Two businessmen put on international wanted list in Shestun case
The houses of the defendants have been searched; the court has distrained seven plots of land belonging to one of them.
Former Head of Bolshevik village administration and Director General of Bravo building stores Boris Krivodubsky and entrepreneur Sergey Samsonov have been put on the international wanted list as part of the criminal case against ex-Head of the Serpukhov district Aleksandr Shestun. Law enforcers have searched the houses of the former official's alleged accomplices. This is reported by Moscow region media source Chernovik.
RBC found out that the Basmanny Court of Moscow has distrained seven land plots of Krivodubsky. The aforementioned defendants had already been put on the wanted list, but only the federal one. According to the investigation, in 2008, Shestun illegally transferred 10.3 hectares worth 62 million rubles ($939,630) to Samsonov’s Tsentr LLC. In late 2010, Samsonov and Acting Head of the Serpukhov district Sergey Sokolov terminated the land lease agreements issued by Shestun.
As reported by Smitanka, Shestun leased about 17 hectares of municipal land in Drakino for 49 years to Pavel Bespalov for a token fee of 8.8 thousand rubles ($133). It was Shestun’s ex-deputy Irina Filatova who signed all the documents. As of November 14, 2018, the cadastral value of the land was more than 104 million rubles ($1.57 million). Now the site is divided into many small lots with houses and cottages.