Bulgarian’s gang members were president of Moldova Judo Federation, policemen, athletes

Bulgarian’s gang members were president of Moldova Judo Federation, policemen, athletes
Renato Usatii and Gregory Karamalak

Andrey Golban along with his accomplices are suspected of extorting 13 million rubles from a Moscow businessman.

Andrey Golban along with his accomplices are suspected of extorting 13 million rubles from a Moscow businessman.

The criminal case of the gang, headed by criminal authority Gregory Karamalak, is underway. As it became known to Publika.md, within the framework of the case president of the Moldova Judo Federation Andrey Golban, as well as two another members - a former police officer and an athlete were detained in Moldova. Their names have not been specified.

According to some reports, Golban along with his accomplices are suspected of extorting 13 million rubles from a Moscow businessman. It is known that the victim of racketeering was a businessman born in Moldova. He received threats from the gang this summer. According to the Prosecutor's Office for fight with organized crime in Moldova, the suspects set up a watch for the businessman, threatened to him and to his relatives.

Leader of the gang and criminal authority Gregory Karamalak has been previously put on the international wanted list. He is currently hiding in Russia and is a neighbor of notorious Moldovan politician Renato Usatii. Both have connections with the Solntsevskiye criminal gang.

Earlier, in Chisinau former Moldavian Deputy Prosecutor General Andrei Pantea was detained for abuse of power. According to investigators, having no basis, he transferred the case of the Bulgarian to Russia.

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