Shakro Molodoy’s acquaintance is put on wanted list whereas his defense asks to let off thief in law
The court at this moment is deciding on the pre-trial restriction in respect of Zakhary Kalashov accused of extortion.
His alleged accomplice Fatima Misikova (a.k.a. Fatima Mishikatti) was put on the wanted list in absentia. About this in the court today said the investigator who insists on Shakro’s arrest. He suggests that the mafia boss can escape from the investigation. At the same time Shakro’s lawyers point out that the defendant has no place to hide since he is on the international wanted list. Besides, the defense insists that there is not enough evidence of Kalashov’s guilt in the crime incriminated to him.
It is to be recalled that Zakhar Kalashov was accused of extortion (p. 3 of Art. 163 of the Criminal Code) for shootouts in the restaurant Elements in the center of Moscow in December 2015. Then, the criminals demanded about 9 million rubles from the owner of the Elements restaurant Joanna Kim. Ostensibly, it was the debt to the designer Fatima Misikova, to whom the restaurant did not pay for her work. The employees of the private security company (controlled by Shakro Molodoy), headed by Andrei Kochuykov (Italian) asked to return the money or to give the entire restaurant. A scuffle emerged which escalated into a gunfight. Two people were killed, several were hospitalized.
Kalashov’s lawyer Aleksandr Gofshtein also noted that witnesses’ testimonies about Shakro’s involvement in the conflict are contradictory. "If someone says, "I'm from such and such", it is grounds for arrest, this information is not verified", said the lawyer Gofshtein.
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