Some kind of work. Pichuga's interests to be represented by Ulyukaev and Maksimenko lawyer
About the detention of one of the most authoritative Slavic thief in law the press service of the ICR in the Komi Republic reported on February 18.
The lawyer defending in the courts Economic Development Minister Alexey Ulyukaev, as well as Head of the Main Directorate of inter-agency cooperation and private security of the ICR Mikhail Maksimenko acts for kingpin Yuri Pichugin, known in the criminal world aka Pichuga. Rosbalt reports with reference to a source.
Recall, about the detention of one of the most authoritative Slavic thief in law the press service of the ICR in the Komi Republic reported on February 18. Along with him there were detained seven members of organized crime group, which, according to investigators, was led by the thief in law. Pichuga was detained in Moscow, his associates - in Syktyvkar and Pyatigorsk. The detainees are suspected of Establishment a Criminal Organization and Participation in it, as well as the Illegal Acquisition, Transfer, Transport and Storage of Firearms (Art. 210, 222 of the Criminal Code). During searches at Pichuga’s OCG members' apartments there were found and seized weapons caches.
According to investigators, the Pichugin's OCG was operating in the Komi Republic since 1994. Gang members, consisted of former athletes, special forces and law enforcement agencies officers, patronized entrepreneurs and were engaged in other illegal activities. In the 2000s, bandits laundered money through legitimate business: catering, entertainment and services, passenger transport, timber harvesting.
Recall, according to CrimeRussia, thief in law Yuri Pichugin was called one of the main candidates for the throne of arrested in the summer of 2016 thief №1 Zachar Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy).
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