"Was in touch with thieves in law." Former top manager at FSK Leader arrested for extortion
Until recently, Ivan Metikari, was an adviser to Vladimir Voronin.
Moscow law enforcers arrested Ivan Metikari (Borisov), the former vice president of FSK Leader, on suspicion of extortion. According to Life, the Tverskoy district court will consider a petition of the prosecution to place the top manager in custody on Thursday.
In addition to being a vice president, Metikari was an adviser to the head of FSK, Vladimir Voronin, until recently.
According to investigators, the former vice president extorted 3.5 million rubles ($50.255) from a Moscow businessman. Moreover, in case of refusal, Metikari threatened to kill the entrepreneur and rape his wife.
FSK head Vladimir Voronin
“Metikari could have been in touch with thieves in law,” a law enforcement source in the Moscow region told Life.
FSK Leader is engaged in the construction of residential buildings in Moscow, Moscow region, Leningrad region, Kaluga region and Krasnodar region. The company is one of the ten largest developers in Russia.
Mass protest rallies have been taking place in Moscow on a regular basis since the beginning of this summer. People are protesting for lots of different reasons. However, the reaction of the law enforcement authorities is always the same: repression. What is the reason behind the brutality shown during the dispersion of mass rallies? A conscious intimidation policy or incompetence of law enforcement functionaries escalating the violence and unable to imagine the potential consequences of this?