Witness in case of ex-Governor Belykh accused of seizing plywood mill
NLK CEO Ruslan Tsukanov allegedly took possession of an expensive land plot with the help of a hired private security company, and then the waste paper recycling plant on it.
Head of the Novovyatsky timber processing plant (NLK) Ruslan Tsukanov was accused by investigators of raiding in collusion with NLK representative Sergey Martynov and bankruptcy trustee Ilya Ogorodnikov. The Basmanny Court of Moscow arrested all three last Friday, Kommersant reports.
According to investigators, the defendants first seized a land plot of the Sokolsky plywood mill in the village of Murygino, Kirov region, costing more than 9 million rubles, and then the waste paper processing and printing shops on it. On November 16, 2018, hired private security firm broke into the plant and, threatening with reprisal, occupied the premises. Real estate was registered on the Property Complex CBF.
Tsukanov was a witness in the case of Belykh, the former Head of the Kirov region, he spoke about the contacts of the ex-Governor with alleged briber Yuri Zudhaymer. Belykh was convicted of bribery for eight years in a strict regime colony.