Illegal undertaker that earned $198 thousand in several months rounded up in Moscow
A man worked in a morgue at hospital.
A man suspected of providing illegal ritual services in one of the capital's morgues has been detained in Moscow, said the official representative of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs, Irina Volk.
The detainee, together with accomplices, provided ritual services without registering a legal entity, using banking information and stamps of organizations whose activities have been discontinued to date.
The police are conducting a preliminary investigation of a criminal case under the article Illegal Entrepreneurship (part 2 of Art. 171 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The illegal undertaker was released on his own recognizance.
The man is reported to have worked in one of the morgues at hospital. According to the records seized during the search, he has earned over 13 million rubles ($198 thousand) in several months of 2018.
September 10 is the day when State Duma deputies return from summer vacation to the building on Okhotny Ryad. Among them is the hero of our previous investigation, the ‘Steel King of the South of Russia,’ Ivan Ivanovich Demchenko. The owner of the Abinsky Electrometallurgical Plant, which withdraws the profits of companies under its control to the accounts of foreign offshore companies, will once again start working as part of the Duma committee on regulations – it is an unchallenging job, necessary for parliamentary immunity of the deputy and his vast business, which brings billions of rubles annually.