Investigative Committee began check of case of Marina Sechina’s partner survived after attempt
The investigation assumes that partners of Alim Daduyev could have ‘ordered’ the attempt.
The Investigative Committee of Russia checks business contacts of businessman Alim Daduyev, the attempt at whom was made the day before, RBC with reference to sources reports.
In particular, the investigation will check the activity of the companies connected with Daduyev’s business partners - Igor Sechin's ex-spouse Marina Sechina, co-owner of Mosuralbank Eldar Osmanov and Yury Shulgin. “Investigators do not exclude that his business partners can be involved in the attempt at Daduyev”, interlocutor of the portal said. He specified that according to the case papers, Daduyev is a co-owner and CEO of the LLC EPM-Holding company.
It is remarkable that according to SPARK-Interfax, Alim Daduyev is a co-owner of the LLC EPM-Holding company together with LLC RKB-ENERGIYA, which partially belongs to LLC Consortium Energopromfinance of Marina Sechina. At the same time, LLC EPM-Holding and LLC Consortium Energopromfinance are co-owners of LLC Sanatorium Kashirskiye rodnichki because of which, according to one of the versions, the attempt was made - on September 15 in the mentioned sanatorium there was a firefight connected with the conflict of owners of this enterprise.
As the CrimeRussia wrote, the attempt at Alim Daduyev was made on Vernadsky Avenue on September 19. The businessman was shot by unknown persons when he was in his car. Later he was hospitalized in Institute of Sklifosovsky. The criminal case was initiated according to Art. 30 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (attempted murder).
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