Khromaya Loshad ex-owner left for London without paying off multimillion debts to victims
Probably he was not in the base of the border service.
The former owner of Khromaya Loshad (Lame Horse) club in Perm, Anatoly Zak, who has served his sentence for the fire, left Russia, reports Mestnoye Vremya news agency citing its sources.
“He mentioned that he is now abroad. Namely, in London,” the agency’s interlocutor noted.
The businessman who has multimillion debts to the victims of the fire at Khromaya Loshad managed to go abroad because he “was not in the base of the border service,” the source suggested.
To recap, the 45-year-old owner of Khromaya Loshad club, Anatoly Zak, on September 4, 2018, was released from correctional colony No. 11 in Chelyabinsk pre-term. He was freed from the prison after the new law on recalculation of the term.
As previously reported, the businessman planned to go to Israel to improve his health. Then he was going to return to the Russian Federation to continue the business.
Anatoly Zak was sentenced to 9 years in a penal colony in April 2013. He was convicted under the article of Criminal Code of the Russian Federation on Provision of services that do not meet the requirements of safety of life or health of consumers, resulting in the death of two or more persons by negligence.
The fire at Khromaya Loshad club in Perm took place on December 5, 2009, during the celebration of the eighth anniversary of the establishment. The flame spread through the room after the ignition of pyrotechnics. The accident claimed lives of 156 people.
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