Mamaev’s father put on wanted list for robbery
The media found out that Pavel Mamaev’s father and pluralistically his agent used to face legal problems.
Konstantin Mamaev, a father and an agent of the footballer Pavel Mamaev who’s in the news after a scuffle in the center of Moscow, was put on the federal wanted list in 1990s.
According to 112 Telegram channel, Mamaev Sr. was connected to the investigation related to the case on robbery. He is indicated as “a party absconding during the investigation” in the case papers. And more importantly, early in life, he was convicted of burglary. No other details are provided by the channel.
Earlier, Mutko protiv Telegram channel posted an audio of the Mamaev Sr. Conversation where he was acquitting his son.
Interspersing his speech with many curse words, he was saying that no one should give a damn as to how a person spends his holiday. He says it’s a shame for everyone who made a fuss about it, because they are ready “to stab in the back” while it’s just a wrongdoing of “an ordinary Russian guy who earns money.”
Let us recall that Kokorin and Mamaev attacked Russia’s Channel One TV-host’s driver, as well as a Minpromtorg’s (Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation) official. It is known that FC Krasnodar decided to tear up a contract with Mamaev following the incident. FC Zenit is leaning toward the same decision.
Moreover, two criminal cases were initiated under the article ‘Battery’ (article 116 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) that were subsequently recategorized as ‘Disorderly conduct’. The investigation is being carried out by the Main Investigations Directorate of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation in Moscow.
It concerns entrepreneur Dmitry Motorin, Boris Usherovich, a co-owner of the Group of Companies 1520, and Novoe Vremya board member, Ivan Stankevich. Motorin is accused of giving a bribe on an especially large scale, and Stankevich and Usherovich are charged with bribe-taking.
This week, the judicial debates in the trial of Vladimir Barsukov-Kumarin charged with creation of Tambovskie organized criminal group have been finished in the Kuibyshevsky District Court of St. Petersburg. If the court upholds the stance of the state prosecution, the once-influential criminal ‘authority’ may be convicted to almost 25 years behind bars. In reality, this translates into a life term for the legend of criminal St. Petersburg.