Moscow shooter was son of Presidential Affairs Department ex-employee
Kirill Lunkov, who shot five people and committed suicide, was the son of the former Head of the Department of Presidential Affairs responsible for the building operation. According to the data basis of the Federal Bailiff Service of the Russian Federation, the shooter owed more than 5 million rubles.
Journalists establish the identity of the Moscow shooter, who on the night of December 26th on 27th wounded three policemen and two employees of public utilities with a gun, and then committed suicide.
According to Moskovsky Komsomolets, 45-year-old Kirill Lunkov perpetrated a massacre on the west of Moscow; he was a son of 77-year-old retiree, who once worked in the Department of Presidential Affairs and was responsible for the building operation.
Moreover, according to the data basis of the Federal Bailiff Service of the Russian Federation, Kirill Lunkov owed a dozen of debts, mainly for administrative violations. The amount of the debt is more than 5 million rubles.
Earlier it was reported that the shooter was suspected of robbery. According to the Moscow Interior Ministry Central Board, the man offered armed resistance during the search operations on Elninskaya Street. Then, he hid into the neighboring apartment, taking a woman hostage. During the combat assault, the shooter killed himself.
The story with the arrest of Igor Vainshtok, creator of famous bifidok, in absentia and his escape is pretty confusing. The company founded by him still remains the largest probiotics producer in Russia and generates multimillion profits – however, somehow it was declared bankrupt. An international warrant has been issued against Vainshtok for non-payment of salaries – while the businessman calls his prosecution an element of the raiding takeover of his company that was already recognized a raidership victim in the past. Concurrently, employees of Partner Joint Stock Company created by Vainshtok claim that he has stolen not only millions of rubles from the base bank of Roscosmos – but, more importantly, the bifidok inventorship. So, whom has Vainshtok fled from?
According to the head of the state-owned company, the Russian business “rebuilt the country,” “restored the collapsed Soviet enterprises,” “returned the salary to the people,” “filled the budget with money.”