Perm gangster-businessman Prokop on wanted list for murder
Oleg Lomakin had served a prison time for the murder of Neftekhimik CEO.
The Perm police have issued a red notice for Oleg Lomakin (Prokop), a gangster-businessman of 50, suspecting he had committed a serious crime. The Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Perm region is looking for two more suspects: Ildar Almazov, 30, and Dmitry Krainov, 48. The exact Criminal Code article was not specified, but the men are suspected of having committed a murder in the Motovilikha district of Perm, according to Kommersant. The sources did not say the name of the victim, and we only know that initially the man was considered missing. The case is investigated by department 1 of the administration for the most important criminal cases of Perm Investigative Committee.
The gangster-businessman known as Prokop was condemned in 1995 for the murder of Neftekhimik CEO Yevgeny Panteleimonov. The case got a public outcry. Lomakin initially testified against Dmitry Rybolovlev, a famous businessman and the owner of Uralkali, but then stated that he had perjured him. Oleg Lomakin was sentenced to 15 years of imprisonment in 1997, and Dmitry Rybolovlev was acquitted by the court. Prokop was released on parole in 2009.
We should point out that Lomakin kept his one-third share in Zapadno-Uralskaya Khimicheskaya Kompaaniya all those years, the company being the main shareholder of AKB Ecoprombank until 2014, when the bank failed together with its clients’ money, and its license was revoked.
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