Photos of Kresty-2 general contractor owner's mansion
The media have come into possession of pictures of GSK Head Viktor Kudrin's luxurious mansion. It was this place that was raided by the FSB the other day.
Pictures of the mansion owned by Head of GSK Viktor Kudrin and located in Yukki, Vsevolozhsky district, Leningrad region, have been leaked by 47news.
According to the news portal, it was this mansion that the FSB raided as part of the criminal case of embezzlement during the construction of Novye Kresty.
As the portal notes, the house is located on Zelenaya Street. Judging from the photos, the company head and the general contractor of Novye Kresty construction is accustomed to comfort – the convenient location of the pool allows you to immediately sit down at the dinner table after a water exercise, and then take a walk on the terrace with elements of classical decoration or go down into a spacious park in the courtyard.
As previously reported by the CrimeRussia, a criminal case on the grounds of an offense under part 4 of Art. 160 of the Russian Criminal Code (Embezzlement) had been initiated against the former Director General of GSK OJSC Viktor Kudrin.
According to the investigation, the General Administration of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region and GSK OJSC concluded a state contract and supplementary agreements thereto for the period from 2007 to 2015 on the construction of a detention center in the town of Kolpino. The customer transferred to GSK’s settlement accounts more than 12 billion rubles ($209 million) as a payment for works in the terms stipulated by the contract.
However, as reported on the website of the ICR Main Investigations Directorate in St. Petersburg, after violating the terms of the contract, Viktor Kudrin did not provide for execution of the work in full, and embezzled 56.5 million rubles ($987,450).
The 55-year-old spouses Shevchenko and their 29-year-old son were engaged in construction business and trade in jewelry. In addition to the criminal redistribution of business, the investigation does not rule out robbery.
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