Son of Khabarovsk ex-Governor arrested in severe beating of father-in-law
Dmitry Ishaev, the father of the notorious reckless driver Igor Ishaev, is an entrepreneur with a rather controversial reputation, and a former advisor to Rosneft, whose business is mainly related to the processing and trade of oil and oil products. Dmitry Ishaev has repeatedly become involved in criminal incidents.
Khabarovsk law enforcement officers detained Dmitry Ishaev, a businessman of 43 and the son of Viktor Ishaev, former Development Minister for the Far East, Presidential Envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District, a former Governor of the Khabarovsk Region.
As reported by REN TV, Dmitry Ishaev severely beat his 60-year-old father-in-law. The cause of the quarrel has not been reported, but Dmitry did inflict serious injuries to the elderly man, who has been hospitalized and is currently guarded by a convoy battalion.
Dmitry Ishaev was detained under Art. 91 of the Criminal Code. His father, Viktor Ishaev, declined to comment on his son’s detention to the TV channel.
It should be noted that Dmitry Ishaev is a businessman with a rather controversial reputation known since the 1990s and a former advisor to Rosneft, whose business is mainly related to the processing and trade of oil and oil products. In the late 90's, he was rumored to have close ties with the Far Eastern criminal enterprise Obshchak, as well as friendship and business partnership with one of its leaders, Yuri Maslennikov aka Krab.
In addition, Dmitry Ishaev has repeatedly become involved in outrageous incidents and criminal cases, which ended up terminated with little publicity. At the age of 24, he batted a lieutenant-colonel of internal forces and walked around Vladivostok with a false certificate of the region's vice-governor; in 2009, Alexandra Gashilova, 18, who Dmitry Ishaev had been living with, fell out of a window under mysterious circumstances, him being in the apartment at the time.
In 2016, his wife Olga, co-owner of the children's entertainment center Mowgli, was found dead in her Moscow apartment. Later, her son Igor Ishaev reported that she had died in an electrical wiring accident.
Note that Dmitry Ishaev, the son of Olga and Dmitry and the ex-Governor’s grandson is the father of Igor Ishaev, the notorious reckless driver, one of the swanky ones from the company of Mara Bagdasaryan and Ruslan Shamsuarov. He had a serious accident at the Moscow Ring Road in March 2017 while driving his Mercedes-Benz and hitting three other cars, with miraculously no dead people. However, Murad Balakerimov, who was Ishayev’s passenger that day, Mara Bagdasaryan’s friend and the son of Lazer Balakerimov (the owner of the New Moscow markets), got open fractures of both legs.
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