Tuymen poacher who shot pregnant roes is deprived of United Russia membership
A criminal case has been initiated against Krasnoshtanov.
The membership of Tyumen businessman Vitaly Krasnoshtanov in the United Russia party is suspended. The party made this decision on February 20, URA.RU reported referring to the press service of the party’s regional office.
It was clarified that such a decision was made by the presidium of the Tyumen regional political council of the United Russia party in connection with the initiation of a criminal case under part 2 of Art. 258 against Krasnoshtanov.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, the UR member and three more businessmen from Tyumen had been detained on the territory of the hunting grounds of the Uksyansky and Peschanokoledinsky hunting farms. The police discovered four pregnant females and two males of the Siberian roe deer with gunshot wounds in the trunk of their car. Deer hunting has been closed from December 31, 2018.
It is known that apart from Krasnoshtanov, the passengers of the car were Dmitry Ochirov, Vitaly Makovchuk, and one more person, whose identity is not revealed. At the same time, Novy Den’ refers to him as a “very famous person.”
According to the counterparty checking service Kontr.Fokus, Dmitry Ochirov is the director of Tyumentekhnostroy LLC and Akvamarin yacht club. Vitaly Krasnoshtanov is a member of the political council of United Russia (UR) of the Tyumen region, a member of the Public Chamber, the chairman of the advertising committee of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Tyumen region, the head of the public organization Mir Dobrykh Del, and the founder of the advertising agency Life+ LLC.
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