Widow of murdered ex-deputy Voronenkov reports unknown broke into her Kiev apartment; she suspects investigator from Moscow
Allegedly, it was he who contributed to the relocation of Maksakova and Voronenkov to Ukraine and provided the couple with a Kiev apartment, where the “invaders” broke into today.
Fifteen people broke into a Kiev apartment, where Maria Maksakova, the ex-Prima of the Mariinsky Theater, lives. They allegedly demand to leave the place where a son of Maksakova with his nanny are living.
On the evening of October 18, Maksakova told about this to the publication Gordonua.com. The nanny reported about a crowd of strangers in the apartment. 15 people allegedly broke the door and demanded them to leave the apartment. The singer is out of the city right now but is going to come to Kiev soon.
She suspects Denis Panaitov, the former head the Investigative Committee’s dept of the Odintsovo district of the Moscow region, in the "seizure" of the apartment. Allegedly, it was he who contributed to the relocation of Maksakova and Voronenkov to Ukraine and provided the couple with an apartment in Kiev, where the “invaders” broke today. The singer transferred her apartment in Moscow to Panaitov in exchange for the Kiev apartment.
“On March 22, 2017, Panaitov became an official owner of my Moscow apartment, and the next day Voronenkov was shot dead. Thus, Panaitov did not fulfill his part of the treaty. I had been insisting for a month and a half that it was he who had the motive for the murder,” Maksakova told. According to her, Kiev initiated a case against Panaitov over a fraud. However, he was not interrogated, so an arrest was put on the apartment.
The investigation into the murder of ex-State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov in Kiev on March 23, 2017 was closed in May 2018. Five citizens of Ukraine and Russia were charged with murder and unlawful possession and use of weapons. Two alleged performers of the crime are in custody. The materials in relation to Russian Vladimir Tyurin, who is considered the organizer, Yuri Vasilenko of Kharkov and citizen of Ukraine Yaroslav Levents are separated into a case: all three were put on the wanted list. Maksakova and Tyurin, known in criminal circles a Tyurik, have common children.
Oleg Zaytsev had wide connections within the criminal world and law enforcement agencies. This is being related to an organized crime group headed by Ruslan Kilievich that had allegedly been patronized by a former Federal Security Service Directorate officer Oleg Natalchenko. The crime group had also been a core driver for almost disbanding the criminal investigation department of the police.