Colonel accused of ties with Zakonovskie OCG is deprived of registration in Samara FSB building
Former Deputy Head of the Economic Security Service of the FSB Directorate in the Samara region, Colonel Sergey Gudovany, who is suspected of bribe-taking and ties with Zakonovskie OCG, has been deprived of his registration.
As reported by Komsomolskaya Pravda-Samara, the colonel has been stripped of registration at 24 Pionerskaya Street, where the FSB Directorate in the Samara region is located.
The Samara District Court heard the civil action of the Samara FSB Directorate against its former employee on November 22. The Directorate requested to deprive him of the right to registration at the place of service.
The fact is that in Samara, Sergey Gudovany served under the contract and was registered in the building of the regional department of the FSB, because he was waiting for service housing.
However, in April 2018, Colonel Gudovany and his colleague, Head of the Department “M” of the FSB Directorate, as well as Colonel Pavel Chermashentsev were detained red-handed while receiving a bribe in the amount of 1.5 million rubles ($22,650). 84 million rubles ($12,684) were seized in Gudovany's workplace. As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, the arrested officers are also suspected of having links with the Zakonovskie organized crime group.
May 17, 2018, Gudovany was dismissed from the FSB, and now the regional government has decided to finally severe ties with him, depriving him of registration. At the moment, Sergey Gudovany is in a pre-trial detention center.
Redistribution on Ai-Petri plateau: demolition of facilities worth 1 billion, no compensation, and arm of Sberbank
One and a half years after the demolition of Tatar cafes on the Ai-Petri plateau, their owners are trying to sue the promised compensation from the Crimean government, but to no avail: the courts make decisions not in favor of them. They did not get the promised new land for business either. And all because in May 2017 a banal replotting and destruction of a cluster of small and medium-sized businesses was carried out on Ai-Petri. But cafes and retail outlets still function there: also with a national flavor, but different already. The CrimeRussia tried to figure out who and why demolished some joints for the sake of building by others, and how in the near future they plan to use the mountain pearl.
Earlier, it was reported that the head of the Shali district of Chechnya, Turpal-Ali Ibragimov, Ramzan Kadyrov’s cousin, was responsible for the accident with two dead. Now the republican MIA officially declares that Ibragimov’s second cousin was driving.