Killer of Tagansky OCG ripped off Moscow government for $5.5k
Marat Yanbukhtin, in addition to the bloody money, received subsidies for having the second group of disabilities, which he does not really have.
For 6 years, the killer of the Tagansky criminal group, Marat Yanbukhtin, managed to impersonate a disabled person. A member of the organized criminal group forged documents and received subsidies and allowances from the city administration, Mash reports via Telegram.
Unexpected facts of the criminal life of Yanbukhtin came to light after his arrest in 2017. It turned out that the killer, whom the investigation considers to be the executor of more than ten murders, in addition to the bloody money, received allowances for the second group of disability, which he does not really have. Thus, according to preliminary data, he caused damage to the budget of Moscow in the amount of 358,000 rubles ($5,600). Whether a criminal case has been initiated on the fact of the scam is not reported.
Recall, Yanbukhtin was arrested in May 2017, but “started talking” only after the arrest of the leaders of the organized criminal group Zhirnokleyev and Rabinovich in early 2019. He told investigators about the circumstances of several murders, in particular, lawyer Vavilina.
It turned out that Yanbukhtin was listed as the founder of OOO Zodchiy-98, whose director was Rabinovich. The company owned a shopping complex on Sukharevskaya Square. Tagansky OCG gave the premises of the complex for rent for long periods. For some they got the money in advance, and sold some others. After the Moscow authorities demolished it, tenants began to demand money back from Tagansky, but they began to artificially bankrupt the company. The interests of the victims were represented by lawyer Natalya Vavilina, who was killed by members of the organized criminal group in April 2017.
The investigation believes that the Tagansky may be involved in more than 20 murders. Most of the victims in this case are the participants of the organized criminal group themselves, who fell under the “clean up” in the early 2000s. Also, those arrested are suspected of eliminating competitors in the criminal world. Also, Tagansky OCG is checked for involvement in the murders of thieves in law Andrey Golubev (Skif), Vyacheslav Ivanov (Yaponchik), Aslan Usoyan (Ded Hasan) and businessman Shabtai Kalmanovich. In addition, members of the organized criminal group are suspected of embezzlement on a large scale (Art. 158 of the Russian Criminal Code) and falsification of evidence (Art. 303).