On prison’s bed as though in Canaries. ‘Tsapkovsky’ killer Tsepovyaz eats red caviar, and barbecues in maximum security facility
Moreover, the convicted has a mobile phone and an access to the Internet. He is persevere in his attempts to win a business assets’ payout against his wife.
Member of Tsapka organized criminal group Viacheslav Tsepovyaz sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment enjoys his time in a correctional facility in Amur region. The inmate eats better than many Russians out of prison. Thus, the pictures that appeared on the web reveal that the convicted prepares barbecue, eats crab meat, and red caviar.
“It took about 3 million rubles ($45.4 thousand) annually to support my ex-husband in prison. I transferred money to him.” Tsepovyaz’s ex-wife Natalia Trishnya told Komsomolskaya pravda. “We did communicated over the phone, he called me, sent his bank accounts’ numbers I was supposed to transfer money to. Thus, there was an intermediary in Amur region who purchased food for him, summoned a dentist for him. The intermediary was paid quite well.”
Aside from the varied menu, Tsepovyaz had an access to mobile communications and the Internet. Some pictures reveal him wearing a prison uniform - talking on the phone or keeping a smartphone in his hands. The convicted tackles his problems in Krasnodar region with the help of the mobile phone. Kuntsevsky district court is considering three claims from Viacheslav Tsepovyaz at the same time. He’s trying to collect money from Slava Kubani enterprise that - via an agreement of marriage - had been given to his ex-wife, as well as rental payments for land properties worth of 9 million rubles ($136.4 thousand), 300 million rubles ($4.5 million), and 600 million rubles ($9 million). Moreover, he’s requesting to seize the whole enterprise. According to the locals, in case he wins in court, Tsepovyaz is going to buy freedom using this money.
Earlier, the convicted had attempted to win against his ex-wife, however in July, 2018, the court denied the request of the member of the organized crime group Tsapka to carry out the dissolution of marriage. Thus, the court found his ex-wife had a right to the matrimonial properties. Natalia obtained 100% of OOO OPKh Slava Kubani agribusiness holding company, and a restaurant company OOO Sozvezdie, as well as agricultural land properties with an area of 4.3 hectares.
In 2013, Viacheslav Tsepovyaz was sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment on charges of involving in multiple murders, robberies, rape abuse, thefts, and other crimes committed by the organized crime group Tsapkovskie. The gang’s leader Sergey Tsapok was given a life sentence to be served in a colony. He died in his remand prison’s cell in June, 2014.