One of detainees in case of Russian Mafia in Spain is manager of AFK Sistema
According to media, he is the head of several projects of the corporation.
One of the detainees in the case of Russian Mafia, who was arrested at the beginning of this week in Spain, Russian citizen Arnold Spivakovsky, appeared to be the manager of AFK Sistema, Dozhd reports with reference to the publication on the website of the charitable organization Russian Children's Fund.
In particular, the published document is signed by Spivakovsky where he calls himself “the manager of projects of AFK Sistema.”
Representatives of the help service of the corporation told the Dozhd correspondent phone number of Spivakovsky’s reception, specifying that the workplace of the head is located at 20, Spiridonovk Street (according to Uniform State Register of Legal Entities, there are Service JSFC LLC and Bezopasnost PSF JSFC).
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, the Spanish Police detained 11 Russians, including the owner of Marbella football club Alexander Grinberg on suspicion of communications with organized criminal groups – Solntsevskaya and Izmaylovskaya. According to the investigators, Russians managed to ‘launder’ about 30 million euros including through the football club.
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