Spain will deliver mafia boss Gennady Petrov’s villa into possession of an orphanage
The villa was distrained during the “Russian mafia” criminal case investigation.
It was transpired that the Spanish Prosecutor's Office begins to prepare documents for the deliver the mansion of the Russian citizen Gennady Petrov to national social services. The real estate item owned by the "criminal boss" of the "Russian mafia" in Spain had previously been arrested under the case of money laundering. Now the authorities of the Kingdom plan to place mentally-retarded children in the villa. Gennady Petrov was arrested in Spain in the summer of 2008. He and several other detained Russians, among whom there were Leonid Khristoforov, Alexander Malyshev, Vitaly Izgilov and others, in addition to the money laundering, were charged with arms trafficking, contract killings, extortion, supply of drugs, forgery, smuggling of cobalt and tobacco.
Overall, in the case of the "Russian mafia", the Kingdom’s court brought charges against 26 citizens of Russia and Spain. Later, many persons of interest have been released on bail.
In January of this year, they were to appear before the court of the Kingdom. In early May, a judge of the Central Investigative Court No. 5 Jose De la Mata Amaya issued an international warrant for the arrest of 12 Russians who did not make it to Madrid. The date of the hearing for the high-profile case of the "Russian mafia" is not known yet.
Once-successful banker Dmitry Ananiev is now successfully fighting against VIP shareholders of Promsvyazbank in the London High Court of Justice. The court has lifted the conservatory attachments earlier imposed on assets of brothers Ananiev following a motion brought by the plaintiffs. According to some information, the judge has made this decision after the banker’s revelations about money laundering schemes used in Russia by his clients, partners, and acquaintances. Why is Dmitry Ananiev taking revenge on his former colleagues and ‘high patrons’?
The investigators found two rifles, including one with an optical sight, seven thousand cartridges, 14 improvised explosive devices, ten grenades, 140 detonators, a rocket-propelled grenade and 14 rounds in the unfinished building.