Transbaikalian authority Borisena jailed for 25 years
The leader of the gang was found guilty of robbery and complicity in the murder. His accomplices, among whom there is an ex-policeman, will go to jail for a term of 3 to 12 years.
Earlier, condemned Transbaikalian authority Nikolay Borisenko, known in the criminal world under the nickname of Borisena, was sentenced to another verdict. The Regional Court found him guilty of Robbery (part 4 of Article 162 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), Illegal Storage of Weapons (part 1 of Article 222 of the Criminal Code) and Complicity in Murder (part 2 of Article 105 of the Criminal Code). The authority was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment with serving the first 10 years in prison, and then - in a special regime colony.
Together with Borisenko, four members of his gang were convicted: ex-policeman Vladimir Kolobov, Kirill Volkov, Sergey Fedoreev and Roman Nozdrin. Kolobov was charged with Robbery, committed with causing grave harm to the health of the victim (part 4 of Article 162 of the Criminal Code). The next 18 years he will spend in a colony of strict regime. The remaining three members of the group were accused of a particularly large scale Robbery (part 3 of Article 161 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). Volkov was given 12 years in a strict regime colony, Fedoreev was 11 years old, and Nozdrin got off with three years in a general regime colony.
Borisenko and his accomplices were tried for the crime they committed in September 2005. The bandits raided the Mekhkolonna-142 base at ZBSM-142 LLC, which was building the Chita-Khabarovsk highway. Criminals on the night of 9 to 10 September attacked two guardians of the base, the men were severely beaten and threatened with murder. Members of the gang of Borisen stole a truck crane, a watch, 600 liters of diesel fuel and a diesel power plant. The sum of the stolen was estimated at 2.3 million rubles ($38.200).
In addition, the court found Nikolay Borisenko inciting the murder of witness Alexander Zakharchenko, who testified against him. The fact is that Zakharchenko witnessed how Borisenko killed one of the drunken men who caroled on the eve of Christmas 2007. According to the investigation, a company of caroliers knocked at the door of the authority's apartment. After a verbal skirmish in one of the men, Borisenko fired a service pistol (he was listed as a security guard for carrying a gun). To law enforcement officers, who arrived at the place of the accident, Borisen stated that he acted in the framework of self-defense, but the witness of the incident Zakharchenko denied his version. Then the authority decided to eliminate the witness. He attracted two killers Anatoly Zinin, known by the nickname Zina, and Vladimir Igoshin, nicknamed Utyug. Zina and Utyug tracked down the victim and killed him from the Makarov pistol in the garage box of the cooperative.
Note that the killers Zinin and Igoshin were sentenced to 25 years of imprisonment for a series of crimes.
Recall also that in December 2014 Nikolay Borisenko was condemned by the Trans-Baikal Regional Court for criminal episodes committed by his gang of black realtors and sentenced to 24 years of imprisonment.
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