Aleksander Tugushev is not the first business partner of Vitaly Orlov, owner of Norebo Holding, who has ended up in jail as a result of their joint affairs. Murmansk fishery magnate Yuri Tuzov has likely fallen victim to Orlov's unbounded ambitions as well. Read
Aleksander Tugushev is not the first business partner of Vitaly Orlov, owner of Norebo Holding, who has ended up in jail as a result of their joint affairs. Murmansk fishery magnate Yuri Tuzov has likely fallen victim to Orlov's unbounded ambitions as well.
Vyacheslav Yulik has been on the international wanted list for several years. In summer 2018, he was detained in Turkey and extradited to Russia. The court took into account Yulik's involvement in military operations, as well as his reward.
Rolan Gagoev, accused of swindling in respect of producer Yury Glotser’s family, has admitted his guilt and made a plea agreement with the Prosecutor's Office. His testimony gave the injured party hope to bring the fraud's paymasters to justice.
A month ago, in an appeal statement, the Prosecutor General’s Office pointed out that the court had been artificially protracting the terms of proceedings. The statute of limitations for the crimes committed by the alleged leaders of an OCG is 15 years, and therefore they can evade responsibility in 2020.
October 28, Vladimir Putin proposed to tighten the punishment for the takeover or destruction of business by law enforcers. It is proposed to increase the maximum liability under Art. 299 of the Russian Criminal Code (Knowingly Bringing an Innocent Person to Criminal Liability) to 10 years. The president admitted that raiders often act with the support of the siloviki. The example of once-successful Tomsk businessman Oleg Fedoseev proves this. He has suffered from a multi-move raider attack, lost his business worth at least 700 million rubles ($11.8 million), and has yet to see justice rendered neither within legal nor within public framework for 10 years now. How does the support of security officials guarantee the perpetrators of illegal seizures complete impunity?
A conflict broke out between the ex-spouse of the head of Rosneft, Marina Sechina, and her business partners. Without losing time on negotiations, they immediately switched to armed fighting. The Kashirskiye Rodnichki health resort became both a bone of contention and the battlefield. What is hidden behind the illegal seizure of the resort near Moscow?
One of the main masterminds behind major embezzlements during the construction of Zenit Arena Stadium – ex-Vice Governor of St. Petersburg Marat Oganesyan – is currently under investigation. The CrimeRussia found out that the official could be involved into another scam pertaining to the construction of a residential complex in the Kurortny district of St. Petersburg. Similarly with any other fraud scheme, this scam involves high-ranked patrons, corrupt law enforcement officials, and friends of ‘godfather’ of St. Petersburg Vladimir Barsukov-Kumarin. See details in our exclusive material.
Coffee wars. Anvar Piriev accused of bribing enforcement authorities and raiding takeover of coffee business
The confrontation between Evgeny Mikhienko, Director of Novosibirsk-based Traveler’s Coffee, and Anvar Piriev, cofounder of the coffee shop chain, has escalated to another level. Following a criminal complaint from Piriev claiming that his brand was illegally alienated, the Moscow police has initiated a swindling criminal case and conducted searches in the Novosibirsk office and residences of the company managers. Mikhienko, in turn, has submitted a letter to Alexander Bastyrkin, Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (ICR), describing the abuses committed by operatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of the Russian Federation allegedly assisting Piriev in the raiding takeover of the popular coffee chain.
|Pension money was spent on other purposes|
|A social gap in the number of the retired and the working people|
|To follow the European practice|
|Increase in the number of ‘early retirees’ (military, security forces)|
|People want to work longer|
|A huge number of people working in the ‘grey’ zone|