Sources claim that the court returned the case of the businessman to the prosecutor for a reason - now the investigation, will most likely, requalify the article. Read
Dubki of discord. Rosneft manager accused of attempted raiding takeover of cottage community in Moscow region
Forcible takeovers, smear campaigns, forging documents, property damages, and fraudulent elections – the intensity of emotions in a small cottage community located in the Chekhov district of the Moscow region resembles a rebellion in a banana republic. The CrimeRussia performed an inquiry into the 14-year-long battle fought by the residents of Dubki+ (Oaks+) cottage noncommercial partnership.
The Nizhny Novgorod lawyer demands to return him 250 thousand rubles ($4.4 thousand), spent by him during the operational experiment of the FSB. The siloviki say that all this is aimed at discrediting the investigators of the Investigative Committee of Russia (ICR).
A wave of parking lots seizure was accompanied by the burning of cars, mass fights, and threats to the owners. It has become known that the same commercial organization is responsible for over 300 forcible takeovers.
Investigators from the ICR Investigations Directorate have previously charged the former deputy, hiding in Ukraine, in absentia with the criminal case of the illegal seizure of a building back in 2011.
Wresting Providencia away. Deputy Attorney General of Cyprus involved into raiding takeover of elite settlement
Rikkos Erotokritou, the ex-Deputy Attorney General of the Republic of Cyprus, and prominent lawyers from Andreas Neocleous & Co. LLC have become the main suspects in a criminal case related to the attempted raiding takeover of an elite cottage community located on Pyatnitskoe highway. At the first glance, this seems absurd: where is Krasnogorsk and where is Cyprus? The CrimeRussia studied the links between Rosinka (Dewdrop) settlement near Moscow and the Attorney General’s Office of the island state.
After a lengthy litigation, the St. Petersburg Filmmakers Union ceased its activities and has been recognized a bankrupt. This court verdict was a result of operations of a company linked with billionaire Mikhail Mirilashvili, a prominent Russian businessman, owner of a casino chain, and raider known in the criminal world as ‘Misha Kutaissky’. The CrimeRussia has investigated the role of Mikhail Mirilashvili in the bankruptcy of the St. Petersburg Filmmakers Union, which used to unite 800 moviemakers.
|General marginalization of the population amid deteriorating of socio-economic and political situation in the country|
|Propaganda of violence in the media|
|Influence of the West (similar incidents in the US schools)|
|Influence of the criminal subculture (AUE)|
|Low professional level of law enforcement|