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Whose law enforcement ‘cover’ is better? Stavropol entrepreneurs divide business of slain Head of Rosneft
Aleksander Chernukhin, ex-Head of Rosneft Stavropol’e, left behind a massive and secretive business empire. He was killed over assets and bank accounts with large amounts of money nominally belonging to third parties. Four years after the murder of Chernukhin, the inheritors still continue dividing his legacy and sometimes lay hands on assets he had never owned officially. After exchanging threats, the conflicting parties decided to gain support of law enforcement structures.
The sister of Evgeny Lazarevich, former manager of the Kemerovo mine Koksovaya-2, appealed to the Chairman of ICR Alexander Bastrykin with a request to take the case of her brother, who disappeared two years ago, to the central apparatus of the department. Anna Lazarevich believes that her brother was a victim of raiders, among whom there were some of the defendants in the case of seizure of the Inskoy section. The CrimeRussia decided to figure out who the mine manager could testify on and who of those involved in the situation around Koksovaya-2 is still at large today.
The dispute for Karat Fishery Holding between Aleksander Tugushev, ex-Deputy Head of the Federal Fishery Agency, and fishery magnate Vitaly Orlov has recently taken on a new twist – and not for the benefit of Orlov. In the worst case scenario, the billionaire may not only lose a portion of his fortune, but also be criminally charged.
Relatives of Voronenkov, shot to death in March 2017 in Kiev, have been charged with illegal seizure. The ICR had offered them to terminate the case on non-exculpatory grounds, but the family of the deceased MP had refused.
Among his accomplices are a lawyer, who presented himself as the plenipotentiary of the self-proclaimed republic in the International Criminal Court with the United Nations, and an entrepreneur, already serving a sentence for attempting to seize a building.