Accused of raiding and contract killings businessman Mikhail Krishiyan faced trial
In St. Petersburg the Leninsky district court began hearings on merits of the case against businessman Mikhail Krishiyan accused of JSC Strotel’s despoliation.
According to of the criminal case materials, Krishiyan's accomplices forcibly seized the building of the company 5 years ago, illegally deprived of liberty the businessman Alexander Logodenko and then planted a gun in his office.
After the criminal case initiation on the JSC Stroitel’s despoliation Krishiyan was declared on the international wanted list by the MID ICR in St. Petersburg, and then fled to Baltics, where he tried to get political asylum in Estonia, but in September 2015 he was extradited to Russia.
At the present time, in relation to Mikhail Krishiyan the ICR is carring out the investigation into the murders of the Pulkovo-3 owner Mikhail Karachev and the merchant Alexey Volnukhin in October 2010.
The investigation believes that killings were ordered. According to the investigation data, the customer of both murders was Mikhail Krishiyan.
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