Raider avoids prison term thanks to his Medal of Honor
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.
The Leninsky District Court of Chelyabinsk sentenced the famous raider of South Ural, Vyacheslav Yulik, to 3 years' probation on fraud charges.
According to AIF-Chelyabinsk, the court found Yulik guilty under Part 4 of Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation for a raider seizure of the Chebarkul Crane Plant in 2010. However, the court took into account the fact that he took part in military operations and was awarded a medal "For Honor". The prosecution asked 3 years of imprisonment for the defendant and has already declared its intention to appeal the verdict, which has not yet entered into legal force.
According to the materials of the criminal case, in February 2010, twin brothers Maxim and Vyacheslav Yuliks, who owned 38% of LLC UralKrAZ (Chebarkulsky Crane Plant), provided inaccurate information about an increase of the authorized capital from 10 thousand rubles to 310 thousand rubles due to a contribution of one of the brothers, who, according to the same protocol, was included in the founders. As a result, a share in the authorized capital of another founder Valery Oreshkin fell from 60% to 1.94%, and the brothers seized the plant, gaining control over 96% of the authorized capital. Subsequently, the assets of the plant were sold, and the enterprise was eliminated.In December 2015, the court sentenced Maxim Yulik to 5 years in a general-regime colony. In 2017, he left the colony. Vyacheslav Yulik declared wanted and was hiding in Israel. In July 2018, he was detained in Turkey and later extradited to Russia.
In 2003, the killer and his accomplice shot mob Merab Tabagua and the shot callers Alexey Kryukov and Ivan Zankevich from the Kalashnikov rifle near the Apelsin cafe in the Sovetsky district of Bryansk.