Renato Usatii is serial raider
The scandalous politician controls Chisinau shopping center Elat.
The amount of seized assets on his account is still an open chapter. It is possible that in the near future we will witness the initiation of new proceedings against Usatii.
The scandalous Moldovan politician Renato Usatii, a defendant in the case of German Gorbuntsov’s Universal-Bank take-over, appears to be involved in another raid scandal. As reported by Publika.md citing a blogger Vyacheslav Balakchi, the Mayor of the Moldovan city of Balti controls Elat shopping center, located in Chisinau. According to the news outlet, Usatii has grabbed the shopping center’s assets by a raider attack via front person.
Usatii’s authorized person Stanislav Rogulsky, the retired Colonel of Information and Security Service of Moldova and current Head of Renato’s Security Service, is the direct manager of the shopping center; he has the status of Elat’s temporary administrator. It is noted that Rogulsky can be seen on most public appearances of the Balti Mayor.
The amount of seized assets on the account of Renato Usatii is still an open chapter. It is possible that in the near future we will witness the initiation of new proceedings against the scandalous politician.
The CrimeRussia has earlier reported that by the decision of the Moldovan District Court, the leader of the Moldovan Party, the Balti Mayor and businessman working in the field of Russian Railways supplies, had been declared wanted by Interpol. Usatii is accused of swindling with the shares of Universal-Bank and organization of assassination attempt on Russian banker German Gorbuntsov in London.
Currently, Usatii is hiding from the Moldovan justice in Russia. According to him, thanks to the Russian citizenship, extradition is excluded. However, certain information indicates that Usatii has renounced his Russian citizenship to qualify for the post of President of Moldova.
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