Sechin’s ex-wife-related resort: Two shootouts in two months
It turned out that there was another shootout in the Kashirskie Rodnichki health resort two months ago.
RBC reports on the previous shootout in the Kashirskie Rodnichki health resort citing local residents and parties to the conflict. An employee of the resort anonymously told that last time, the shooting and fighting took place on July 14. This was confirmed by residents of Maloe Kropotovo gardeners' non-commercial partnership, situated near the health resort. One of the local residents said that the Kashirskie Rodnichki owners "settle disputes with the help of armed private security company units."
To recall, September 15, 70 people infiltrated the resort. They included former resort director Guzeev and officers from the Rus private security company. They opened fire on the security staff of the health resort.
According to Executive Director of the resort, Tatyana Romanova, victims of the attack include not only the resort guards, but also holidaymakers. As a result, 16 people were injured, six of them were in serious condition. Romanova and the private security company that supported her were expelled from the territory of the Kashirskie Rodnichki.
The manager of Kashirskie Rodnichki accused Yury Shulgin and Eldar Osmanov – that appear as the co-owners of RKB-Energiya LLC and representatives of the managing company Roskommunenergo JSC according to the SPARK (Professional Market and Company Analysis System) database – of staging the seizure, since they also own the health resort among other shareholders.
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