Cocaine contrabandist Moloko extradited from France to Russia
French authorities removed Russian citizen Stanislav Moloko, accused of contraband of not less than 10 kilograms of cocaine, from the country under the request of the Prosecutor General.
As Interfax reports with reference to an official representative of supervisory department of Aleksander Kurennoy, in 1997, Moloko entered into a conspiracy with other persons for organization of channel for contraband from Venezuela to Russia.
The same year Moloko sent to St. Petersburg furniture cargo with 10 kilograms of cocaine hidden inside. Furniture with cocaine passed customs in Pulkovo, but on departure the members of the organized criminal grouping were detained by field investigators of the Federal Security Service.
It is reported that Moloko managed to abscond from the investigation and leave Russia. In February, 1998 he was put on the federal wanted list, and in January of the 2001st — on international. Stanislav Moloko was detained in France in September of last year. It should be noted that the Prosecutor General’s office of the Russian Federation started to ask France to issue the smuggler a month later after his detention.
The reporter’s children Ilya Politkovsky and Vera Politkovskaya, her mother Raisa Mazepa and sister Elena Kudimova had filed a complaint with the ECHR against an ineffective investigation of their mother’s murder.
The girl is known in her homeland and the United States as a "defender of interests of law-abiding owners of civilian weapons," founder and member of the board of public organization called Right to Bear Arms.
On July 15, at the second half of France v Croatia, about the 52nd minute, three girls and a young man in police uniforms invaded the pitch of Luzhniki stadium. They rushed to the pool of players, interrupting the attack of the Croatian national team, and tried to hug football players.