Ex-deputy chairman of Central Bank Sergey Aleksashenko refused to return to Russia
The government employee decided to remain in the USA after he became a defendant in a criminal case over smuggling.
Former Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation and ex-deputy chairman of the Central Bank Sergey Aleksashenko said that he would not return to Russia. “There is no smoke without fire,” he told on air of Echo Moskvy radio, adding that it would be better to avoid the danger so far.
According to Aleksashenko, his lawyers do not confirm the message of Moskovsky Komsomolets about initiation of a criminal case against him.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier with reference to Moskovsky Komsomolets, Aleksanshenko was detained in Domodedovo in attempt to take out five Soviet awards. Awards were withdrawn, and the government employee was allowed to go to the USA. Later it became known that a criminal case was initiated against the former deputy chairman of the Central Bank by results of the examination under Article 226.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Smuggling of Cultural Values).
During another session on Alexey Ulyukaev's case on September 26, the prosecution submitted to the court a protocol of examination of the bribe received by the ex-official in the amount of 2 million dollars and a videotape of his visit to the office of Rosneft.
Dmitry Ishaev, a businessman detained for severe beating of his father-in-law Viktor Ishaev (former Presidential Envoy and Governor of the Khabarovsk Region) and father of the reckless driver Igor Ishaev, was sentenced to a house arrest for a period of 2 months yesterday.
Cannibals-spouses from Krasnodar were arrested; during the searches at their home investigators found saline fragments of the human body, several packages of frozen meat, numerous photos with dismembered bodies and personal belongings of the victims.
The trial of St. Petersburg oligarch Dmitry Mikhalchenko is about to start in October. Two weeks prior to its beginning, it became known that the family of Evgeny Murov, ex-Head of the Federal Protection Service of the Russian Federation, has acquired the lion’s share of Port Bronka assets. The CrimeRussia was figuring out whether this was a strategic move of the businessman in order to protect his ‘pet project’, or the price of silence of the high-ranked enforcement functionary?
The candidates for the long-term resignation include heads of the Ivanovo, Samara, Nizhny Novgorod, Murmansk, Novosibirsk, and Omsk regions, the Nenets Autonomous District (NAO), the Krasnoyarsk and Altai regions, as well as several subjects in the North Caucasus.
Dmitry Ishaev, the father of the notorious reckless driver Igor Ishaev, is an entrepreneur with a rather controversial reputation, and a former advisor to Rosneft, whose business is mainly related to the processing and trade of oil and oil products. Dmitry Ishaev has repeatedly become involved in criminal incidents.