Indictment of “Troika” (Tambovskaya gang) case and Gennady Petrov in Spain, May 2015

Dated of May 29, 2015. See also Russian translation. In 2007, Spanish Special Anticorruption Prosecutor’s office started to investigate the activity of Russian members of Tambov-Malyshev (Tambovsko-Malyshevskaya, Tambovskaya) gang settled in Spain since 1998. Three main suspects, Gennady Petrov, Alexander Malyshev and Sergey Kuzmin, were targeted. Sergey Kuzmin escaped the arrest in Spain, while Petrov …

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Swiss prosecutor Bertossa on Pavel Borodin’s sentence in money laundering’s “Kremlingate”

From the book by Bernard Bertossa and Agathe Duparc. Paris, Fayard, 2009 The case of embezzlement and laundering of up to 15 million $ on the Kremlin’s buildings restauration, also known as Kremlingate, during president Eltsin’s administration. Russian authorities dropped the file, transmitted by Switzerland, saying that they received “only copies of the documents which …

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Lukoil’s link to mobster Zakhari Kalashov (Shakro)

Switzerland’s Prosecutor’s office rogatory letter to Spanish judge Fernando Andreu, 2005. Zakar Kalashov (nickname Shakro), linked to Solntsevskaya and Izmaylovskaya gangs, is said to be shareholder of a considerable part of Lukoil oil company.  Shakro was detained in Spain and later in Moscow whre his ties to high rank law enforcers were discovered.

Timchenko’s foundation managers

Gennady Timchenko’s family foundation in Switzerland (“Fondation Neva”). Declared goals are “to undertake any action to assist, promote, provide financial support to persons, activities, projects, events, and programs in the fields of art, culture, architecture, preservation of historic monuments, sport, health, education, the environment…”. As of 2019, managers are Elena Timchenko (wife), Xeniia Frank (daughter), …

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FSB and organized crime’s connection, Swiss Intel’s analytical report (Russian translation)

See copy of original document in German here, English Translation here.   Служба анализа и профилактики, Федеральная служба полиции Стратегический аналитический отчет Конфиденциально Организованная преступность и спецслужбы СНГ

The connection between the FSB and organized crime: Swiss Intelligence’s analytical report (English translation)

See a copy of the original document in German here. Service for Analysis and Prevention The Swiss Federal Office of Police Strategic Analysis Report [Confidential] Organised Crime and the Special Services of the Commonwealth of Independent States June 2007 Contents Key points Organised Crime and the Special Services of Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS): The …

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Credit Lyonnais, Saint Petersburg, 1992

Phonebook from Credit Lyonnais Bank, 1992, showing that its headquarters office in Russia had been opened in St. Petersburg (see Putin’s words on this back in 1992). Office chief was Michel Tschesnakoff (also known as Mikhail Chesnakov or Chesnokov). By 2015, Chesnakov, then president of ABB Russia (Switzerland), was investigated in Switzerland because of suspicions …

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The connection between the FSB and organized crime: Swiss Intelligence’s analytical report

Swiss Intelligence report on cooperation between organized crime and the FSB, June 2007. Swiss authors say that German intelligence verifies the existence of “symbiosis” between Russian organized crime and intelligence, but the Swiss can see only cooperation between them on a case-to-case basis. German language. Names mentioned: Mogilevich, Luchansky, Birshtein, Kantor. Entities: Seabeco group. See …

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