Rucriminal.com continues to study the extradition case of the leader of the killer group Aslan Gagiyev (Dzhako), accused of organizing 60 murders. Among numerous documents was the appeal of Gagiev to the Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine David Sakvarelidze, written in 1995. In it Gagiev states that he is ready to give detailed testimony on Yusufov and tell about all his "dark delishki", worth $ 3 billion. rucriminal.com publishes this statement:
I, Gagiev Aslan Mityaevich, born. (personal data) of the Lagodekhi region of the Republic of Georgia was detained at the request of the Russian FSB in Austria on January 17, 2015, on charges of committing a number of crimes.
Request for extradition I enclose. In fact, I am a businessman and one of the co-owners of PAO
The OCEAN, which was abducted by Mr. Yusufov Igor Khanukovich. I am ready to testify in the framework of the investigation into the theft of shares in the Ocean factory, the facts of money laundering.
I give full consent to any investigative actions of the Service
The Security Service of Ukraine, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, as well as the Service of Ukrainian Breweries. "
Sources rucriminal.com assure that such consent Gagiev, on the threshold of extradition in Russia, prepared for Russian investigators. Moreover, it is much more developed. In it, Jaco greatly expanded the list of revelations that he was prepared to make against Yusufov.
As rucriminal.com already reported, during the extradition hearings, Gagiev also testified against former Minister of Energy Yusufov. Jaco said that Yusufov seized the business for $ 3 billion (we are talking about the plant "Ocean"). Because of the conflict around these assets, Gagiev declared in the Vienna court, he began to fear that he himself could be eliminated. What is not surprisingly dangerous accomplices are always killed.
How events developed. In 2000, the Dutch company Damen bought 78% of the state-owned shares of the Ukrainian plant "Ocean" / Later, through the standard procedure for Ukrainian corporate realities, the procedure of increasing the share capital brought its share up to 98.7%. At first, the Dutch went well: the enterprise built ships, and workers received salaries ... However, with the change of power in Ukraine in 2005 and the subsequent abolition of a number of principled tax incentives for shipbuilding by the Tymoshenko government, Damen is reconsidering its prospects in Ukraine. At this difficult time Damen unexpectedly comes the help in the face of an investor partner of the Norwegian company Aker Yards (later it was renamed the Wadan Yards Group). In 2006, Damen and Aker create the management company Okean V.V. (Holland), on which the majority package of the Ocean is launched. Despite the fact that thanks to the Norwegians, the companions manage to pay off their wage arrears, the production situation in the plant does not change radically and, finally, Damen finally decides to leave the business, having prophetically sold its share to the Norwegians exactly on the eve of the 2008 crisis. Left alone with the global deterioration of the global economic situation, the Norwegians now themselves were looking for a saving investor. And he was found. It is at this moment that the structures that today appear in a variety of journalistic and okolo-federalistic materials appear under the "pseudo-mysterious" blurred definition of "Russian shareholders" on the proscenium. As a matter of fact, Aslan Gagiev was hiding behind this term (he was carrying out commercial business under Morozov's name and had an appropriate authentic passport).
Thus, in July 2008, the Luxembourg-based FLC-West Holding, behind which the powerful Russian Financial Leasing Company (FLC, its criminal "roof" was Gagiyev) formally acquired 70% of Aker Yards shares, and together with it receives control over the "Ocean" and two more shipyards in Germany. The main part of the transaction was paid by the company Tamplestowe, whose representative was a member of the board of directors of Gazprom Igor Yusufov. Yusufov asked not to advertise his participation in the project, to introduce his representative to the board of directors and coordinate each operation with his son Vitaly. As a result, at the time of buying the shipyards FLC-West's owners were Tamplestowe, controlled by Yusufov by 74%, Cyprus offshore Blakstead (25%) and FLC (1%).
rucriminal.com provides a diagram of how the Yusufov family secretly owned and operated the "Ocean".
The arrival of "Russian investors" is predictably not made any effect for the recovery of either the German shipyards, or even more so of the Nikolayev Shipyard. Still - it really was a non-core business for the Yusufov family, which specialized mainly in energy directions. In all likelihood, there was a banal temporary fixation in the real economy of the unclean excess of overheated "Gazprom", and perhaps even more prosaically - criminal capital.According to the official version, in 2009 the Wadan Yards Group was on the verge of bankruptcy because of financial problems, outstanding loans and lack of orders - the company's debts amounted to about $ 100 million. The fate of the shipyards was discussed even during the meeting of Angels Merkel and Dmitry Medvedev, who decided to find a "new pool of investors." Such an investor was ... now the son of Igor Yusufov Vitaly Yusufov, who bought two German shipyards for 40 million euros. In reality, the Yusufovs controlled the shipyards before their bankruptcy and "official purchase" of the enterprise in 2009.
Further between Burlakov and the senior and junior Yusufovs there is a quarrel, the result of which was the initiation of a number of criminal cases against Burlakov and finally, the attempt on him and Etkin in September 2011, as a result of which the businessman was killed, and his civil wife Anna Etkina was seriously injured, but miraculously remained alive. The investigation found that the crime was committed by one of the members of the Gagiyev group, the customer has not been formally established, but Draco knows him well and is ready to name after extradition.
Meanwhile, in March 2010, shortly before the Norwegian Wadan Yards was finally declared bankrupt, 98.74% of the shares in the Nikolayev Okean plant were re-registered with Blakur Company, and a bill was made for them. For understanding: the debts of the "Ocean" in excess of 53 million euros, which were secured by the pledge of movable and immovable property of the plant, were sold to Blakur Company for only $ 200.
To be continued