The telegram channel of the Cheka-OGPU and rucriminal.info have already talked about the dizzying career of federal judge Natalia Petrovna Khlopushina, a working pensioner who became part of the leadership of the Moscow Regional Court.
Natalia Petrovna, thanks to her husband, can also boast that she is a member of the close circle of the order-bearing “Luchok” (Sergey Lalakin) - the leader of the bloody “Podolsk OPG”, who also became the godfather of General Sergei Solodovnikov, now the former head of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for Samara region. Perhaps only providence contributed to the fact that Dmitry Sergeevich Khlopushin, the son of Natalia Petrovna, was attached to the Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation, closely connected with Luchok through Vladimir Tokarev, already a former Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation.
Recall that Natalia Petrovna showed her extraordinary zeal in the criminal case of "dear Karenchik" (Sevikyan Karen Argenalovich, now the former head of the Pushkinskoye Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia), who became a legendary crime boss, thanks to a high-profile investigation by the media and thanks to a high-profile criminal case about the seizure and the murder of a hostage, whom Sevikyan kept in his office for several days, extorting 7 (seven) million rubles from the victim.
In November 2021, Sevikyan, who suddenly found himself at large, and also in the position of police chief of the city of Dolgoprudny, at the request of the US FBI, was detained and arrested (with the participation of the FSB of Russia) on the territory of the Russian Federation in the case of an international criminal organization engaged in organizing illegal migration in the USA. Sevikyan and his accomplices were also charged with a whole “bunch” of criminal offenses under the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation: paragraphs “a, c”, part 2 of Art. 322.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Organization of illegal migration”), part 3 of Art. 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Giving a bribe to an official personally or through an intermediary”) and Part 4 of Art. 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Giving a bribe by a group of persons or an organized group”).
Meanwhile, the VChK-OGPU telegram channel continued to closely follow the criminal case of Sevikyan and his international gang.
As expected, the “Luchok effect” manifested itself in this criminal case as well…
In particular, while citizen Andrei Vladimirovich Levin was successfully convicted by the Solnechnogorsk garrison military court under the above articles of the Criminal Code, Sevikyan, by some incredible somersault, achieved his sentence separately from Levin - not by the Solnechnogorsk garrison military court, but already by the Khimki district court of the Moscow region.
At the same time, in the verdict on Sevikyan and a number of his accomplices, any mention of “In implementing his plan, Levin A.V., acting as part of an organized group with [full name], Karen Argenalovich Sevikyan and other unidentified persons ... transferred [full name] funds to in the amount of 71,400 rubles. … Continuing their criminal actions, Levin A.V. ... handed over to the latter 60,000 rubles, that is, part of the previously agreed amount of a bribe in the amount of 2,500 US dollars. On the same day Levin A.The. as part of an organized group with [full name], Sevikyan Karen Argenalovich and other unidentified persons, organized the delivery of these foreign citizens to the Sheremetyevo airport, after which these foreign citizens were detained during passport control.”.
With regard to Sevikyan, in the verdict of the Khimki City Court of the Moscow Region, all mention of Part 3 of Art. 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Giving a bribe to an official personally or through an intermediary”) and Part 4 of Art. 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Giving a bribe by a group of persons or an organized group”), while his accomplice - Levin - was convicted, mainly under these criminal articles.
Since the Khimki City Court of the Moscow Region showed extraordinary humanism and instead of the maximum possible 12 years in prison (as expressly provided for in Part 4 of Article 291 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Giving a bribe by a group of persons or an organized group”) sentenced “dear Karenchik” to only 2 years and 3 months in prison. If “dear Karenchik” went to the pre-trial detention center at the end of November 2021, then Sevikyan has every chance to reunite with his accomplices, if not for the New Year, then for Orthodox Christmas.
Can these extraordinary transformations of the judicial investigation and the transfer of part of the criminal case from one court to another (to a court subordinate to the Moscow Regional Court) be associated with Ageenko Vadim Mikhailovich (also known as Ageenko Vadim Shamilevich; even earlier - when he was deputy chairman of the central district court of the city of Sochi - known as Shengelia Vadim Shamilevich, the chairman of the Khimki City Court of the Moscow Region, who was suddenly dismissed just the other day? Or is this, thanks to the efforts of Natalia Petrovna Khlopushina, another manifestation of the “Luchka effect” in the work of the judiciary of the Moscow region?
To be continued