Rucriminal.info has a unique document at its disposal. From it, readers can see not only the division of money that was withdrawn from the Sodbiznesbank and Kredittrast banks, but also the determination of the fate of two people - banker Dmitry Plytnik and banker Alexander Slesarev with his family. The parties to the agreement decided to “forget” about the elimination of Plytnik and not interfere with the reprisal against Slesarev. And at the same time, a number of assets were divided. At the same time, not trusting each other, the parties decided to formalize such slippery issues in a formal agreement.
And now, briefly, how events developed. In addition to depositors' money, Sodbiznesbank also had funds from the Russian Olympic Committee, raider Palikhata, coach of the Russian national team Valery Gazzaev (close friend and his friend thief in law Oleg Shishkanov (Shishkan), Solntsevo organized criminal group, other groups and "authorities", including there were also funds associated with the bloody Aslan Gagiyev (Dzhako). When it became clear that Sodbiznesbank and another bank of Slesarev - Kredittrast - would collapse, the money was withdrawn first to the National Capital Bank (the main co-owner Dmitry Plytnik), and then to offshore. more than 450 million dollars. Some close persons Slesarev was ready to return the money. Ng the problem was that the shadow financier of Aslan Gagniev, Artur Berkovich, found out about such a significant jackpot and told the boss. As a result, it was decided that everyone who was related to the withdrawn money, to gain access to it, and at the same time to seize the National Capital. First, Plytnik was kidnapped. After a day of cruel torture, they learned about all access to money. forced to write various IOUs, including one for $ 1 million, to part with the National Capital, and accusations that bank partners Alexander Shevchenko and Philip Degtyarev could deal with him (see photo). After that, Jaco's militants strangled Plytnik, tied weights to his body and threw him into the river. Next, a showdown began around the National Capital and the withdrawn funds. Dzhako, Berkovich, businessman-fixer Pavel Svirsky, who drove by the FSB car and accompanied by officers of the FSB of the Russian Federation, took an active part in the showdown, Artem Parfentiev, the son of Major General of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Parfentiev V.M. As a result, Shevchenko fled the country, Diagterev, who witnessed the abduction of Plytnik, mysteriously disappeared. Slesarev was shot dead by Jaco's militants along with his wife and daughter. Gagiev gave the order that all close relatives of the banker should be eliminated. In the gang of killers of Aslan Gagiev (Dzhako), the co-owner of one of the private security companies, the chairman of the bank Kutuzovsky, Oleg Novoselsky, who was closely associated with representatives of the FSB of the Russian Federation, was responsible for organizing surveillance and wiretapping. And in Dzhako's gang, most of the participants believed that Novoselsky himself was an employee of the FSB of the Russian Federation, since he actually conducted operational activities. Novoselsky's role in the murder of Sodbiznesbank owner Alexander Slesarev is great. It was Novoselsky who figured out that Slesarev and his family were going to the monastery in October 2005 and passed the information to Berkovich. On the way, the banker, his wife and 15-year-old daughter Elizavte were shot by Gagiev's killers. Gagiev was very much afraid that Slesarev's relatives might know something, so Novoselsky continued to listen to them. In particular, according to the testimony of witnesses, he brought a tape in which relatives are discussing to bury Elizaveta Slesareva in a regular or wedding dress. Novoselsky not much outlived the Slesarevs. Soon Gagiev began to "cover up" his tracks. On December 30, 2005, Gagiev invited Novoselsky to a meeting at the FLC office. There he was handcuffed and interrogated for a long time. Then Novoselsky was killed, and the body was filled with cement in a barrel, which was thrown into the Volga River. The car of the "employee of the FSB of the Russian Federation" was cut into small parts with a grinder and scattered across the Moscow region.
In the testimony of one of Dzhako's killers, ON Alymov, the murder of Oleg Novoselsky is described in detail.
“At the end of December 2005, in the afternoon, during the daytime, S.L. Beglaryan called him on a safe phone from his secret phone. and asked where he was. He replied that he was in Moscow. Beglaryan S.L. asked him how long it would take to drive up to the Financial and Leasing Company (hereinafter “FLC”) located on the street. Makarenko in Moscow. He replied that he would be able to drive up within 2-3 hours. When he arrived at the FLC office, it was already getting dark on the street, he rang the doorbell of the office, one of the Family members opened the central door of the FLC office building. He went down to the basement, where there were at least 10 members of their "Family", Of those whom he remembers were: A.M. Gagiev, S.L. Beglaryan, M.K. Nikolaev, A.V. Staikhevich, Yashkin E.I. and a few more people. Dzhioev A.B. Beglaryan S.L. or Gagiev A.M. explained that a man was about to drive up to be captured, handcuffed and taken to the basement. In about an hour or a little more Gagiev A.M. said that the person who needs to be captured, is already arriving. As far as he understood, Gagiev A.M. lured the specified person into the FLC premises by fraudulent means, promising to give him fireworks by the New Year. A few more minutes passed, after which A.M. Gagiev gave the order that he and about four other members of the "Family" go up to the hall and stand there in order to capture the person who will come to the office and walk through the hall. They stood in the hall and waited for the man to pass. Literally one or two minutes later, a man unknown to him entered the hall, followed by one of the members of their "Family", who opened the front door to the premises of the "FLC". They attacked the man, knocked him face down on the floor, one of them put handcuffs on the man lying on the floor from behind (behind). He (Alymov ON) did not have time to react, because he was standing about seven meters away where the man was walking. After that, the members of the "Family", who were directly involved in the capture of this man, lowered the latter into the basement. The man who was captured was brought to his knees near the wall. Then, at the direction of A.M. Gagiev several members of the "Family" disguised the man they had captured. They changed into some kind of black clothes. In the future, one of the members of the "Family", at the direction of AM Gagiev. or Beglaryan S.L., threw out the clothes of the captured man. For an hour, a man who was previously guarded by members of their "Family" Dudiy I.A. and Yashkin E.N., arrived at the FLC office, went down to the basement. This man, and Gagiev A.M. approached the captured man, sat down on chairs and began to talk to him. A few minutes later, one of the Family members brought several expensive stamps to the basement. As far as he understood, the indicated watch was brought from the car in which the man who had been captured by them arrived. Approximately one more hour passed, after which Gagiev A.M., addressing the members of the "Family" who were in the basement of the "FLC", said: "Guys, who need fireworks, take it." Boxes of fireworks were in the hallway where the man in question was captured. Several people, who does not remember exactly, including himself, went upstairs to the hall, began to take apart the boxes with fireworks. With the permission of S.L. Beglaryan. drove his VAZ-2110 car to the porch of the FLC office and loaded several boxes with fireworks into it. After that he asked S.L. Beglaryan if he was still needed at FLC. Beglaryan S.L. let him go, saying that he could go, but tomorrow morning he had to arrive at the base located on the street. Boat in Moscow. As he was loading the boxes, he saw a Range Rover Sport car near the FLK office, which belonged to the above-mentioned man, whom they had captured in the lobby of the FLK office. The next day, at about 9-10 o'clock, he arrived at the base located on the street. Boat in Moscow, where S.L. Beglaryan told him to go to the market, buy 4 large plastic bags, a pack of gloves, about 10 pairs, and four or five bags of dry mix of sand and cement. He, following the instructions of S.L. Beglaryan, drove in his VAZ car to the market located near the Moscow Ring Road in the Strogino district of Moscow, where he bought the above items and returned to the base again. When he went to the market for the specified items, S.L. Beglaryan. said that upon returning back he knocked on the door of the utility room located on the left side (from the end) of the car service box, located on the territory of the base on the street. Boat city of Moscow. Having bought all the necessary items and returned back to the base, he knocked on the door of the utility room of the car service. The door was opened by S.L. Beglaryan. He unloaded the bags of sand and cement, grabbed the purchased gloves and four plastic bags, and went into the utility room too. In the back room, in addition to S.L. Beglaryan, there were also A.B.Dzhioev, M.K. Nikolaev. one or two more members of the "Family". The utility room had a corridor and one room. In the back room, on the floor, lay the corpse of a man whom they had seized the day before in the lobby of the FLC office. Several plastic bags were put on the head of the corpse. The hands behind the corpse were handcuffed. Beglaryan S.L. ordered him to stir a solution of sand and cement with water. He began to make a mortar on the concrete floor, poured out two bags, poured the water that was in the cans and began to stir it with a shovel, which was among other shovels in the utility room. When the solution was ready, S.L. Beglaryan. removed from the corpse the plastic bags put on the head. Some of the members of the "Family" who were present removed the handcuffs from the corpse. Then all of them, who were in the back room, at the direction of S.L. Beglaryan, put on the corpse two large bags from those he had bought. One bag was put on from the side of the head, and the second from the side of the legs of the man's corpse. Then all those present placed the man's corpse in a two-hundred-liter metal barrel and shoveled it with a solution. Then they put the lid on the barrel, fastened it with a metal ring in the form of a hoop. Having closed the barrel with the corpse, they wanted to first load it and take it somewhere, however, the barrel would la not lifting, so we left it there. Beglaryan S.L. said that you need to weld the frame underneath and then take it out. After that, everyone went home. When he was leaving Beglaryan S.L. told him that in the evening he drove up to the base again to saw the car of the captured and killed man. In the evening, closer to the night, he again arrived in his above-mentioned car to the base located on the street. Boat in Moscow. The following members of their "Family" were present at the base: Beglaryan S.L., Nikolaev M.K., possibly Yashkin E.I., Staikhevich A.V., Dudiy I.A., Dzhioev G.R. and a few more people. In the specified car service, they sawed through the car of the captured and killed man. The car was a Range Rover Sport. The sawn parts of the car were taken out in a Ford minibus, on which the seats were removed in advance in the cabin. The sawn parts of the car were taken out, as far as he remembers, Yashkin E.I. and Nikolaev M.K. Where they took this car, he does not know. Approximately two or three months later, in the evening, S.L. Beglaryan called him on a safe phone from his safe phone. and told him that the next day, at about 11 o'clock, he drove up to the base located on the street. Boat in Moscow. At the indicated time, he drove up to the base. There were Beglaryan S.L., Dzhioev G.R., as far as he remembers, there was also Staykhevich A.V. and possibly a few members of their "Family". Beglaryan S.L. said they had to go and load the barrel with the corpse of the man they had captured at the FLC office. They drove to a dacha located in the Moscow region, along the Leningradskoe highway, 30-40 kilometers. He was driving his car behind a light gray Ford minibus. We arrived at an unfinished cottage. There were two more Tajiks or Uzbeks, that is, workers who did not know what was in the barrel. There were several barrels in the yard, and one barrel with a corpse stood on a metal stand. Everyone who arrived, as well as two Tajiks or Uzbeks, loaded the barrel into a minibus. After that, he asked for time off from S.L. Beglaryan. and went to Moscow. The remaining members of the "Family", but already without the Uzbeks (Tajiks), went to throw out the barrel. Where exactly they threw the barrel, he does not know. He can only guess that it was thrown into some body of water, most likely located in the Moscow region. The method of killing the specified man is not reliably known to him, they killed him, most likely in the back room of the auto repair shop located at the base on the street. Boat in Moscow. Judging by the bags put on the corpse of the said man, he assumed that he was killed by strangulation, putting the bags over his head. "
To be continued