In St. Petersburg, the name of local deputy prosecutor Alexei Meshchersky surfaced in near-criminal cases. Being a regular at the Bear Mountain hunting base of St. Petersburg businessman Pavel Repalov, the deputy St. Petersburg prosecutor decided to help the owner of his favorite base with the collapse of the criminal case brought against him. But, in the end, by trying to extinguish the case under a whole bunch of articles of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, Meshchersky himself risks incurring a heap of problems. Details at Rucriminal.info.
Businessman Pavel Repalov, in order to seize other people's property, built a scheme according to which he planned to make a lot of money under fictitious loan agreements. In addition, Repalov also acquired the rights to demand payment of funds under a fictitious loan agreement for one of his former partners, who wrote a statement to law enforcement agencies.
It also turned out that Repalov used the documents he signed to appropriate expensive real estate in the center of St. Petersburg. All this was added to the materials transferred to the OEBiPK of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Petrogradsky district of St. Petersburg.
To hide the crime, Pavel Repalov, through his acquaintance with the Deputy Prosecutor of St. Petersburg, Alexey Meshchersky (a comrade-in-arms for his love of hunting), organized, through the instructions of the prosecutor’s office, the transfer of materials from the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Petrogradsky district of St. Petersburg to the Investigative Department for the Vyborg district of the State Investigative Directorate of the Investigative Committee for St. Petersburg for consideration under Art. . 303 part 1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. The necessary investigator eventually issued a decision to refuse to initiate a criminal case under Article 303 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation for lack of corpus delicti, while at the same time the investigator left the crime specified in the application under Article 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation without consideration.
In addition to the Deputy Prosecutor of St. Petersburg Meshchersky, the head of the St. Petersburg special squad “Typhoon” Denis Sedov provides forceful support to Pavel Repalov. He, like Vice Prosecutor Meshchersky, is also a fan of hunting at Pavel Repalov’s base. Just like a dozen equally high-ranking officials. At the same time, according to available information, issues of various levels are being resolved at the Bear Mountain base, incl. and with a criminal component. However, a vacation on “Bear Mountain” can be interpreted as a disservice from Pavel Repalov, who managed to tarnish the prosecutor’s uniform of Alexei Meshchersky and other equally important people from the law enforcement sphere of St. Petersburg.
To be continued