As it became known to Rucriminal.info, "clouds are gathering" over the deputy prosecutor of Moscow Konstantin Kremnev. On him, and the former head of the JI for the Autonomous Okrug in the Central Administrative Office of the Investigative Committee of the TFR in Moscow, Andrei Nekrasov, a statement was received about receiving a large bribe. The mediator was a longtime friend of the special services - Sheikhametov Kirill Olegovich. The latter is the son of Oleg Sheikhametov (Sheikh), who was a member of the Solntsevo organized crime group and is an authorized representative of State Duma deputy Andrei Skoch. It was Sheikh, on behalf of Skoch, who gave a bribe of $ 500 thousand to a senior SKR officer Mikhail Maksimenko for releasing the “authority” of Solntsevo organized crime group Andrei Kochuykov (Italian).
Also, Oleg Sheykhametov is a partner in a number of construction projects of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Capital Group holding, Pavel Cho, who, as Rucriminal.info found out, was convicted in Uzbekistan for fraud and carefully hides this fact. Kirill Sheykhametov participated in giving a bribe to high-ranking law enforcement officers from the head physician of Moscow Polyclinic No. 129 Alexei Boriskin. We are starting a series of articles in which we will describe in detail both about this episode and all of the above characters.
At one time, Alexei Boriskin was specially lured from the Central Administrative District to the territory of the Autonomous Okrug, where officers of the Special Operations Directorate and the Directorate of Internal Affairs for the Special Administrative Okrug were already waiting. They handed the “marked” money to the chief doctor, a criminal case was opened on taking a bribe (Article 290 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), Boriskin was threatened with a long term. He was brought together with Kirill Sheikhametov (Sheikh, Jr.), who, through his friend “solver” -security Konstantin Marchenko, undertook to “help” Boriskin. According to the statement, Marchenko handed over the bribe at that time to the head of the SU for the CAO GSU SK in Moscow Nekrasov, who shared it with the then prosecutor of the CAO Kremnev (now as the deputy prosecutor of Moscow). Starts Rucriminal.info with a publication on law enforcement and solvers.
“On the merits of the questions I asked, I can tell you the following: At the end of June 2014, a family friend Leonid Vladimirovich Gershanov introduced me to K. Marchenko, whom he introduced to me as a current high-ranking officer of the Central Administrative Commission of the Russian Federation and the future head of the Main Directorate of the Central Committee of the Russian Federation in Moscow. Marchenko K.V. came to the meeting at the Toyota Landcruiser 200 car in black, with / from 644 ss 77, this car was equipped with SSU and I was sure that this was one of the official cars assigned to Marchenko K.V. Also with him came his friend Sheikhametov Kirill Olegovich, a businessman. Soon Marchenko K.V. invited his brother Marchenko Dmitry, who came to a white BMW X5 in the form of a police officer in the rank of captain, to participate in the meeting and was introduced to me as an operational officer of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Moscow. Marchenko Dmitry took an official ID from the left inside pocket of his tunic and showed it to me, saying that he could solve any problem on Petrovka and in the central apparatus of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. On the certificate, Dmitry was photographed in the form of a police captain, I did not remember his position and unit. Marchenko K.V. offered me help in connection with the criminal case instituted against me on 05.23.2014 under part 5 of Art. 290 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, assuring me that, thanks to his high position in the IC of Russia, he can solve any issue in the Northern District of Moscow through Andrei Sergeyevich Nekrasov, the head of the Special Administrative Court.
After 2 days, Marchenko K.V. informed me that the head of the SU, Nekrasov A.S., informed him that my case had been studied, and I should transfer Marchenko K.V. 300,000 (three hundred thousand) US dollars for the re-training of the Russian Federation of my charge for h. 3 tbsp. 159 of the Criminal Code, consideration of a criminal case in a special manner and obtaining a suspended sentence in court, as well as 1 (one) million rubles for him personally. I told him that I didn’t have that kind of money, and that the lawyer explained to me that since signing contracts is not part of my official duties, the investigation will automatically re-qualify my actions for part 3 of article 159, and in connection with the prevailing judicial practice, I will already receive a suspended sentence in court. To which Marchenko K.V. began to threaten me that too serious people were involved and that there was no way back for me, and if I did not want me to immediately change the measure of restraint from my recognizance not to leave, I must borrow this amount or take credit. Knowing his high status in the UK, I took his threats seriously and had to agree to blackmail him.
Money in the amount of 300 thousand US dollars was transferred by me in late June-early July 2014 near my house at the address: Moscow, st. Malaya Filevskaya, 66, in the presence of my father-in-law Volkov E.A. Sheikhametov Kirill Olegovich, who drove to a Landcruiser a / c 200g / n with 644 ss 77. The remaining one million rubles was transferred by me within 2 months to Marchenko K.V., as well as 500 thousand of them for transfer to Marchenko K.V. Gershanov L.V. yelled at me, who drove up to my house on a black Audi A8 car, g / n m 555 mm 97. These funds, according to Marchenko K.V., were transferred to them by the administration of the Investigative Committee for the Autonomous Okrug and the Prosecutor’s Office CAO. After I was interrogated several times by the investigator for particularly important cases of the Investigative Committee of the Investigative Committee for the Autonomous Okrug, Sergeychik Yu.S., Marchenko K.S. demanded another 30 (thirty) thousand US dollars from me, saying that he needed to transfer this money to a GSU employee, who must sign a re-qualification with part 5 of Art. 290 for h. 3 Article 159. When I tried to object that I had already borrowed, and he guaranteed me everything until the suspended term, K. Marchenko said that usually his services cost at least a million dollars, and therefore he does me a huge favor, and even that only at the request of Gershanov L.V. I transferred money to K. Marchenko near my house. In court, the case was not considered in a special order, but in general. On this occasion, Marchenko K.V. explained to me that these are legal subtleties, and they should not bother me at all, as he had already agreed on me with the chairman of the Savelovsky court, Afanasyeva Natalya Pavlovna, and I would receive a suspended sentence as he promised me. Despite this, after the case materials were sent to the Savelovsky court, K. Marchenko demanded another 50 (fifty) thousand US dollars, threatening that this article (part 3 of p. 159) provides for the possibility of obtaining a real term. I have repeatedly reminded him of our previous agreements, but he stated that I distract him with my worries when he awaits his appointment to the general post in the near future, and if the money is not transferred to him, the judge will make a decision not in my favor. I was frightened again, and was forced to transfer to him the next required amount, I transferred the money to K. V. Machenko in the area of Sokol metro station. During the trial, Marchenko K.V. demanded another 50 (fifty) thousand US dollars, from his words to the chairman of the Savelovsky court, since the injured party had already approached the judge with a proposal of money for a sentence with a real term, but was refused and Now he will undoubtedly go to the chairman and he will instruct the judge to take into account the victim’s arguments and pronounce a more severe sentence with a real term, so I had to interrupt the injured party’s rate from his words.
To be continued