Deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Sverdlovsk Region wrote a letter to the General Director of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company Oleg Dobrodeev with a request to settle the dispute between TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov and the authorities of the Middle Urals.
Recall that on April 27, TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov, during an interview with Plenipotentiary Representative in the Ural Federal District Vladimir Yakushev, called Yekaterinburg "the center of a vile libero". The former governor of the Sverdlovsk region, Eduard Rossel, came to the defense of the region. Solovyov, in response, accused Rossel of having once tried to destabilize Russia with ideas about the creation of the Ural Republic. `
Rucriminal.info continues to publish a unique investigation that allows you to figure out what the Uralmash organized crime group is and which of the parties opposing in the media dispute is closer to the truth.
In the special warehouse of the Yekaterinburg OCM plant (8 Lenina Avenue) there were about 32 tons of precious metals, which are a strategic reserve, worth over $500 million. On the basis of an agreement in 1993, this fund was transferred to the OCM Plant for storage.
Subsequently, in 2006, the Commission of the Accounts Chamber established the loss of the fund of precious metals from the special warehouse of the OCM plant. The permanent general director of this enterprise was Nikolai Timofeev, a personal friend of E. Rossel, the founder of various kinds of awards from funds (Bazhov, Demidov), etc. Rossel always appeared at the awards ceremony of these funds along with Timofeev.
On the fact of the disappearance of the fund of precious metals from the warehouse of the OCM plant, the Investigative Committee initiated No. 436309 under paragraph b of part 3 of Art. 165 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, which is currently suspended under paragraph 1.ch.1st. 208 Code of Criminal Procedure of the Russian Federation, i.e. - in connection with the failure to identify the person to be brought in as an accused.
So, get acquainted - the persons who led the JSC "Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Plant" in the period from 1993 to 2006.
Timofeev Nikolai Ivanovich: since 1985, director of the Sverdlovsk plant for the processing of non-ferrous metals. Since 1993, after the formation of the open joint-stock company "Yekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Plant", he has become its general director. Since 2004, Chairman of the Board of Directors, President of JSC Yekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metal Processing Plant. General Director of the holding "Jewels of the Urals", President of the "Ural Gold-Platinum Company", Chairman of the Board of Directors of OJSC "Zoloto-Platinum Bank". In total, Nikolai Ivanovich was the founder of more than 20 commercial enterprises, including: CJSC Jewelry Ring of the Urals, LLC Russian Gems - Uzpk, CJSC Agat-Uzpk, LLC U Zolotoy Gory, LLC Jewels Urala Capital. Already from the names one can feel the smell of gold, platinum, jewelry. Unfortunately, the reason for the smell from the names of Nikolai Ivanovich cannot be asked, he died in 2018.
Fisenko Aleksey Grigorievich: Deputy General Director of OAO Yekaterinburg OCM Plant, from 2002 to 2006 - General Director of OAO Yekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Plant, member of the Board of Directors of OAO Yekaterinburg OCM Plant, General Director of ZAO Uralskaya Gold-Platinum company”, member of the Board of Directors of OAO Central Committee of the financial and industrial group Jewels of the Urals, member of the Board of Directors of JSCB Zoloto-Platina-Bank, director of OOO Uraldragmet-Holding. In total, Aleksey Grigorievich was the founder of 27 commercial companies, and among them: Pawnshop "Ural Jewels" LLC, Dragresurs LLC, Private Security Company "Uraldragmet - Okhrana" LLC, Firma Yakhont CJSC, Agat-Uzpk CJSC, At the Golden Mountain LLC, Ural Jewelry Ring CJSC, Yakhont-NT LLC, Russian Gems Jewelry Salon LLC, Ural Capital Jewelery LLC. And the smell from the names is the same as that of Timofeev’s companies, yes and the names themselves are often repeated.
Khayak Alexander Grigoryevich: Deputy General Director of OAO Yekaterinburg OCM Plant, member of the Board of Directors of OAO Yekaterinburg OCM Plant. He was the founder of more than 20 commercial organizations, among which, smelling of gold, platinum and jewelry - LLC Jewels Ural-Capital, LLC Pawnshop Jewels Ural, LLC Dragmet, LLC Private Security Company Uraldragmet - Okhrana, LLC Dragresurs ”, CJSC Firma “Yakhont”, CJSC “Agat-Uzpk”, LLC “Dragmetalliance”, LLC “At the Golden Mountain”, CJSC “Jewellery Ring of the Urals”, LLC “Yakhont-NT”, LLC “Jewels of Ural-Capital”, LLC "Jewelry Salon "Russian Gems""
The editors have at their disposal a unique document: the Constituent Agreement on the establishment of a closed joint-stock company "Yakhont" (Nizhny Tagil, Gazetnaya st., 38), dated June 07, 1994. From this document it follows that the specified society was created by citizens Timofeev Nikolai Ivanovich, Fisenko Alexei Grigorievich, Khayak Alexander Grigorievich, Chesnokov Nikita Olegovich, Bacherikov Alexander Nikolaevich and also the notorious Terentiev Sergey Venimainovich.
Particular attention here is the fact that Bacherikov Alexander Nikolaevich is a major of the KGB of the USSR in reserve, and Chesnokov Nikita Olegovich from January 198 0 until May 1993 is listed as an employee of the KGB of the USSR.
Subsequently, according to rumors, Chesnokov N.O., as an employee of the KGB-FSB and a confidant of the "holders of the gold reserves of the Urals", made a brilliant career and was noticed in the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation.
In a similar way, on December 4, 2002, CJSC "JUVELIRNOE RING OF URALA" was established, among the founders of which were Timofeev Nikolai Ivanovich, Fisenko Alexei Grigorievich, Bacherikov Alexander Nikolaevich, and also the wife of Terentyev Sergey Venimainovich - Terentyeva Larisa Viktorovna 02.10.1967 gr. A retired FSB major, Aleksandr Nikolayevich Bacherikov, was elected General Director of this company. This company is also noteworthy because, among others, PANPURIN ANDREY VOLFRAMOVICH 04/16/1960, another active participant in the Uralmash organized crime group, was among the founders.
In this context, one cannot fail to recall the story of the raider seizure of the Russian Gems jewelry factory located in the center of Yekaterinburg, which took place in 2000. Then, on the basis of the order of the Minister of Economy and Labor of the Sverdlovsk Region Galina Kovaleva, the plant management building was seized by Timofeev Nikolai Ivanovich, Fisenko Alexei Grigorievich, Bacherikov Alexander Nikolaevich, who, in the specified order of the Minister, were designated as "members of the anti-crisis committee from the government of the Sverdlovsk region." The head of the enterprise and its shareholders, represented by Valery Popov, were deprived of all rights and lost all their property.
Shortly after the seizure of the plant near the house, Viktor Ivanov, Valery Popov's lawyer, was killed, who defected to Fisenko and Timofeev. Moreover, on the same day, a press conference was convened on regional television, at which the leaders of the Gold-Platinum Company directly accused Popov of organizing contract killings. During a search of Viktor Ivanov's house, investigators seized audio cassettes from a voice recorder, on which he recorded all the conversations that he had with the leaders of the Gold-Platinum Company about the seizure of the plant. The audio cassettes have disappeared from the case, and the criminal case has not yet been solved.
Subsequently, Valery Popov proved in court the illegal nature of the seizure of his property, about which more than 180 cases were considered in 5 regions of the Russian Federation. But by that time, the plant was, in fact, plundered, completely reconstructed and turned into an office center. The market value of 12,000 square meters of the plant's buildings was one billion rubles in 2004 prices.
The buildings of the plant, despite numerous arrests, were sold to the developer Alexander Pankratov for $5 million, who, with the help of officials from the Yekaterinburg City Hall, changed them beyond recognition and, as a result, Popov was denied the return of these buildings only on this basis. At that time, Vladimir Tungusov and Vladimir Kritsky were in charge of coordinating all construction issues in the City Hall.
In the course of legal proceedings that lasted more than 10 years, Popov and his son were attacked on the streets of Yekaterinburg, bricks were thrown at the windows of houses with threats, and calls were received on the phone with advice to insure their lives.
To be continued