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  1. Russian Criminal: Vladimir Iorich - Private investor

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    Name: Vladimir Fathername: Filippovich Position: Private investor. Biography. Vladimir Iorich (born in 1958, Stalinsk) graduated from Kemerovo Polytechnic University in 1980 with a degree in Economics and Engineering. 1980-1987 engineer, economic director at an enterprise called Gidrougol, in Novokuznetsk

  2. Semion Mogilevich - Wikipedia

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    Semion Yudkovich Mogilevich is a Russian organized crime boss. Described by agencies in the European Union and United States as the "boss of bosses" of most Russian Mafia syndicates in the world, he is believed to direct a vast criminal empire and is described by the FBI as "the most dangerous mobster in the world." He has been accused by the FBI of "weapons trafficking, contract murders, extortion, drug trafficking, and prostitution on an international scale." Mogilevich's nicknames include "Do

  3. Yurevich Mikhail Valerievich / rutelegraf.com

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    He was one of the main founders of the Club of Mayors at the All-Russian Council of Local Self-Government, which brought together heads of major Russian cities. The club became a platform for presenting consolidated position of the municipalities in a dialogue with the government.

  4. Mechel - Wikipedia

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    Russian then-Prime Minister Vladimir Putin sharply criticized Mechel management at a government meeting in Nizhniy Novgorod on July 24, 2008, which focused on ongoing troubles in the steel industry. Putin accused Mechel for exporting raw materials for steelmakers at prices about half the domestic level (which could be a sign of tax avoidance ).

  5. Russian Criminal: Raider cartel is acting on behalf of the ...

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    It must be mentioned that the main source in Cartel’s work is IT-technologies.Understanding the opportunities of IT-development and Internet as controlling source of bank money transfers and informational influence on global society, the officers of different countries Intelligence Services gave a way for providing and developing of such technologies in the districts of interest.

  6. Russian Criminal: Igor Talkov killed for quarrel with mobster

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    Later FBI named Kadiev as number three man in the hierarchy of the Russian mafia abroad (man number one was the “thief-in-law” Vyacheslav Ivankov). Lomov and Darkov were well familiar with Petrick and other Mazutkinskaya crime members, and not on duty. Especially, they became friends with “authoritative” brothers Oleg and Igor Malakhov.

  7. Russian Criminal: Leonid Friedland - President and co-owner ...

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    Surname: Friedland Name: Leonid Fathername: Yakovlevich Position: President and co-owner of Mercury Group Biography . Born in 1969. Mercury Group was established in 1994 by Friedland and Leonid Strunin, who are known to be its principal owners.

  8. About: Semion Mogilevich - DBpedia

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    Semion Yudkovich Mogilevich (Ukrainian: Семе́н Ю́дкович Могиле́вич, romanized: Semén Júdkovych Mohylévych [seˈmɛn ˈjudkowɪtʃ moɦɪˈlɛwɪtʃ]; born June 30, 1946) is a Ukrainian-born, Russian organized crime boss, described by agencies in the European Union and United States as the "boss of bosses" of most Russian Mafia syndicates in the world.

  9. Russian Criminal: Yuri Kalinin - Member Of The Federation Council

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    In 2006 a prisoner in Perm region sent a letter to Vladimir Putin complaining about the conditions of detention. A large-scale inspection of FSIN facilities in Perm region followed. But Kalinin retained his post, and the conditions in Russian prisons and penal colonies still left much to be desired, and still have not improved much.

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