On this day an adjutant killer of Yukos was hauled up to court

On this day an adjutant killer of Yukos was hauled up to court

“The Security Service of Yukos, shortly before the attempted murder, requested in a register-office the address of Rybin… The website Prigovor.ru reminds its readers of what happened in September 2000.

22 years ago, on September 9, 2000, in Moscow City Court started to gain momentum the proceedings relating to the criminal case of Yevgeny Reshetnikov, a locksmith from Volgograd. The prosecution accused this former paratrooper of attempted murder on the head of the company "East Petroleum GandelsGes mbH” Yevgeny Rybin who had had ussies with the oil empire Yukos.

The materials relating to the circumstances of two attempted murders had been studied in this criminal trial. The first one is an attempt to shoot Rybin near a house entrance on Udaltsova street in Moscow. As to the second, it was a para-military ambush on the road leading to the Rybin’s house situated in the Nikolo-Khovanskoye community of the Moscow Region where a motorcade was stopped, and then the car was attacked by the fire of machine guns as well as with grenades. As the result, Nikolay Fedorov, the driver of Rybin, was killed, whereas Yevgeny Filippov and Alexey Ivanov, members of the guard and officers of the Main Department of Internal Affairs, who were inside the car, received multiple wounds and are still physically impaired.

In the course of operational and investigative actions law enforcement officials managed to define an inhabitant of Volgograd – Yevgeny Reshetnikov, Besides, in the apartment of this killer an arsenal was seized – a barrel from a machine gun, and it was confirmed by expertise that the shooting targeting Rybin had been made with the use that gun.

However, this contract killer didn’t deny the fact of the attempted murder on that oiler, but, at the same time, he tried in every possible way to evade answering questions about motives and masterminds. Still, the whole logic of the committed crimes already at that time converged in one point, and this point is called “Yukos interests”.

“The investigation could not find out whose contract Reshetnikov had carried out. Rybin insisted that it was in Yukos interests, and his counsels paid attention to details proving, from their point of view, this line. So, for instance, Leonid Filimonov, the vice president of Yukos, was questioned in court, and in the beginning, he denied that he had invited Rybin to his home, although the latter presented to the prosecution a written invitation of Filimonov. Besides, it was found out that the Security Service of Yukos on the eve of the attempted murder requested in the Сentral address bureau the address of Rybin, which, according to his lawyers, may also indicate involvement in the attempted murder”, pointed out at that time the newspaper “Kommersant”.

Representatives of Yukos, naturally, denied all that and publically insulted Rybin alluding that he was a man “with oddities” – now he “staged an attempt on himself”, now he “extorts” money from the respectable company of Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

In November 2000, based on the results of the analyses of all materials, Reshentikov was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment. As to the second episode of the attempted murder on Rybin, the Court held that the investigation had gathered an insufficient quantity of materials and had failed to prove the participation of Reshetnikov in the attacks on Yevgeny Rybin.

But the investigation had been continued. Moreover, several years later, when the whole criminal group was caught, which had been carried instructions from people of Yukos, clarity was lent to those criminal circumstances.

(See also the articles “Pichugin organized at the direction of Nevzlin murders of 5 persons and attempted murders on 7 persons” and ‘'Killings were executed by direction of Nevzlin'.

In the course of the new court proceedings, Reshetnikov explained why the first attempted murder had failed, what the masterminds were dissatisfied with, the masterminds that tried “to settle” the way the investigation was been carried out.

See also “We carried out contract crimes of Yukos

 

Reshetnikov also gave evidence relating to his presence on the scene of the crime – where he stood, how he fired. In details he described how had been killed Vladimir Petukhov, the mayor of Nefteyugansk.

The whole this bloody Bacchanalia was made on orders of Yukos representatives – of Alexey Pichugin acting at the behest of Leonid Nevzlin and “cleaning up” people standing in the way of “transparent” Yukos. As of today, the investigation dealing with the murder of the mayor of Nefteyugansk, has at its disposal information which also allowed the Investigation Committee of Russia to make a ruling on bringing to responsibility in the capacity of defendant Mikhail Khodorkovsky. He was arrested in absentia and put on a wanted list under Article 105 of the Criminal Code of Russia (murder and attempted murder on two and more persons).

(See also the previous article “On this day Yukos nested in the party “Yabloko”. The clan of Khodorkovsky bought 4 out of 17 places on the federal list of the party “Yabloko”. The website Prigovor.ru reminds its readers of what happened on September 9, 2003).

21 years ago, on September 9, 2000, in Moscow City Court started to gain momentum the proceedings relating to the criminal case of Yevgeny Reshetnikov, a locksmith from Volgograd. The prosecution accused this former paratrooper of attempted murder on the head of the company "East Petroleum GandelsGes mbH” Yevgeny Rybin who had had ussies with the oil empire Yukos.

The materials relating to the circumstances of two attempted murders had been studied in this criminal trial. The first one is an attempt to shoot Rybin near a house entrance on Udaltsova street in Moscow. As to the second, it was a para-military ambush on the road leading to the Rybin’s house situated in the Nikolo-Khovanskoye community of the Moscow Region where a motorcade was stopped, and then the car was attacked by the fire of machine guns as well as with grenades. As the result, Nikolay Fedorov, the driver of Rybin, was killed, whereas Yevgeny Filippov and Alexey Ivanov, members of the guard and officers of the Main Department of Internal Affairs, who were inside the car, received multiple wounds and are still physically impaired.

In the course of operational and investigative actions law enforcement officials managed to define an inhabitant of Volgograd – Yevgeny Reshetnikov, Besides, in the apartment of this killer an arsenal was seized – a barrel from a machine gun, and it was confirmed by expertise that the shooting targeting Rybin had been made with the use that gun.

However, this contract killer didn’t deny the fact of the attempted murder on that oiler, but, at the same time, he tried in every possible way to evade answering questions about motives and masterminds. Still, the whole logic of the committed crimes already at that time converged in one point, and this point is called “Yukos interests”.

“The investigation could not find out whose contract Reshetnikov had carried out. Rybin insisted that it was in Yukos interests, and his counsels paid attention to details proving, from their point of view, this line. So, for instance, Leonid Filimonov, the vice president of Yukos, was questioned in court, and in the beginning, he denied that he had invited Rybin to his home, although the latter presented to the prosecution a written invitation of Filimonov. Besides, it was found out that the Security Service of Yukos on the eve of the attempted murder requested in the Сentral address bureau the address of Rybin, which, according to his lawyers, may also indicate involvement in the attempted murder”, pointed out at that time the newspaper “Kommersant”.

Representatives of Yukos, naturally, denied all that and publically insulted Rybin alluding that he was a man “with oddities” – now he “staged an attempt on himself”, now he “extorts” money from the respectable company of Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

In November 2000, based on the results of the analyses of all materials, Reshentikov was sentenced to 11 years of imprisonment. As to the second episode of the attempted murder on Rybin, the Court held that the investigation had gathered an insufficient quantity of materials and had failed to prove the participation of Reshetnikov in the attacks on Yevgeny Rybin.

But the investigation had been continued. Moreover, several years later, when the whole criminal group was caught, which had been carried instructions from people of Yukos, clarity was lent to those criminal circumstances.

(See also the articles “Pichugin organized at the direction of Nevzlin murders of 5 persons and attempted murders on 7 persons” and ‘'Killings were executed by direction of Nevzlin'.

In the course of the new court proceedings, Reshetnikov explained why the first attempted murder had failed, what the masterminds were dissatisfied with, the masterminds that tried “to settle” the way the investigation was been carried out.

See also “We carried out contract crimes of Yukos

Reshetnikov also gave evidence relating to his presence on the scene of the crime – where he stood, how he fired. In details he described how had been killed Vladimir Petukhov, the mayor of Nefteyugansk.

The whole this bloody Bacchanalia was made on orders of Yukos representatives – of Alexey Pichugin acting at the behest of Leonid Nevzlin and “cleaning up” people standing in the way of “transparent” Yukos. As of today, the investigation dealing with the murder of the mayor of Nefteyugansk, has at its disposal information which also allowed the Investigation Committee of Russia to make a ruling on bringing to responsibility in the capacity of defendant Mikhail Khodorkovsky. He was arrested in absentia and put on a wanted list under Article 105 of the Criminal Code of Russia (murder and attempted murder on two and more persons).

(See also the previous article “On this day Yukos nested in the party “Yabloko”. The clan of Khodorkovsky bought 4 out of 17 places on the federal list of the party “Yabloko”. The website Prigovor.ru reminds its readers of what happened on September 9, 2003).

 

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