Thursday, July 10, 2008

Boris Berezovsky and Mr Atlangeriev and Mr. Nikhaev

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Jonas Bernstein , on 9 July 2008, in Eurasia Daily Monitor, refers to Boris Berezovsky and Mr Atlangeriev and Mr. Nikhaev (MEDVEDEV’S FOREIGN POLICY ADVISER DENOUNCES BBC REPORT ON LITVINENKO MURDER.)

From Bernstein we learn the following:

On 7 June 2008, BBC Newsnight referred to a 'Mr A.' who allegedly traveled from Russia to kill Boris Berezovsky.

Reportedly, 'Mr A.' was caught and deported from Britain.

Kommersant reported in 2008 that the man deported from Britain was the alleged Chechen crime boss Movladi Atlangeriev.

Atlangeriev and alleged crime boss, Khozh-Akhmed Nukhaev, reportedly organized Moscow’s Chechen criminal gangs in the early 1990s.

Russian authorities have accused Nukhaev of ordering the 2004 murder of Paul Klebnikov, editor of Russian Forbes magazine.

In Klebnikov in 2000, Nukhaev said that the gang he and Atlangeriev ran had protected Logovaz, Russia’s leading car dealer, which Berezovsky controlled in the 1990s.

In 2002, Berezovsky was accused of involvement in the kidnapping and assassination of Major General Gennady Shpigun, the Interior Ministry’s envoy to Chechnya, in late 1998.

It was also claimed that Berezovsky had “close relations, including in business, with the well-known Chechen criminal organization in Moscow (led by) Khozhakmed Nukhaev and Movladi Atlangeriev” (The Jamestown Monitor, March 6, 2002) . The evidence came from a videotape, of an unidentified witness, presented by the Prosecutor General’s Office.

In April 2008, senior Investigative Committee official Dmitry Dovgy accused Nukhaev and Berezovsky of ordering the 2006 murder of Novaya Gazeta correspondent Anna Politkovskaya (Izvestia, April 3).

aangirfan: Godfather Oligarch Berezovsky

Chechen Crime Boss Has Disappeared - Kommersant Moscow


Some of the Russian Mafia (from Wikipedia)

Marat Balagula (Brooklyn-based crime boss and originator of billion-dollar gasoline bootlegging scam; released from American prison in 2004.) [12]
Arbi Barayev (Chechen warlord/crime boss; killed by Russian armed forces in 2001.)
Viktor Bout (Arms merchant; former international fugitive; awaiting deportation to United States.) [13]
Yuri Brokhin (Famed expatriate Russian dissident/international drug dealer and jewel thief; murdered 1982.) [14]
Vitali Dyomochka (Russian mobster who produced a TV series chronicling his own activities.) [15]
Monya Elson (Prolific professional killer; convicted of three murders and imprisoned.)[16]
Vadim Safronov (Major Vor v Zakone "works with semyon moglevich.) [17]
Ludwig "Tarzan" Fainberg (Southern Florida crime boss; deported to Israel.)[18]
Vyacheslav "Yaponchik" Ivankov (America's most powerful vor v zakone; deported to Russia.)[19]
Zakhar "Shakro" Kalashov (International vor v zakone boss; jailed in Spain.)
Vladimir Kumarin (Saint Petersburg-based boss of Tambov Gang crime group.)[21]
Otar "Otarik" Kvantrishvili (Moscow extortionist; murdered in 1994) [22]
Ruslan Labazanov (Chechen crime boss; murdered in 1996.) [23]
Sergei Mikhailov (Moscow-based head of Solntsevskaya bratva crime group.) [24]
Semion Mogilevich (Billionaire Budapest-based crime lord.) [25]
Boris Nayfeld (International drug kingpin.) [26]
Khozh-Ahmed Noukhaev (Chechen crime boss; missing and believed dead.)[27]
Alexander Solonik (Professional killer; murdered in 1997.) [28]
Nikolay "Hoza" Suleimanov (Chechen head of Obshina crime group; murdered in 1994.) [29]
Alimzhan Tokhtakhounov (Arms dealer and accused Olympic fixer.)[30]
Nik Radev (Australia-based Bulgarian gangster and enforcer for local Russian mob; murdered in 2003)[31]


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