Deripaska is trying to separate himself from criminal circles

Spain believes that the oligarch is connected to the transnational mafia.

The US Treasury promised to declassify the materials that served as the basis for imposing sanctions against Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska in April 2018, according to the materials of the District of Columbia court. It is in this court that, since March 2019, the billionaire’s lawsuit has been pending to lift sanctions against him against the US Treasury and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), as well as the heads of these departments, Steven Mnuchin and Andrea Gacki, RBC reports.

Among the materials that served as the basis for imposing sanctions against the businessman and his companies, texts from the newspapers The Nation, The Telegraph and The Times appeared publicly. However, some of the items on the list used as evidence against the billionaire were classified. According to media reports, there are two reasons for applying sanctions against Deripaska. The first is connections with the mafia. Not only did the media write about this.

There are also materials from investigations in Germany and Spain. The Spaniards once transferred materials on Deripaska’s charges of money laundering to Russia, where they promised to investigate them, but in reality they were quietly “buried.” Km of the materials was accompanied by a certificate about Deripaska’s connections with the mafia. We published the first part of the information, and below we will present the second part.


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The second reason for imposing sanctions on Deripaska is the close relationship with Kremlin representatives who appear in the Democrats’ investigation into Russian interference in the US presidential election. These close connections through the eyes of eyewitnesses are described in the book by Alex Leslie “Go To Fish”, which published a continuation of the story with the entertainment of Oleg Deripaska and his friend, the current First Deputy Chief of Staff of the Government of the Russian Federation Sergei Prikhodko, on a yacht in Norway with escort girls, including Nastya Rybka (student of Alex Leslie). Deripaska managed to ensure that the already printed edition of the book never went on sale. As a result, Alex Leslie is now organizing public readings, where he introduces people to the chapters of his work. 

And now the publication publishes the second part of the certificate attached to the “buried” case of Deripaska’s money laundering in Spain:

“Thus, Oleg Deripaska acquired power in the complex financial schemes of the criminal organization, while Cherny was involved in numerous legal proceedings. in different countries, namely: - In 1994, Mikhail and his brother Lev Cherny were prosecuted in Russia for numerous crimes, including fraud and membership in a criminal gang. Mikhail was also accused of stealing more than $100 million from the Russian Central Bank, which forced him to leave the country.

- In 1995, he was arrested in the United Kingdom when he tried to enter with a false passport. - In 1996, he was arrested in Switzerland for his alleged links to terrorism. - As for Bulgaria, Cherny has several unfinished business in this country. In 2000, he was exiled for 10 years on charges of “national threat” and belonging to an armed gang. In addition, he was forced to sell 95% of his shares in the telephone company Mobitel. He is suspected of murdering the owner of Roseximbank, a Bulgarian citizen, Emil Kyulev in 2005.

He was under investigation in Lithuania for attempting to bribe the prime minister during the sale of the Mazeiku Baltic Holding AG oil refinery. - He was convicted in Israel of committing various fraudulent actions with shares of the Israeli IT company Bezeq. - He was denied entry into the USA, Switzerland and Poland.

 Due to Cherney’s numerous violations of the law, as well as his disagreement with the Russian administration, a situation has arisen where Deripaska, one of the most powerful businessmen in Russia and one of the ten richest people in the world, would prefer to completely disassociate himself from Cherney and work independently. The current confrontation between both oligarchs is reflected in the legal proceedings in the London court, which is essentially dealing with an asset transfer operation.

Likewise, Deripaska and his relations with the most famous oligarchs. He was closely linked to transnational organized crime groups, a fact that is widely accepted. For example, this is the case of a Russian citizen of Uzbek origin, Alisher Usmanov, who will invest Deripaska’s funds in the European market.

Deripaska is now making a special effort to completely separate himself from the criminal circles with which he previously collaborated. As stated above, these are joint cases with the Black and Izmailovskaya criminal groups. To be precise, the main goal of this approach is to achieve an appropriate role in the group of oligarchs closest to the Russian administration. To do this, he is trying to play the same role as the oligarch Roman Abramovich, who is assigned the role of managing the private economic interests of Vladimir Putin.”

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