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Mysterious fatalities related to Russian gasoline big Gazprom may well be connected to ‘money-laundering scheme’

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Mysterious fatalities between small business executives at Russian electrical power giant Gazprom are allegedly linked to a complicated ‘money-laundering scheme’ benefiting a major gas executive’s household and his cronies at Vladimir Putin’s stability solutions.

Novaya Gazeta Europe, a top investigative news outlet, and Transparency Worldwide Russia, claimed that the higher-profile Russian businessmen who have died in suspicious conditions were being joined to a multi-million dollar cash-laundering scheme. 

The working day right after the war in Ukraine commenced, Alexander Tyulyakov, deputy head of company protection at Gazprom’s United Settlement Centre, the electrical power giant’s ‘treasury’ allegedly fully commited suicide.

He died in Gazprom’s guarded Leninsky company village in Leningrad region, near St Petersburg on 25 February 2022. His physique was reportedly found by his lover.

His neck was in a noose in his £500,000 residence still there are solid suspicions he did not take his personal everyday living. 

Alexander Tyulyakov

Vladislav Avayev

The working day immediately after the war in Ukraine started out, Alexander Tyulyakov (still left), deputy head of company protection at Gazprom’s United Settlement Centre, the electrical power giant’s ‘treasury’ allegedly dedicated suicide. Two months afterwards Vladislav Avayev, 51, (suitable) a vice-president of Gazprombank and previous Kremlin official, was discovered lifeless in Moscow

Sergey Protosenya was found hanged in Spain, after appearing to kill his wife Natalia, 53, and their teenage daughter, Maria, with an axe

Sergey Protosenya was identified hanged in Spain, right after showing to get rid of his wife Natalia, 53, and their teenage daughter, Maria, with an axe

A suicide note was observed near the entire body of a man unveiled as a former KGB and FSB officer, but his loss of life has remained ‘mysterious’, claimed the report, not minimum since his entire body was ‘badly beaten’ prior to death.

Two months afterwards Vladislav Avayev, 51, a vice-president of Gazprombank and former Kremlin official, was found lifeless in Moscow, along with the bodies of his wife Elena, 47, and daughter Maria, 13. They were being found out by his grownup daughter, Anastasia.

Investigators promptly concluded Avayev experienced killed them, ahead of taking his own life. 

Nevertheless, this was strongly disputed at the time such as by a previous top rated Gazprombank official who claimed Avayev experienced access to the personal accounts of elite shoppers, together with Vladimir Putin’s circle and probably the president himself.

‘These top rated administrators worked in constructions that we suspect were being joined to money fraud in multi-billion dollar contracts with Gazprom,’ mentioned Novaya Gazeta Europe and Transparency Worldwide Russia.

This was ‘benefiting the family’ of a Russian gas monopoly executive ‘and his close friends from the security solutions and the army.’

A lot of contracts concerned taxpayers money from the condition, it was claimed.

The Montenegro authorities stumbled throughout an alleged revenue laundering rip-off in probing a €30 million payment joined to a business powering a 5-star lodge on the Adriatic owned by four Russians, according to the report.

An alleged Interpol request to Russia for specifics on the payment has not fulfilled with a response, it was claimed.

‘The motive may be that all house owners of the Montenegrin organization are united by their belonging to the [Russian] countrywide patrimony – the state corporation Gazprom.’

Novaya Gazeta Europe and Transparency Intercontinental Russia say their ‘sources website link Tyulyakov’s dying to issues with the Montenegrin company’.

No element is offered in what way he could have died.

The prime gasoline executive highlighted by the media outlet is a former KGB and FSB officer. 

Leonid Shulman

Yuri Voronov

A further strength supervisor, Leonid Shulman, 60, (still left) head of transport at Gazprom Commit, died in the very same elite Leninsky gated housing progress in Leningrad region. In July very last yr, Yuri Voronov, 61, (right) head of a transportation and logistics company for a Gazprom-connected organization, was located lifeless in his swimming pool, with a major pal who is a major criminologist warning of foul enjoy

A Gazprombank vice-president who quit to fight for Ukraine in the war, Igor Volobuev (pictured), earlier expressed the view that said Avayev had been murdered

A Gazprombank vice-president who give up to combat for Ukraine in the war, Igor Volobuev (pictured), before expressed the check out that explained Avayev had been murdered

Family members back links connect the leading executive and associates to the Montenegrin organization, and the allegedly suspicious payment.

A further electricity manager, Leonid Shulman, 60, head of transport at Gazprom Make investments, died in the very same elite Leninsky gated housing improvement in Leningrad location.

He was observed dead with a number of stab wounds in a pool of blood on his bathroom floor.

And in July last calendar year, Yuri Voronov, 61, head of a transportation and logistics firm for a Gazprom-connected enterprise, was discovered lifeless in his swimming pool, with a primary buddy who is a top rated criminologist warning of foul engage in.

A Gazprombank vice-president who stop to battle for Ukraine in the war, Igor Volobuev, previously expressed the look at that explained Avayev experienced been murdered.

‘It is challenging to consider that Avayev shot his daughter, 13, [his wife] and fully commited suicide.

‘In my impression, this is a staged suicide. His suicide was staged.’

He built the identical declare about multimillionaire Sergey Protosenya, 55, a previous deputy chairman of Novatek, who died various days soon after Avayev.

Protosenya was located hanged in Spain, following showing up to get rid of his spouse Natalia, 53, and their teenage daughter, Maria, with an axe. 

‘All these stories are peculiar. I really don’t believe in suicide. It will not fit into my head,’ Volobuev claimed. 

A collection of mystery energy sector fatalities strike Russia in the create-up to the war, and the moment it experienced began.

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