Media: Criminal authority Shakro Young spent the summer of “planning meeting” in the building of the Investigative Committee
Moscow court extended the arrest of Zechariah Kalashov, known as Shakro Young, accused in the case of extortion, till December 15. Thus, the Tver court has satisfied the petition of the investigator, reports TASS. Simultaneously, became known new details of high profile case, in which he was involved senior officials of the Investigative Committee.
The former head of the investigative Department of the TFR in the Central administrative DISTRICT of Moscow Alexey Kramarenko can be involved in the organization of meetings between Shakro Young and criminal authority Andrey Kochanova, known by the nickname the Italian, which was held in the summer in the building Department, said , RIA “Novosti” a source in the law enforcement system.
“At the end of may in the Investigation Department for the Central DISTRICT of GSU SK of Moscow there was a meeting of Kalashov and Kochanova. It, supposedly organized Kramarenko,” he told reporters. Another Agency source familiar with the situation confirmed this information, noting that the meeting Shakro and Italian took place in the investigator’s office.
Shakro Young was arrested in Moscow on 13 July on charges of extortion. According to investigators, his close Kochunov and Eduard Romanov extorted from the hostess of the Moscow restaurant Elements on Rochdelskaya street Jeanne Kim eight million rubles, which the woman allegedly didn’t pay designer Fatima Mostovoy, being dissatisfied with her work. The result has been the shootout, which was attended by 10 people to the hospital with injuries of varying severity were delivered to five men, two of whom died.
Kalashov is accused as regards 3 articles 163 of the criminal code of Russian Federation (“the Extortion made by organised group in especially large size”). Also in its relation criminal case under part 4 of article 210 of the criminal code (“Organization of criminal community”), which provides for punishment up to life imprisonment.