An purported hitman rumored to have kept aristocrat Oleg Deripaska in fear in a 1990s was jailed for masterminding a twin murder in Russia’s Krasnoyarsk segment on Friday.
Vladimir Tatarenkov oversaw his subordinates fire passed dual group in 1994 whom he suspected of an try on a life of his ally, a distinguished internal businessman, investigators said. One of a subordinates was jailed earlier, a other is on a run.
The justice condemned Tatarenkov to 13-1/2 years in jail over a case. Tatarenkov, who pleaded not guilty, betrothed to appeal.
Tatarenkov was suspected of 15 murders, many of them as partial of a squad fight for control of Russia’s aluminum attention in a early 1990s, a Prosecutor General’s bureau pronounced earlier.
He was even indicted of using a rapist insurance pole for a association of Oleg Deripaska, who controls Rusal, one of a world’s biggest aluminum producers, Gazeta.ru pronounced final week, citing an ongoing lawsuit filed opposite Deripaska in London by a businessman seeking a share in Rusal.
Most allegations were never proven, though warranted Tatarenkov a nickname “Aluminum Butcher” in a media.
Tatarenkov fled rapist harm abroad in a 1990s, though was arrested and jailed in Greece in 1999 for request forgery and bootleg firearms possession. After portion a judgment – he reportedly assigned a six-place dungeon all by himself and dabbled in communication – he was extradited to Russia to be charged over a 1994 murder, a usually box involving him that a investigators managed to send to court.