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Two ex-deputies face sentences for murders in Transbaikalia

Two ex-deputies face sentences for murders in Transbaikalia
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In the Trans-Baikal Territory, a criminal investigation has been completed against eight former members of the Klyuchevskie large organized criminal group (organized crime group). The gang operated in the region from 1995 to 2005 year.

According to the investigation, the attackers carried out armed attacks on citizens to establish influence in the region, eliminate competitors and steal property. Also, participants in the organized crime group promoted their proteges to local authorities to lobby for interests.

The suspects are accused of committing a number of particularly serious crimes, including banditry and murder. Investigators were able to prove that Klyuchevsky were involved in the death of at least 17 people. One of the victims was also the head of the organized crime group - the ex-secretary of the Komsomol committee of one of the Chita plants Konstantin Klyuchevsky.

According to the press service of the local SU of the IC of Russia, gang members were also ex-deputy of the Chita City Duma 45-year-old Alexei Guskov. He is accused of killing six people. As well as the former deputy of the Chita Regional Duma, 45-year-old Dmitry Nepomnyashchy, who was charged with the murders of five people. A criminal case with an approved indictment will be sent to the court in the near future.