Timofey Kurgin's Transformation

The Moscow Post published an article about the activities of "crime boss" Timofey Kurgin. Details are published below. The Moscow Post journalists gained an all-out victory in the lawsuit brought by "crime boss" Timofey Kurgin against their newspaper and Nasha Versija, a tabloid publishing investigative journalism articles. The trial took up six months, in the course of which the notorious businessman Kurgin has been pulling all kinds of "tricks." Apparently, he believes that might makes right.

What do Fake Japanese Technologies, Cheap COVID-19 Tests and Tatarstan President Have in Common?

The novel coronavirus might help Rustam Minnikhanov, President of Tatarstan, get re-elected for a third term. Kazan companies belonging to his inner circle are involved in the scandalous deliveries of COVID-19 tests with the help of which he might collect 500 mln dollars for his re-election. Chances are it will become the fraud of the decade.

Is Miratorg Protecting Dignity of its Offshore Companies From Putin?

Viktor Linnik, President of Miratorg Agribusiness Holding, a Russian privately-held agribusiness company based in Moscow, and his brother, Alexander Linnik, the chairman of the Miratorg board, continue their efforts to prove in the courtroom the Moscow Post news portal “defamed” their business by publishing false information about it.