May 25, 2020 Anno Domini
Translated from the Russian
The current billionaire and one of the most influential near-government Moscow businessmen, Mountain Jew God Nisanov was one of the loyal members of Telman Ismailov’s (Jewish) ethnic circle, who launched the medieval market trade, thanks to his close corrupt interaction with the then mayor of the capital, Yuri Luzhkov. Ismailov is on the international wanted list for a number of murders. The “flag” of the chief merchant at the Moscow Court was picked up by the Year of Nisanov. The story of success in conquering the food market of Moscow by the Year of Nisanov in the editorial investigation.
The territory of the Russian University of Physical Culture was turned into the Cherkizovsky market—a monstrous hotbed of all types of common and economic crime. Almost all organized crime groups of those times converged on the battlefields for a place in the sun. The Golyanovskys, led by karate fighter Igor Vugin, who are now honouring business laurels, and his authorities, the Shenkov brothers, more than once converged in hand-to-hand and machine-gun firefights with Chechens and Kuntsevo bandits. The Izmailovskaya gang with its representative Sergei Tsurkov (“Chest”) under the leadership of the thief-in-law Sergei Aksenov (Aksen) and the authority of Konstantin Maslov (Maslik) firmly held their zones of criminal influence, having acquired a whole shopping centre near the Cherkizovskaya metro station. The Cherkizovsky market was filled with smuggling from all over the world; there were “thimble” and “lottery” scammers on the territory who paid tribute to Colonels Melnikov and Merkulov from the Izmailovo police station, who were subsequently employed by the market owners in their security services. The manager of the Tat markets named Yakub was appointed by Ismailov to be the supervisor of all criminal business processes on the market. He also closely interacted with all the chiefs of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Directorate of the Eastern District: Kulikov, Chemesov, Smirnov, and Dubensky. Kulikov later held a leading position on security issues in the Moscow mayor’s office, was one of the confidants of mayor Luzhkov. The market was actually divided into two zones of influence, one of which was run by Telman Ismailov, but the other was “ruled” together with partners by God Nisanov.
God Nisanov began to take his first individual steps by opening the Ponarama shopping centers in Cheryomushki and Electronic Paradise in Chertanovo. Generals Zakharov and Velichkin from the respective Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Directorates of the South-Western and Southern Administrative Districts provided cover through the law enforcement agencies. According to the editorial staff, the main and serious business breakthrough was made by Year Nisanov after the appointment of a native of the Kursk region, General Vladimir Pronin, as the head of the Moscow GUVD (city police).
Initially, an invitation to Moscow for the post of head of the Department of Internal Affairs of the South-Eastern Administrative District was lobbied by Pronin’s fellow countryman, the head of the Kursk diaspora in Moscow, Deputy Mayor of the capital, Pyotr Pavlovich Biryukov.
He also introduced General Pronin to Luzhkov’s inner circle. At the same time, the construction of one of the very first large shopping centres of the capital, “Evropeyskiy”, was carried out. At the same time, Nisanov faced the problems of lack of permits for the facility and the legality of obtaining his citizenship in the Russian Federation. These issues were successfully resolved in the course of corrupt interactions with Luzhkov and Pronin. As a result of these manipulations, Pronin’s son entered the Evropeyskiy shopping centre as a co-owner, where he is still being cared for. The successful experience of mutually beneficial co-operation with law enforcement agencies and the authorities gave Nisanov an understanding of the correctness of the chosen path.
During the Cherkizovsky showdown, he had a chance to meet Maxim Kotov, a soldier of the Rus special-purpose unit (Spetsnaz).
The entire power unit for ensuring the security of Nisanov himself, members of his large family, and family ties involved in control over trade facilities is currently under the jurisdiction of Kotov. The block consists of active fighters of special forces who carry out illegal “part-time work”, as well as officially registered private security companies. Their tasks include daily escort of Nisanov and the nearest circle. The cortege usually consists of a luxury car Mercedes or BMW with numbers according to the first letter of the owner’s surname Н НН and two minivans crammed to capacity by guards armed with automatic weapons. A separate place in the security system is occupied by veterans of the operational divisions of the Organized Crime Control Department and the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department, who are responsible for intelligence activities and solving various minor-level problems with law enforcement agencies. Often this is lobbying for the initiation of criminal cases against the offenders, someone from Nisanov’s close or distant circle.
The leadership of this part of the power block of Nisanov is headed by Mikhail Grigorievich Vasiliev, a retired police colonel, assistant to the former head of the Moscow Main Internal Affairs Directorate Pronin. This interaction was debugged back in the early 2000s.
Vasiliev, in fact, receiving wages in the Ministry of Internal Affairs, was a consigliere under General Pronin.