The website 47news published a photo of the Cabinet of Vladimir Barsukov (Kumarin), the leader of the Tambov organized criminal group (OCG), who before his arrest in 2007 was named “the night Governor” of St. Petersburg.
As the newspaper notes, study with a fireplace was made in the Napoleonic style. Table of Coumarin was decorated with a written set of malachite with a mechanical clock, an hourglass and a massive gilded figure of a bearded Head — the brother of the evil sorcerer Chernomor from “Ruslan and Lyudmila”.
The leader of the Tambov criminal group was sitting in a chair of black leather, and at his back is a massive bookshelves. They were like Orthodox icons, and about 50 different books — from a “Journalist” and “COP” Andrei Konstantinov to the chemistry book. In addition, the office of Coumarin was always a selection of fresh St. Petersburg Newspapers.
7 April it was reported that Barsukov (Kumarin) pleaded not guilty to the murder of state Duma Deputy Galina Starovoitova. Charged under article 277 of the criminal code of Russian Federation (“the Encroachment on life state or the public figure”) was brought Barsukov 5 APR.
Previously, he was convicted in the creation of the Tambov criminal group. In March 2019 Barsukov was sentenced to 24 years in a strict regime colony and a fine.
Video, photo All from Russia.