After the publication of the telegram channel of the Cheka-OGPU about the member of the Supreme Council of United Russia, the secretary of the Krasnodar branch of the party, the first deputy chairman of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory Nikolai Gritsenko, "clouds" began to gather around him. The path to Gritsenko's senatorship was closed, and at the congress of the Krasnodar regional branch, the question arose of changing the permanent leader of the Kuban United Russia.
Gritsenko, after the revealed facts, initiated a program of his own salvation and demanded cashback from federal curators, whom he supplied with black caviar and sturgeon. Alexander Sidyakin, head of the Central Executive Committee of United Russia, was sent to save Gritsenko. Gritsenko was temporarily saved, and his position was retained.
According to a Rucriminal.info source, Gritsenko, with the support of the federal executive committee, dragged Andrey Anashkin, a developer and lobbyist for the near-criminal YugStroyInvest, to the regional political council. Gritsenko also promised him coordination and protectorate in the elections of deputies of the regional Legislative Assembly. According to sources, such a protectorate cost Anashkin an apartment in an elite residential complex.
After the corruption component was revealed, Anashkin was struck off the lists of candidates, but Gritsenko refused to return what he received, citing the toxicity of the management of YugStroyInvest.
Another of Gritsenko's creatures is Galina Golovchenko, a 35-year-old local socialite with whom Gritsenko, who has abandoned his family, is connected not only by party affiliation.
After these events and the uncovered facts of the criminal past of the Gritsenko family, the question arose of including him in the top three of the list of United Russia for the elections to the ZSK and retaining the position of deputy chairman for him. Gritsenko's only opportunity to again freely enter the Legislative Assembly is to retain the chair of the head of the United Russia regional department. But the feds will not save Gritsenko a second time, and they began to look for a replacement in his place.
One of the possible candidates who, according to Gritsenko, can compete with him is Dmitry Lameikin, State Duma deputy from the Krasnodar Territory, whom he perceives as a personal enemy. To eliminate a possible competitor, Gritsenko initiated, according to an already worked out scheme, a search for compromising evidence on the deputy's family, for subsequent leaking to the federals. Whether another set-up will help Gritsenko is very doubtful, since Lameikin is in good standing with Volodin and Turchak, who are not very interested in Gritsenko's "Kuban fires" in the form of black caviar and sturgeon.
The Rucriminal.info source believes that Gritsenko has become an absolutely toxic character not only for the Kuban elite, but also for the federals who helped him.
Earlier, the VChK-OGPU telegrams told that the head of the Krasnodar regional branch of United Russia, deputy chairman of the ZSK, Nikolai Gritsenko, began to knock on the thresholds of Moscow living rooms to obtain approval for the position of senator from the region. Gritsenko, under the pretext of having serious compromising evidence, is trying to convince decision-makers about the need to replace the current 72-year-old senator Vladimir Beketov.
Federal curators, as well as regional authorities, were not enthusiastic about the idea of Gritsenko's senatorship, not only because of its toxicity, but also in connection with a dark spot in his biography. Gritsenko has been carefully hiding the criminal past and present of his family for several years.
The eldest son of Gritsenko - Vladimir Nikolaevich, born in 1971 convicted under Article 145 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR for robbery, Article 157 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation for non-payment of alimony, Art. 324 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation for the sale of official documents and state awards, Art. 222 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation for illegal possession of weapons and Art. 158 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (theft).
The youngest son of Gritsenko, who died as a result of a head injury, is Leonid Nikolayevich, born in 1973. was convicted under Art. 144 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR for theft of another's property, art. 212.1 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR for the theft of vehicles, art. 145 of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR for robbery and Article 228 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (illegal possession, manufacture of narcotic substances).
It is possible that Gritsenko, who was aiming for the seat of senator in the late 90s, was associated with criminal authorities and groups that accounted for racketeering, robberies and murders, but he managed to erase unpleasant circumstances from his biography.
Another reason for Gritsenko's refusal to agree to the position of senator is his close and business relationship with his colleague in the ZSK Alexei Rudnev, suspected of commercial bribery and other fraudulent transactions using Gazprom structures. At present, more serious circumstances may emerge in the Rudnev case, pulling on a life sentence, which Nikolai Gritsenko knew and kept silent about.
To be continued