In the security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has told, that has uncovered a scheme in which Russian Motociclism, the leader of the motorcycle club "Night wolves" Alexander Zaldostanov ( "Surgeon"), together with 2 financial companies as if appropriated funds are Residents of Ukraine, Russia and CIS countries.
"Employees of the security service of Ukraine exposed illegal the mechanism by which the Russian Motociclism nicknamed "the Surgeon" with management 2 financial institutions Forex Trend and open company "Forex trend" misappropriated funds of Residents of Ukraine, Russia and CIS, part of which was sent to the financing of terrorists of the so-called DNR and LNR ", - reported in the report on the Internet office of the Ukrainian Ministry.
"it is determined that the attackers possessed the means that citizens invested in the organization For further investing in international financial markets," - said the SBU. In the message it is reported that in the process of searches the Ukrainian offices of these organizations that the SBU confiscated the financial and economic documentation of the transactions, " so it is with the use of Russian financial instruments." police found computer equipment with files where the data of illegal financial transactions, as well as a significant amount of cash in Russian roubles and US dollars and commemorative awards FSB: Dirk and hours ", - told in SBU." Investigators of the security service of Ukraine opened criminal proceedings under part 2 of article 258-5 of the Criminal code of Ukraine ", - added in the Ministry. The bike club "Night wolves" traces its history back to 1983. The official opening of the club took place in 1989. Members of the bike club "Night wolves" many times met with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In March of last year Putin has given to the club leader Alexander Zaldostanov, known by the nickname the Surgeon, the medal of Honor for active work on Patriotic education of youth, participation in job search and to perpetuate the memory of the fallen defenders of the Fatherland."