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Gazprom top manager beaten up in Moscow
15.11.2010 14:32
Gazprom top manager beaten up in Moscow

Netherlands citizen Faasen Jorrit, 30-years old Gazprom top manager was beaten on the west of Moscow. An incident happened on Sunday, November, 14 on the Rublyovskoe highway.
      According to Jorrit, his BMW was cut off by unknown people on Mercedes and Volkswagen. A few people weaponed by baseball beats teared from their cars, broke windows of his car, attacked him and beat the Netherlander and left the scene.
      Faasen Jorrit applied to police station and told identification numbers of cars which he remembered. The criminals found were arrested: they were securities of one of Moscow bank owners. A few fire weapons were confuscated from their cars. The guards told that the beating was caused by Jorrit's bad driving. Such absurd answer remains about time 1990-s when business and gangsterism sometimes were synonyms.
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Author: Yulia Buzykina


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