Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Sunday, May 12, 2013

PHOTOS OF RUSSIAN MAFIA WORKING IN UNITED STATES



Remember, during the Iraq War, when the US Army distributed 52 playing cards, showing the fugitive most wanted military commanders of the Hussein regime ? This week, an NGO, the Institute for Russian Research*, in order to raise awareness in the American law enforcement and financial fields, has published, and will distribute free of charge, a deck of 48 cards, all showing the key figures that it alleges are in the Russian Mafia.

If you ask why is this important to me as a compliance officer in the United States, be advised that more than half of them reside in America. EU compliance officers please note that fifteen per cent are based in Spain, according to the Institute. It further reminds us that these individuals, many of whom have substantial illicit business in Latin America, generally deal strictly in US Dollars ($) in their lines of work.

Who is on the list:

MIHKAIL CHERNOY
LEV CHERNOY
LEON LANN
SEMION MOGILEVICH
ZACHARY KALASHOV
ALEKSANDR MALYSHEV
MARAT BALAGULA
VIKTOR BOUT
VIKTOR REMSHA
TEVFIC ARIF
JANNA BULLOCK
ALEXEY KUZNETSOV
LASHA SHUSHANSHVILI
ALEKSANDR BOR
MONYA ELSON
MIKHAIL SYROEZHKIN
GENNADY PETROV
TARIEL ONIANI
VLADMIR TYURIN
ANDREY PETROV
IGOR FISHERMAN
ANATOLY TSOURA



JACOB BOGATIN
DNITRY BELKIN
SERGEI KUZMIN
ALEXEY PETROV
ILYA TRABER
BOTIR RAKHIMOV
VLASISLAV LEONTYEV
VASILY KRISTOFOROV
ANATOLY ROSKMAN
VLADIMIR BARSUKOV
DAVID PODLOG
OLEG SHISHKANOV
ALEKSANDR AVERIN
BORIS ANTONOV
ARNOLD TAMM
EVGENY PYUSRATNOV
ANDREY SCOTCH
ALEXEY KALINCHENKO
ALEKSANDR ANTONOV
VLADIMIR ANTONOV
MIKHAIL RATKO
VLADISLAV REZNIK




Remember that the transliteration of the Cyrillic alphabet into the Roman means that, like Arabic, there are variations; some spellings are phonetic translations, but others are Anglicised. Considering that they will be using aliases, with genuine passports when they come into your office, it is suggested that you print out the photographs on the cards, which appear here:

http://russianmafiacards.com

and circulate the photos around the bank, as well as checking them against passport photos of any current bank clients who are Russian nationals.



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*http://russiainstitute.org/

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