The version that the removal of Kizlyk from the FCS is primarily a clan struggle is confirmed by new information from telegram channels. According to the Cherkalin told telegram channel, part of the hours went to the general after a case against the companies of businessman Sergei Safonichev, who was arrested by his subordinates from the FCS inquiry department.
According to the telegram channel of the VChK-OGPU, Safonichev has long been under the roof of the solver Valery Bitaev. And it was Bitaev who covered him through the FSB, the Prosecutor General, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and in the courts. “Only through the FCS Bitaev could not establish a normal cover for Safonichev - things constantly appeared, goods were delayed, etc. The main headache was the head of the FCS department, General Alexander Kizlyk, ”the telegram channel writes, recalling that Kizlyk was a protege of the former head of the FCS, Andrei Belyaninov.
Therefore, the situation has not changed, even with the advent of Oleg Gubaidulin, the deputy head of customs, who came from the FSB FSB, friend of the head of the K Department of the FSB of the Russian Federation, Ivan Tkachev, and the former head of the FSB FSB of the Russian Federation, Oleg Feoktistov. Kizlyk remained an obstacle, with Belyaninov behind him. “As a result, Kizlyk, a special services soldier, ended up in jail. One obstacle has become less for Gubaidulin, Tkachev, Bitaev and Safonichev, who he takes care of, ”the Cheka-OGPU points out.
Recall that the investigation against Kizlyk began with the FSB being detained several months ago for bribing an employee of one of the police units of the USB. Allegedly, it was through him that the FSB officers reached the 35-year-old deputy head of the department of internal security of the transport administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Central Federal District Nina Salnikov, after whose testimony the investigation had questions to Kizlyk and Serebro, as well as representatives of Vnukovo and Domodedovo customs.