From billionaire to priest
Not only security officials ignore court decisions on payments. For example, Nikolai, the half-brother of the head of the presidential administration, Anton Vaino, appeared on the "black list" of bailiffs. He has two fines - one from the traffic police, and the other from the “other authority” - in the amount of three thousand rubles.
The youngest son of Vladimir Putin’s judo partner in judo, Boris Rotenberg, Boris Borisovich Rotenberg, has 18 unpaid fines totaling 14.5 thousand rubles. The brother of Boris Rotenberg Jr. Roman Rotenberg is the owner of Rolls-Royce Wraith (worth more than 28 million rubles) and Cadillac Escalade (5 million rubles), as well as the owner of a fine for violation of traffic rules for 500 rubles. Both brothers live, according to the FSSP, in a 4-room apartment in the residential complex "Pokrovsky Bereg" for 160 million rubles.
On the son of the head of "Rostec" Sergei Chemezov - Alexander Sergeyevich Chemezov - opened two enforcement proceedings for taxes and fees for a total amount of 195.7 thousand rubles. According to media reports, a young man with similar data spends most of his time abroad, although if there was a debt of more than 10 thousand rubles, he should have been forbidden to leave Russia.
Noted among the debtors and the son of the first marriage of the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov - Nikolai Choles. According to Dossier, he is registered in an apartment on Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya Street with his 75-year-old grandmother and has accumulated 47.5 thousand rubles in debts for the apartment and utility bills. There is also a fine from the traffic police for a thousand rubles.
Presidential Envoy in the Northwestern Federal District, Alexander Gutsan from Nakhimov Street in St. Petersburg, owes the state 500 rubles (traffic police fine) and enforcement proceedings have been instituted against him.
Even clergymen were among the debtors. And also - for violation of traffic rules. Among them - 49 inhabitants of the Trinity-Sergius Lavra, where, as journalists write, “high-ranking officials and security officials love to come and talk about spirituality”.