Denis Voronenkov


The brothers' gang: criminal succession


In October, the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine named the hirer of the murder of former State Duma deputy Denis Voronenkov. According to the investigation, he was a Russian mafia boss, Vladimir Tyurin. In the 1990s, he headed the Bratsk (Brothers') criminal group. The kingpin’s son could also be implicated in the murder of Voronenkov. Sofia Savina found out how the head of the organized crime group passed his business to his descendants.

Ex-Russian MP Voronenkov's murder case: details


On March 23, 2017 in Kiev, at the intersection of the Taras Shevchenko’s Boulevard and Pushkin Street, Denis Voronenkov, accompanied by a bodyguard, was on his way to meet with former deputy Ilya Ponomarev. The attacker was brought to the crime scene by Daewoo Lanos. Near the hotel Premier Palace he caught up with the men and shot at Voronenkov. The guard tried to hit him with a bag, but he shot at him too. After a few more shots at Voronenkov, the killer tried to hide, but the guard managed to get his gun and shot the killer. Voronenkov died on the spot. The bodyguard was taken to the Main Military Clinical Hospital of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, the killer – to the City Clinical Hospital No. 17. In the afternoon, he died under an operation at the hospital.

How poor deputy Alexander Babakov became the richest Russian senator


Alexander Babakov manages to conduct business in Ukraine, being a Russian senator.

Russian Duma ex-deputies Voronenkov and Maksakova fled to Ukraine


Russian communists and micro-oligarchs Denis Voronenkov and his wife Maria Maksakova ended up being Ukrainian nationalists.