RISE Moldova journalists obtained copies of Moldovan court verdicts of 2003 and 2004, according to which Dmitry Nekrasov (today known also under the identity of Dmitry Grigoryevich Torner) was punished by the Moldovan justice “in the form of imprisonment for a term of 11 years without confiscation of property with the expiation of guilt by hard work in a correctional colony,” write Vladimir Tkhorik (RISE Moldova), Valeria Egoshina (SCHEMES).
In a previous investigation jointly with the SCHEMA project, RISE journalists told how Nekrasov subsequently managed to escape from a Moldovan prison, change his last name four times, marry three times, be on the wanted list of several countries, and even officially die once (on paper). In recent years, he lives under the name Dmitry Torner, managed to run for the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and meet people from the entourage of the presidents of three countries. Details HERE
The main verdict to Dmitry Nekrasov, according to which he was sentenced to 11 years in prison, was issued in 2003 by the court of the Botanica sector of Chisinau. The actions incriminated to him were committed in 2002. Also, the Moldovan investigation later discovered another theft, and therefore the second verdict, the court of the Riscani sector, “caught up” with Nekrasov in 2004. Then, by the decision of the Botanica Court, he had already been sentenced to an 11-year term for a year already.
March 18, 2003 The court of the city of Chisinau, microdistrict Botanica recognizes the guilt of the defendant. The main article charged against Nekrasov is “Theft of the owner's property on an especially large scale.” According to this article, according to the plot of the 2003 court verdict, he was charged with the most episodes.
In short, by the decision of the Botanica court, Dmitry Torner, with his accomplices and alone, committed thefts of two types.
“Scheme” first: Nekrasov on the street asks a stranger (or a recent acquaintance) for a mobile phone to “call” and hides with property.
From the verdict of the Botanica Court, March 18, 2003: “He [Nekrasov], on April 11, 2002 at about 13:00, being on the street at V. Lupu **, under the pretext that he needed to call a friend, he fraudulently stole G.P. has an Alcatel mobile phone at the price of 480 lei. Taking the phone, he fled, thus causing significant damage to the victim.”
In the verdict of another court, from 2004, the court of the Ryshkanovka sector in relation to Nekrasov, there is also an episode with the theft of a mobile phone. Details: HERE
The decision of the court of Chisinau, Botanica sector, 2003 (unofficial translation into Russian), according to which Nekrasov was sentenced to 11 years in prison:
“Scheme” of the second type: according to the verdict of the Botanica court, Nekrasov rents furnished apartments in various microdistricts of Chisinau. He “purifies” them on his own or with accomplices, then selling them to various citizens through newspaper ads: furniture, household appliances, dishes, bed linen and carpets.
From the 2003 court verdict of the court of the Botanica sector:
“He [Dmitry Nekrasov], on 04/01/02, in the afternoon, through an advertisement in the Makler newspaper, rented an apartment No. ** on the street. V. Lupu, ***, mun. Chisinau. In order to steal the property of the owner, through an advertisement in the newspaper “Makler”, he sold V.O. 100 lei, “Cristina” furniture worth 3000 lei for 100 US dollars.
G.J. he sold a sofa worth 1200 lei for 200 lei, V.G. sold a television set “TVT” worth 3200 lei for 100 US dollars. He sold to unknown people: a refrigerator for 2000 lei, 4 chairs for 480 lei, dishes for 500 lei. This caused K.A. significant damage in the amount of 13,400 lei.
When leaving the apartment, he took a gas stove, a carpet, a blanket, an ironing board, a set of furniture “CRISTINA”, a refrigerator, 4 chairs, dishes and all other property he sold through an advertisement in the “Malker” newspaper. He received more than 100 US dollars from the sale.”
Copy of the original sentence in Romanian, Chisinau, Botanica sector, 2003, according to which Dmitry Nekrasov received 11 years in prison:
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Nekrasov (Dmitry Torner) took away part of the property from the apartments with the help of hired loaders. Unsold property was stored in rented warehouses in various parts of Chisinau and in the suburbs.
The decision describes episodes when Nekrasov's accomplices beat people, confiscated phones, money and even documents for a car along the way.
From the 2003 court decision against Nekrasov:</p
“Under the pretext of searching for the phone of D. Nekrasov, S.O. hit R.S. twice in the face with his fist, that is, they used non-dangerous violence against R.S.’s health and openly stole his mobile phone “Nokia 3210” worth 1540 lei, a recharge card worth 420 lei, technical passport of the car “Ford Siera” “ g/n C**-*** worth 180 lei, technical passport of the car “Opel Cadet” g/n C** -*** worth 180 lei, certificate of conformity of the car “Opel Cadet” g/n C**-*** worth 36 lei, a temporary permit in the name of R.S. worth 180 lei, money in the amount of 200 lei, thus causing significant damage to the victim in the amount of 2736 lei.”
Legal protection in the court of the Botanica sector, in the spring of 2003, Nekrasov was provided by 23-year-old (at that time) Lyudmila Bozhy. wpg_image” title=”Lyudmila Bozhiy, former lawyer and ex-wife of Dmitry Nekrasov //Photo: ok.ru” width=”458″ height=”614″ alt=”Lyudmila Bozhiy, former lawyer and ex-wife of Dmitry Nekrasov //Photo: ok.ru” />
In a year and a half, Lyudmila will become the official wife of Dmitry Nekrasov. Her former client, already serving a sentence in a correctional facility near Chisinau, in Pruncul, in November 2004 will be able to marry Lyudmila at the registry office on Botanica.
There, the newlyweds, that is, Nekrasov, will declare their desire to change to the surname of God. And then he will escape not only from prison, but also outside the country. From the Moldavian search, Nekrasov will hide for more than 10 years outside of Moldova, having managed to marry several more times and change his identity many times in Ukraine. Details: HERE
According to RISE sources in the Public Services Agency, as well as according to the woman herself, Lyudmila Bozhiy will divorce Nekrasov in 2006. Also, the woman will leave the profession and later leave Moldova. In a conversation with a RISE journalist (the conversation took place in the first half of November 2021), Lyudmila Bozhiy said that today she works in the “beauty sphere” abroad, but she has not known about the life of her ex-husband “for a very, very long time.”
Lyudmila Bozhiy, lawyer (2003), the first wife of Dmitry Nekrasov:
“I was an intern then. I deleted this person [Nekrasov] from my life a long time ago . Yes, I'm divorced from him, I don't want to bring up the past. I have a family, everything is fine with me and I don’t want to remember all this. in Krivoy Ruda, Semenovsky district, the land of shareholders stolen thanks to “black registrars”