The origin of the income of the deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Perm Territory Ilya Lisnyak raises questions among many, except for law enforcement agencies
The legal business of a deputy does not cover all personal expenses, especially since all “his” firms are run by relatives or partners. Lisnyak does not have a single legal entity, there is no individual entrepreneur status, and even self-employed.
The only thing everyone is sure of is that the main interests of the deputy are in the shadow sector of the economy, since his expenses are dozens of times higher than official income. For example, in “his” agency “Kulich” he received from 2015 to 2017 official payments of only 660 thousand rubles. In subsequent years, no official payments were made to Lisnyak. Meanwhile, he regularly changes premium cars, paid off his mortgage in a luxury home ahead of schedule. We will state the facts, and you yourself decide what type of “business” (more precisely, the article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) they are more suitable for.
Ilya (at that time Shikhov) started by renting out servers, but as a result of many clients he threw away and, in order not to spoil his political future, changed his last name to Lisnyak, and also took advantage of the law on the right to be forgotten.
Since December 03, 2015, he has been marked with the letters “FT” in the card file of the Central Bank (meaning that the person was engaged in the legalization of criminal proceeds). Classmates claim that among them and acquaintances, Ilya recruited drops for cashing out. Moskovsky Komsomolets described how another co-founder transferred 24 million rubles as a loan to the account of Permgazobeton LLC (co-founder is Lisnyak’s wife, Alina). Journalists claim that this money was sent to imitate work, and then simply withdrawn through shell companies.
Another scheme is from the housing sector. The management company issues invoices to residents for supposedly performed work, which they pay to a fake contractor. The contractor cashes out the money and transfers the cash to the beneficiaries. This is exactly what Mark Korobov (Lisnyak’s partner) is doing as a contractor with Vladimirsky Management Company. Law enforcement agencies are currently investigating. It is possible that Ilya Lisnyak is the beneficiary of the scheme. Only the protection of selfish interests can explain his raids on the head of the regional IGZHN Alexander Evsyukov, who learned how to deal with this criminal scheme: the inspection fixes the failure to complete the work, and then issue an order to return the money to the deceived tenants.
In 2013, Lisnyak met Artem Feoktistov, the creator of the Perm Active VKontakte public. Becomes an investor, and by 2016 – the owner of the public. Then Feoktistov is sent to a colony for three and a half years for possession of drugs.
Feoktistov convinces the investigators and the court that the consignment allegedly confiscated from him (49 ecstasy tablets) was intended for personal needs. The beneficiary of this planting was Lisnyak. One can only guess: was Feoktistov used as a drug courier or simply set up to “squeeze out” the largest (at that time) public in the Perm Territory? However, the fact is that Artem did not betray anyone and after his release he returned to Lisnyak as a hired worker.