As it became known to Kommersant, Kine-Teyolyosdietias Akai Kim Uuly (aka Akai Kine and Sergey Kyniev), who calls himself the spiritual leader of Altai, was arrested in the Moscow region for fraud on an especially large scale. Together with an employee of the central apparatus of the FSB, who has already been convicted, the shaman, according to investigators, stole 55 million rubles. from a businessman, promising to protect him from raiders.
The FSB found out about the scam after a woman contacted her public office and asked to deal with her ex-husband Gleb Trubachev-Gudovich, an information security specialist in the central office of the special services. According to her, the officer with whom she was suing, sharing children and real estate, participated in some kind of commercial showdown in Odintsovo near Moscow. Based on the results of an audit initiated by the head of the FSB’s own security department, Alexei Vertyashkin, a criminal case was opened in the TFR on large-scale fraud (part 4 of article 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) against Captain Trubachev-Gudovich.
After the arrest, the officer, admitting his guilt, concluded a pre-trial agreement on cooperation with the military prosecutor of Moscow. Fulfilling his conditions, the captain said that in the fall of 2020 he was approached by Rais Gabdrakhmanov, whose companies Promstroy LLC and Energopromstroy LLC were building transmission lines. He had a conflict not in connection with construction in Siberia, but at his place of residence in Odintsovo. Some Caucasians, according to the businessman, demanded that their representative be included in the founders of the LLC, and he considered this an attempt at a raider takeover.
Captain Trubachev-Gudovich explained to the investigation that together with his friend Akai Kine, they requested 55 million rubles for the service.
Then a detective was hired to identify the alleged raiders, and Chechen acquaintances convinced them to leave the victim alone. The officer could not provide such services by law, therefore he was charged with part 4 of Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.
The Odintsovo garrison military court considered the case in a special order. Given that the defendant returned 7.5 million rubles. (according to him, the shaman disappeared with the rest of the money) and the intercession of the victim, who noted that he was only saved from problems, the court appointed the defendant three years in prison.
Akai Kine, who calls himself the White ruler and spiritual leader of Altai, was put on the wanted list.
It should be noted that in his homeland the shaman participated in the creation of several organizations, which were later recognized as extremist. He became famous in 2014-2015, after he tried through the court to achieve the re-burial of the so-called Princess of Ukok, a female mummy found during archaeological excavations in Altai. Allegedly, she appeared to the shaman in a dream and demanded that she be returned to her duties of protecting the “lower worlds”. He failed to achieve a result, but the shaman’s judicial epic did not end there: in his next lawsuit, he demanded the return of the “illegally seized” passport and citizenship of the USSR. Another dispute with local authorities occurred with the White Ruler in 2020, after he was not allowed to publicly conduct a “rite of calming the coronavirus”, and a year later, Akai Kine had a conflict with the head of the Altai Republic, Oleg Khorokhordin. After a heated argument at the Altai New Year celebration, the shaman publicly deprived the governor of “his blessing.”
According to Kommersant’s sources, Akai Kine, who is on the federal wanted list, was caught in the Moscow metro. Since the victim paid for the services of the alleged swindlers through a bank in Istra near Moscow, the criminal case against the shaman was entrusted to the city department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The investigator dealing with him refrained from commenting. The shaman’s representatives were not available. However, it follows from the base of the Moscow Regional Court that Akai Kine appealed against the decision of the Istra City Court on arrest twice, but did not achieve release.