Andrey Nedzelsky, a 49-year-old native of the Sambir district, known in the status of the so-called thief in law, nicknamed “Nedelya” / “Lvovsky”, seeks to recognize the information disseminated about him by the Minister of Internal Affairs Denis Monastyrsky as unreliable and violating personal non-property rights. Information about this is contained in the materials of the judicial register and on the portal “Judicial Power”, writes Detective-Info.
It follows from them: in mid-February 2022, Nedzelsky’s side applied to Themis’ Pechersk Palace with a claim for the protection of honor, dignity, business reputation and the obligation to refute false information. The defendant in the proceedings, which is at the stage of preparatory consideration, was determined by the court to be the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
Representatives of “Lvovsky” demand from the department a refutation of the information, which was announced on November 10, 2021 after the completion of the meeting of the National Security and Defense Council by the then Minister Denis Monastyrsky.
In particular, Nedzelsky was outraged by the briefing fragment dedicated to him, where the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (analyzing the impact on the situation in Ukraine of the introduction of sanctions against criminal elements and the addition of “anti-villainous novels” to the Criminal Code) stated the following: “One of the brightest thieves in law who believed that the state was their own enterprise, Nedelya. Law enforcement officers established his criminal connections, including with officials, he set up a scheme to embezzle budgetary funds. The state has lost, according to officially established data of experts, more than 30 million a year ago, Nedelya was deprived of any leverage on the criminal environment in Ukraine, he was declared suspected of committing a premeditated murder, and today he is hiding outside of Ukraine“.
Previously on the pages of Detective-Info reportedthat since the spring of 2020 Andrei Nedzelsky has been put on the wanted list on suspicion of committing a daring murder of crime boss Alexander Semyonov, nicknamed “Katsap” in the fall of 2009 in the center of Kyiv (pp. 6, 12). article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). Additionally, the thief in law is also charged with illegal circulation of weapons (part 1 of article 263 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) and the use of forged documents (part 4 of article 358 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).
In March 2022, Nedelya was detained by Italian law enforcement officers, but as of November last year, the worthy was at large. The Ukrainian side is seeking the extradition of the worthy man to his homeland, but the Italians have not yet made a final decision on this issue.