PROFILE

Timeline

Events and ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. 1997 / Case №1: “The Bathing Day” for the Russian Pseudo-Democracy. The Kovalev Case.

    On 19 July 1997, Sovershenno Sekretno (Top Secret) newspaper published a hard-hitting article about the then acting Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation, Valentin Kovalev.

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  2. 2008 / Case №6: Kidnapping Parents. The Irina Belenkaya Case.

    A conflict between the French citizen, Jean-Michel André, and Russian citizen, Irina Belenkaya, concerning the future of their daughter Elisa was actively discussed in the mass media in France and Russia.

    Read more >

  3. 1998 / Case №2: The Murder of General Rokhlin

    General Lev Yakovlevich Rokhlin, a deputy of the State Duma, was murdered on 3 July 1998. It is one the most mysterious murders in the recent history of Russia which is still unsolved.

    Read more >

  4. 2002 / Case №4: “The Blood Tribunal”. The Larisa Lazutina and Olga Danilova Case.

    One of the most scandalous and tragic episodes of the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City in 2002 was excluding of the Russian skier, Larisa Lazutina, from participation in the competitions and further cancellation of the skiing race results of Larisa Lazutina and Olga Danilova.

    Read more >

  5. 2006 / Case №5: The Andrey Sychev Case

    According to Anatoly Kucherena, one of the most gruesome stories in his practice, a tragedy of Russian Army soldier, Andrey Sychev, took place on the night of the 1st January 2006.

    Read more >

  6. 2013 / Case №7:Edward Snowden

    On 12 July 2013, Anatoly Kucherena, together with other rights advocates, arrived in Sheremetyevo Airport to meet Edward Snowden.

    Read more >

  7. The Xerox-Paper Box Case: The Sergey Lisovsky Case

    Boris Yeltsin’s electoral campaign funding in 1996 case. Anatoly Kucherena’s client, Sergey Lisovsky, a large Russian show-businessman, sponsored and headed Boris Yeltsin’s electoral campaign conducted under the slogan “Vote or Lose”.

    Read more >

  8. Lawlessness Encyclopaedia. The Svetlana Ismailova Case

    In mid-April 1998, a series of similar articles was published by some Moscow publishing houses. One of publishing houses was named “Avanta+” and the second one was “Russian Encyclopaedia”. However, those identical articles were signed by different authors.

    Read more >

  9. Marquis de Sade from Bolshaya Cherkizovskaya Street. The Dmitri Karpov Case

    Dmitri Nikolayevich Karpov was an orphan home boy from the senior group. In future, he became so a called “teacher” who fostered and taught neglected children and prevented them from being sent to special boarding schools.

    Read more >

  10. The Most “Illegal” Businessman. The Dmitri Lebedev Case

    On 14 December 1999, the Chertanovo District Court adjudged Dmitri Lebedev guilty and pronounced sentence as imprisonment in a general penal colony for a period of four years.

    Read more >

  11. The Driver Oleg Shcherbinsky Case

    On the morning of the 7th August 2005, Mercedes-500 with the Governor of the Altai Territory, Mikhail Evdokimov, his wife and guard went on the road Barnaul-Biysk at a speed of about 200 km per hour.

    Read more >

  12. Bulldozer vs. Veterans. The Rechnik Settlement Case

    The Muscovites will long remember the history of how the Moscow authorities demolished dwellings in the Rechnik settlement in severe frost in January 2010, giving the key of the street to the veterans who dwelled in them, together with their things, belongingness and pets.

    Read more >

  13. A Schoolteacher in the Guy Fawkes mask. The Alexander Ponosov Case.

    In 2006, a criminal case was initiated in respect of the head-master of a secondary school in the Sepych village, Alexander Mikhaylovich Ponosov.

    Read more >

  14. The Russian Mafia Case. The Iosif Kobzon Case.

    On 9 December 1992, the article named “Under the wing of O.V.” by Larissa Kislinskaya was published in the newspaper “Soviet Russia”.

    Read more >

  15. 2000 / Case №3: A Little Mouse Turns into an Elephant. The Platon Obukhov Сase

    On 11 April 1996, in Russia, Platon Obukov, a Russian diplomat, was arrested on charges of spying for the British secret service. He was advocated by Anatoly Kucherena.

    Read more >

  16. Дело Глеба Агеева: несчастный случай или...?

    В последнее время случаи насилия над детьми приобретали характер эпидемии, причем жестокость родителей – естественных и приемных – ужасает.

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  17. Прощание с Бутыркой

    Вскоре после начала работы Общественной палаты в 2006 году мы вместе с моими коллегами и представителями СМИ посетили два столичных следственных изолятора, в просторечии именуемых Бутыркой и Матросской Тишиной.

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  18. Без Бориса Абрамовича дело не обошлось

    История, как известно, повторяется, только то, что было когда-то трагедией, впоследствии оборачивается фарсом

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BIOGRAPHY

List of cases

2006 / Case №5: The Andrey Sychev Case

Published on: 28 September 2016

According to Anatoly Kucherena, one of the most gruesome stories in his practice, a tragedy of Russian Army soldier, Andrey Sychev, took place on the night of the 1st January 2006. [...]

More >

Без Бориса Абрамовича дело не обошлось

Published on: 28 September 2016

История, как известно, повторяется, только то, что было когда-то трагедией, впоследствии оборачивается фарсом[...]

More >

Прощание с Бутыркой

Published on: 28 September 2016

Вскоре после начала работы Общественной палаты в 2006 году мы вместе с моими коллегами и представителями СМИ посетили два столичных следственных изолятора, в просторечии именуемых Бутыркой и Матросской Тишиной.

[...]

More >

Дело Глеба Агеева: несчастный случай или...?

Published on: 28 September 2016

В последнее время случаи насилия над детьми приобретали характер эпидемии, причем жестокость родителей – естественных и приемных – ужасает.[...]

More >

The Russian Mafia Case. The Iosif Kobzon Case.

Published on: 28 September 2016

On 9 December 1992, the article named “Under the wing of O.V.” by Larissa Kislinskaya was published in the newspaper “Soviet Russia”. [...]

More >

A Schoolteacher in the Guy Fawkes mask. The Alexander Ponosov Case.

Published on: 28 September 2016

In 2006, a criminal case was initiated in respect of the head-master of a secondary school in the Sepych village, Alexander Mikhaylovich Ponosov. [...]

More >

Bulldozer vs. Veterans. The Rechnik Settlement Case

Published on: 28 September 2016

The Muscovites will long remember the history of how the Moscow authorities demolished dwellings in the Rechnik settlement in severe frost in January 2010, giving the key of the street to the veterans who dwelled in them, together with their things, belongingness and pets. [...]

More >

The Driver Oleg Shcherbinsky Case

Published on: 28 September 2016

On the morning of the 7th August 2005, Mercedes-500 with the Governor of the Altai Territory, Mikhail Evdokimov, his wife and guard went on the road Barnaul-Biysk at a speed of about 200 km per hour. [...]

More >

The Most “Illegal” Businessman. The Dmitri Lebedev Case

Published on: 28 September 2016

On 14 December 1999, the Chertanovo District Court adjudged Dmitri Lebedev guilty and pronounced sentence as imprisonment in a general penal colony for a period of four years. [...]

More >

Marquis de Sade from Bolshaya Cherkizovskaya Street. The Dmitri Karpov Case

Published on: 28 September 2016

Dmitri Nikolayevich Karpov was an orphan home boy from the senior group. In future, he became so a called “teacher” who fostered and taught neglected children and prevented them from being sent to special boarding schools. [...]

More >

Lawlessness Encyclopaedia. The Svetlana Ismailova Case

Published on: 28 September 2016

In mid-April 1998, a series of similar articles was published by some Moscow publishing houses. One of publishing houses was named “Avanta+” and the second one was “Russian Encyclopaedia”. However, those identical articles were signed by different authors. [...]

More >

The Xerox-Paper Box Case: The Sergey Lisovsky Case

Published on: 28 September 2016

Boris Yeltsin’s electoral campaign funding in 1996 case. Anatoly Kucherena’s client, Sergey Lisovsky, a large Russian show-businessman, sponsored and headed Boris Yeltsin’s electoral campaign conducted under the slogan “Vote or Lose”. [...]

More >

2013 / Case №7:Edward Snowden

Published on: 28 September 2016

On 12 July 2013, Anatoly Kucherena, together with other rights advocates, arrived in Sheremetyevo Airport to meet Edward Snowden. [...]

More >

2002 / Case №4: “The Blood Tribunal”. The Larisa Lazutina and Olga Danilova Case.

Published on: 28 September 2016

One of the most scandalous and tragic episodes of the Olympic Games in Salt Lake City in 2002 was excluding of the Russian skier, Larisa Lazutina, from participation in the competitions and further cancellation of the skiing race results of Larisa Lazutina and Olga Danilova. [...]

More >

1998 / Case №2: The Murder of General Rokhlin

Published on: 28 September 2016

General Lev Yakovlevich Rokhlin, a deputy of the State Duma, was murdered on 3 July 1998. It is one the most mysterious murders in the recent history of Russia which is still unsolved. [...]

More >

2008 / Case №6: Kidnapping Parents. The Irina Belenkaya Case.

Published on: 28 September 2016

A conflict between the French citizen, Jean-Michel André, and Russian citizen, Irina Belenkaya, concerning the future of their daughter Elisa was actively discussed in the mass media in France and Russia. [...]

More >

1997 / Case №1: “The Bathing Day” for the Russian Pseudo-Democracy. The Kovalev Case.

Published on: 28 September 2016

On 19 July 1997, Sovershenno Sekretno (Top Secret) newspaper published a hard-hitting article about the then acting Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation, Valentin Kovalev. [...]

More >

2000 / Case №3: A Little Mouse Turns into an Elephant. The Platon Obukhov Сase

Published on: 28 September 2016

On 11 April 1996, in Russia, Platon Obukov, a Russian diplomat, was arrested on charges of spying for the British secret service. He was advocated by Anatoly Kucherena. [...]

More >


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