Peak hour 11.19.1996 (1996)

Telecast №73445, 1 part, duration: 0:24:00
Production: VID
Anchor:Andrej Razbash

Reel №1

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A guest of the program is a lawyer Yevgeny Myslovsky.

A conversation about the definition of the concept of "mafia" and of organized crime as a socio-political phenomenon.

The financial and economic reasons for contract killings.

Comments on the explosion at the Kotlyakovskoye cemetery on November 10, 1996.

Causes of low crime detection and general trends in the breakdown of the law enforcement system.

Commercial and political benefits of crimes.

Penetration of criminal elements into government bodies.

Legal protection of the economy.

The withdrawal of capital from the country as a specific feature of the Russian mafia.

Why does organized crime benefit from justice?


Myslovskiy E.N. - Professor of the Department of Criminal Law and Process of the Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property (RGAIS), Senior Advisor Justice, Candidate of Juridical Sciences, President of the Anti-Mafia Anti-Organized Crime and Corruption Fund, Member of the Presidium of the National Anti-Corruption Committee.

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