Source Pravda.Ru

LUKoil top official kidnapped

First Vice President of the LUKoil giant Sergey Kukura was kidnapped, asource in the company reported to RosBusinessConsulting. This morning aMercedes company car with Kukura was stopped for a document check at arailroad crossing by people in military uniforms and masks and withKalashnikov machine-guns. Those people handcuffed Kukura's driver andbodyguard and drove away with Kukura in a car with blew plates, which meansthat it belongs to the Russian Interior Ministry. Several hours later, thedriver and the bodyguard found themselves in a forest in the Mercedes.According to LUKoil officials, they were given anesthetic shots. Law enforcement institutions were informed of the incident right away.Kukura is a top official of LUKoil, who has access to confidentialinformation, some of which are even state secrets. .

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