The Belarusian fighter of “Azov” bought a plane and two apartments – SMI

Sergey Korotkov, the fighter of “Azov” of the Russian-Belarusian origin, declared a private plane and a million dollars. About it writes “Belarusian partisan”.

According to the Declaration is Short, which got in 2014, a Ukrainian passport, with a salary of less than $3 thousand a month, bought fifteen apartments in Kiev for the total amount of $66 thousand and Czech combat training aircraft “Albatross” for $1.2 thousand. In addition, Short owns a clock for $5 thousand and a pen for $3.6 thousand.

L-39 “Albatross”. Photo: а

In addition to expensive real estate and accessories, the combat veteran is $223 thousand and 135 thousand euros and 500 thousand and $565 thousand are in the possession of a third party. Thus, the fighter of “Azov” declared about a million dollars.

Note, officially Short running head of the Department of protection of objects of strategic purpose in the structure of the police.

Among the Ukrainian media there are suspicions that the money fighter, who in “Azov” commander of intelligence, could “earn” because of corruption in the National guard of the country.

According to the official returns of the publication, Sergey “Malyuta” Short was born in Togliatti (Russia) in 1974, but then moved with his parents to Belarus. In 1992-1994 he served in the Belarusian army, has received a speciality of technical means of intelligence. After military service he entered the school of the KGB. Studied there for 2 years, but was eliminated from the study because of their links with radical groups.

Short is known as one of the leaders of the National socialist society (NSO), one of the largest ultra-right organizations in Russia. Grouping was systematically beaten by foreigners. Short is a cousin of commando Valery Ignatovich, who was sentenced to life in prison for the kidnapping of the ORT cameraman Dmitry Zavadsky. In addition, “Maluta” is considered guilty to involvement in the beating of Belarusian opposition politicians in 1999. In addition, he was also a friend of the nationalist Tesak. With him in 2013, he organized in Minsk a fight with the fans of the football club “Partizan”. Short is also a suspect in an improvised explosive device at the Manege square in Moscow in 2007.

In 2014 year, “Malyuta” moved to Ukraine, where he participated in the war in the Donbass battalion (later regiment) “Azov”, was promoted to the post of commander of the reconnaissance. In October 2015, the leader became established under the police protection Department of protection of objects of strategic purpose.