A well-known hockey player was detained in Russia: he wanted to move to the USA

In St. Petersburg, the goalkeeper of the Russian national hockey team Ivan Fedotov was detained. He is allegedly accused of evading military service. More about the precedent told the edition of the BBC. According to media reports, operatives of the criminal investigation department and SOBR officers participated in the detention of the goalkeeper. He was about to leave...

Why is the Russian hockey player "Washington Capitals" so cool

Hockey player "Washington Capitals" Alexander Ovechkin last night played his 777th game in the National Hockey League (NHL) and scored 484th goal. Before that, not a single Russian athlete had managed to score so much in the strongest hockey league in the world. Below "Forum" tells those who know almost nothing about ...

Hockey player Voinov arrested in the US wants to return to Russia

The hockey player of the Los Angeles Kings National Hockey League (NHL) club Vyacheslav Voinov, who is in US custody, through his agent announced his intention to return to Russia with his family, reports the Orange County Register. “I have notified the NHL, the League Players Association and Los Angeles that ...

In the US, confirmed the intention to deport the Russian hockey player

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) of the US Department of Homeland Security is trying to obtain the deportation of Russian citizen Vyacheslav Voinov, who plays for the Los Angeles Kings National Hockey League club. This was confirmed by ICE spokesman Virginia Kais. “ICE's decision to place this person in custody and start at ...

Immigration detained Russian hockey player

The US Immigration Service has detained Russian hockey player Vyacheslav Voinov, who was released from prison in late August after a sentence for domestic violence. It is not known when the athlete was detained. On Friday, August 28, he was seen at the location of the Los Angeles Kings, for which he played. Voinov's case should be considered by the immigration court. Los ...

Hockey player Voinov out of American prison ahead of schedule

Russian hockey player Vyacheslav Voinov, who was serving a sentence in an American prison on a case of domestic violence, was released ahead of schedule. In total, the Los Angeles Kings defender spent 45 days out of the 90 appointed by the court. According to American media reports, Voinov served his sentence in a special ...

One and a half thousand Russian-speaking clients are under investigation in the Medicaid case

“Forum” talked with private detective Steve Dudnik, who helped American law enforcement officers to catch Irma Davidian and her clients red-handed. The 52-year-old American woman of Armenian descent helped her clients receive benefits for the poor (even millionaires or very wealthy people). Six people have already been arrested ...

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