121. Mysteries of the Gold of the Communist Party

Andrey Kalinins film is an exploration of mysterious disappearance of the notorious stores of gold of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union the gold of the party. When bolshiviks took the power first thing they transferred the treasury of the tsars to western banks: Trotsky got 80 millions dollars, Zinoviev 75 millions franks, Lenin got 70 millions franks and Dzerzhinsky got 75 millions franks.In the autumn of 1991 Eltsin came to power and found out that the safes were empty, reports on financial activity of the USSR abroad and the accounts of the Communist Party disappeared Then followed a number of mysterious suicides of officials. Nikolay Kruchina, the head of administration of the Communist Party fell out of the window on 28 August 1991; his successor Georgy Pavlov committed suicide on 6 October; 11 days later Dmitry Lisovolik, the head of USA Section of the international department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party. All of them were the key persons connected with the Secretary of the Central Committee Valentin Falin. The number of mysterious suicides of former officials amounted to 1746 within the period from August to October 1991 in Russia. About the same number of joint ventures were registered. The schemes of money transfers were created in the heart of KGB. Secret receipts were found in the archives of the Central Committee of the Communist Party in the course of investigation: I, the member of the Communist Party of the USSR, hereby undertake to maintain the facilities of the Party entrusted upon me. Approximately 600 bank accounts were revealed in Russia and about 500 abroad. Corporate group SIABEKO was incorporated in Switzerland for the facilities of the party, KGB and the Main Intelligence Directorate. The head of the corporate group was Boris Berstein, an expatriate from Odessa. Colonel Dmitry Yakubovsky made a meteoric carrier and joined one of the KGB groups in 1989, who is now a well-known attorney. Egor Gaidar entered into a sensational agreement with an American private detective agency KROLLA to investigate and gather information on monetary assets and funds of the Russians abroad. Within three months the report was submitted to Gaidar, which later disappeared. Some thirty prominent politicians were included in the list of accounts:Commentary: Valentin Falin the Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party; Valentin Pavlov the Chairman of the Ministers Board of the USSR; Artem Tarasov an entrepreneur, Oleg Sheinin a member of Politbureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party; Sergey Aristov ex-head of the General Prosecutors Office of RF; Pavel Voshchanov Eltsins press secretary; Alexander Dobrovinsky attorney; Valentin Stepankov the General Prosecutor of RF; Yuri Skuratov the General Prosecutor of RF; Vladimir Shumeiko First Vice Prime Minister; Valery Streletsky the head of the political housecleaning department at the Presidential Security Department; Georgy Sattarov the Presidents assistant; Gennady Bourbouolis the state secretary of the RF; Alexander Rutskoi Vice-president of the RF; Roman Shleinov the head of investigation department of the newspaper Novaya Gazetta; Anatoly Kulikov the Minister of Internal Affairs.