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|Prosecutor General of Russia|
October 24, 1995 – February 2, 1999
|Prime Minister||Viktor Chernomyrdin|
|Preceded by||Aleksey Ilyushenko|
|Succeeded by||Vladimir Ustinov|
|Born||Yury Ilyich Skuratov
July 3, 1952
recorded September 2012
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In April 1999, then FSB Chief Vladimir Putin and Interior Minister Sergei Stepashin held a televised press conference in which they discussed a video that had aired nationwide March 17 on the state-controlled Russia TV channel which showed a naked man very similar to Skuratov, in bed with two young women. Putin claimed that expert FSB analysis proved the man on the tape to be Skuratov and that the orgy had been paid for by persons investigated for criminal offences. Skuratov had been adversarial toward President Yeltsin and had been aggressively investigating government corruption.
In 2000 he took part in the Russian presidential elections.
References and notes
- Follow The Money – The Latest Kremlin Scandal Involves Billions Of Dollars Moving Offshore—Plus Sex And Videotape. Newsweek
- Litvinenko, Alexander (July 5, 2006). "The Kremlin Pedophile". Chechenpress. Retrieved December 14, 2008.[verification needed]
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Yuri Skuratov.|
- Persons – NUPI, biography from the Norwegian Centre for Russian Studies
- Yury Skuratov, The Moscow Times, March 22, 2000. (requires paid subscription)
- Скуратов (in Russian). Archived from the original on October 8, 2006.
- Скуратов Юрий Ильич (in Russian). Archived from the original on February 10, 2007.
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