четверг, 10 ноября 2011 г.

PYATNITSKY’S WAY UP FROM DETAINED CAUCASIANS TO THE PRESIDENTIAL ASSISTANT

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The former billionaire Sergei Polonsky has a new patron. That person is Pavel Pyatnitsky, a man of very unusual biography. He suffers from organic brain damage and a number of nervous disorders. In spite of this, Pavel for years headed Liberal Democratic Party youth wing, participated in nationalistic demonstrations called Russkiy marsh (Russian for “Russian march”), and urged to drive guest workers from Moscow. Then, the ardent nationalist selflessly defended people from the Caucasus from law enforcement agencies. And after Russians and Caucasians Pyatnitsky became patron of Sergei Polonsky. Now there is no doubt that the former businessman is well-protected.


 


Forgotten Birthday


Pavel Igorevich Pyatnitsky was born on 3 March 1984 in the city of Barabinsk in Novosibirsk region. However, he stubbornly hides this fact for some reason. Who knows what past sins he is trying to hide, but in all the official biographies, he claims to be a couple of years older and to have been born on 3 February 1982. It should be noted that Pavel many times on purpose stated false information in his biography.


When in 2003 the Ministry of Defense held a massive program of awarding military ranks to members of various political movements more or less linked to the military, Pyatnitsky wormed his way into those given a rank. In fact, he had never been in the army. But his supervisors at Novosibirsk branch of the Liberal Democratic Party were Colonel Evgeny Loginov and Colonel Peter Ilyin. It was they who interceded so that their assistant Pasha was put on the rank-giving lists of the ministry. He was awarded the rank of lieutenant. Pyatnitsky had a photo session in military uniform, and at first it was these pictures he preferred to attach to the biography. But then he quickly rewrote his biography and began calling himself a lieutenant of Justice.


Apparently, Pyatnitsky decided to introduce the change once he got a diploma of Tomsk Institute of Economics and Law, a non-state higher education institution. This peculiar institution offers diplomas via the Internet for $ 700-800. But this was not enough for Pavel. From a certain time, he began to claim having a Ph.D. in philosophical sciences and being a professor of the Academy of Security, Defense and Law Enforcement (ABOP). For years ABOP was notorious for granting ranks and awards for a fee.


This lasted until General Prosecutor's Office intervened in the activities of the Academy. After that Pavel quickly removed all the ABOP-granted titles from his biography.


But instead he added other data. To increase his political weight, he claimed to have served in Novosibirsk region government. In reality Pavel was a member of a regional project called “Youth Parliament. Pyatnitsky twice nominated himself for presidency over this "parliament", but other young members did not approve of his candidacy. It is worth noting that in his hometown many people did not like Pavel. Everyone thought him to be a boor. Therefore, his career started out with difficulty.


Supposedly, he wrote articles for local media, but only as a freelance reporter. But then his soldier-like behavior attracted Colonel Loginov, an ultranationalist who had quite a liking to spirit drinks. In the late 1990s - early 2000s Loginov headed Novosibirsk Division of the Liberal Democratic Party. The young man joined the party and became the colonel’s assistant.


In 1995 Loginov was elected to the Duma as a LDPR member. In 1999 he lost, but in 2002 he received a mandate to replace another member for some time. He took the assistant to Moscow. Almost immediately Pyatnitsky drew everyone’s attention. During a Duma session in June 2003 he broke out in violence and in front of other members started yelling and hitting the wall with his fists. One of the blows fell on the fire alarm button, which set off a loud alarm. Firefighters and FSO officers turned up immediately. The latter had to calm Pavel down.


However, such delirium tremens are not unusual for Pyatnitsky. A month before the incident in the State Duma he had a bout of drinking. On 17 May 2003 he was hospitalized with a typical set of symptoms for a person developing alcoholism including dehydration, alcohol poisoning, and hypovolemia. The latter means reduced blood volume accompanying alcohol withdrawal syndrome.


Such events accompanied the entire political career of Pyatnitsky. He became a fully-fledged alcoholic, with severe mental disorders. According to the ambulance service centre, on 3 March 2006 Pyatnitsky celebrated his real birthday (as opposed the one he states in his biography) in the student dormitory at Moscow State Pedagogical University on Prospekt Vernadskogo. Doctors had to be called on the very first day of partying. Moreover, according to medical data, the fit was provoked by Pavel using strong medications. As a result Pyatnitsky was diagnosed with acute hypotension. This condition occurs in acute heart failure and severe poisoning from alcohol, drugs, or particularly fast-and short-range medicines. The doctors injected the young man the medicines he needed to recover, and he refused to go to hospital.



Apparently, the fun continued afterwards. It was still going on 14 March when the ambulance was again called for Pyatnitsky to the same dorm room. This time the doctors not only diagnosed Pavel, but also listed all his conditions. The list was impressive and included neurological disorders, tremor, encephalopathy, and hydrocephalus.


 


Definitions from a medical dictionary:


Encephalopathy (Enképhalos - the brain and páthos - suffering, disease) is a nonspecific term describing a syndrome affecting the brain. Encephalopathy is characterized by extreme irritability and unmotivated aggression.


Alcoholic encephalopathy is a group of alcoholic psychosis developing in chronic alcoholism. It is characterized by a combination of mental disorders with systemic medical and neurological conditions that are often prevalent in the clinical picture. Chronic alcoholism is an indispensable background for the development of all forms of alcoholic encephalopathies.


There is no way to tell whether encephalopathy and hydrocephalus developed in Pavel when he was a child or when he became an alcoholic, which does happen.


 


AMBULANCE


Date (Aktual) ..... 03 March 06


Code .............. 8916


Phone number .......... 8121850


Surname .......... Pyatnitsky


Name .............. PAVEL


Patronymic ......... IGOREVICH


Age .......... 22


Administrative district .......... WEST


Municipal district ............ Troparevo-Nikulino


Street ............ Prospekt Vernadskogo


House No.............. 88


Building ........... 2


Apartment ......... 319


Other information ... MPGU STUDENT DORMITORY, 4th floor, ROOM 319 \ 8-916-812-18-50


Hospitalization ........ no


Info1 ............ Headache *.


Info2 ............ Hypotension INCLUDING RESULTING from


Info3……..Hypertensive


Info4…….. use of medication


 


Date (Aktual) ..... 14 March 06


Code .............. 8916


Phone .......... 8121850


Surname .......... Pyatnitsky


Name .............. PAVEL


Pantronymic ......... IGOREVICH


Age .......... 23


Administrative district .......... WEST


Municipal district ............ Troparevo-Nikulino


Street ............ Prospekt Vernadskogo


House No.............. 88


Building ........... 2


Apartment ......... 319


Other information ... MPGU STUDENT DORMITORY, 4th floor, ROOM 319 \ 8-916-812-18-50


Hospitalization ........ no


Info1 ............ Headache *.


Info2 ............ Other  NERVOUS conditions, encephalopathy, tremors,


Info3 ............ GIDROTSEFA


Info4 ............ Ischia


 


The shyest blogger


As for the political career of Pyatnitsky, in 2003 he was noticed by Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who has always sympathized with active young people. Sources in the party say that it happened after September 2003 when Pavel went with the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party and a group of active party members on a cruise along the Volga River on the ship Aleksey Vatchenko. On the cruise there were constant drunken parties, orgies, and even firing a machine gun.


Encouraged by such support, in Moscow Pavel immediately declared himself an extreme nationalist. He participated in the organization of a Russian march, during which he held a banner saying "We always defend Russians" (see photo). Meanwhile, he met with another assistant of Loginov, Nikolai Kuryanovich. The two lost touch after Kuryanovich joined DPNI, Movement Against Illegal Immigration. As for Evgeny Valyaev, the leader of skinhead organization, Pyatnitsky has friendly relations with the man to this day. Valyaev is one of the leaders of Russian Obraz, linked to Nikita Tikhonov and Evgeniya Khasis, convicted for the murder of lawyer Stanislav Markelov and journalist Anastasia Baburova.


Moving up the party ladder, in 2005 Pavel became an adviser to Zhirinovsky on youth policy issues, and later he was head of the LDPR leader reception and head of the Party Youth Centre. The climax of his career was getting into the Public Council under the Ministry of the Interior. “Pyatnitsky was on the board completely by accident”, said a source at the Interior Ministry. “Initially, there was no plan for the Council to include representatives of political parties, but at the last moment it was decided to include them. Parties were asked to urgently send a member in and they urgently sent minor clerks, “senior aides to junior janitors”. The United Russia sent Nikita Ivanov, adviser to the presidium secretary; and LDPR sent Pyatnitsky. We made sure that he had no criminal record and made him a Council board member. We did not check members for mental sanity. It turns out, we should have.”


Having become a police consultant, Pavel abruptly forgot his nationalist beliefs. He began to actively help people from the Caucasus living in Moscow. If some of them were arrested for some offense, Pyatnitsky, a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of the Interior, came to the police station here in with a "check" and monitored the conditions in which the arrested Caucasians were placed. Then, mysteriously such Moscow visitors were freed. By the way, among Pavel’s new friends there was Rasul Mirzaev, world champion in MMA. When he was arrested for the murder of a 19-year old student Ivan Agafonov, Pavel Pyatnitsky made several statements defending the athlete, claiming to be his close friend.


Pavel also took up solving minor problems that his clients had with the police. He made friends with law enforcement agencies employees. However, usually they were quite low-ranking officials, personnel of a department.


Along the way, Pyatnitsky was engaged in other social activities. Zhirinovsky is often invited to various events and concerts of Russian chanson singers (Russian chanson is a musical genre covering a range of songs based on the themes of the urban underclass and often criminal underworld). In order not to hurt the artists, he sent Pasha as a representative of the Liberal Democratic Party. As a result, he became a permanent member of drunken parties organized by little-known chanson performers in the club Butyrka (see photo). Group photos, in which drunken member of the Public Council under the Ministry of the Interior is with Serega Volokolamsky, Gena Vyazemsky, and other such singers, are quite ridiculous. Inspired by the romance of the criminal world, the young man even began to write poems about homeless people and convicts.


According to a source in the Liberal Democratic Party, Pavel gladly went as the representative of Zhirinovsky to get-togethers at a higher level attended by officials and businessmen. It was at one of such gatherings, says our source, that Pyatnitsky met Sergei Polonsky. “Pasha is a person who can easily make his way into any society he pleases”, our Liberal Democratic Party source says. “At first, he employed all means to become close to Zhirinovsky, kissing his ass and trying to please him in all ways. Then in a similar way he began to butter up businessmen in the hope to get something beneficial from them. Some, including Polonsky, liked such behavior.”


Pyatnitsky actively involved in blogosphere. First, he searched through all forums for negative references about Zhirinovsky and immediately attacked the authors with curses and promises to “kick their ass”. Then Pavel registered several blogging accounts on LiveJournal, and continued to threaten opponents, which resulted into several scandals.


In summer 2009 the State Duma held a meeting of Minsk universities students with Vladimir Zhirinovsky. One of the participants engaged in a dialogue with the Liberal Democratic Party leader concerning NATO as a threat to Russia. Pyatnitsky was outraged. After the event, he promised “to kick the student’s ass”. The young man wrote about this in his blog (http://msk-2009.livejournal.com/13689.html). Pyatnitsky immediately burst out in more specific threats. He promised to get the student's passport data stated when obtaining a pass to the State Duma, to find him and to solve the issue face to face. Many other LJ users stood up to protect the blogger and began writing derogatory comments to Pyatnitsky. He snapped back with curse words and promised to urinate on enemies (http://msk-2009.livejournal.com/13689.html?thread=47225).


Posts hit the top lists of LJ. The scandal was gaining momentum. And then Pyatnitsky suddenly deleted all his posts and announced that it had been someone who had hacked his computer who wrote all those angry messages.


A similar thing happened in the conflict with Igor Drandin, vice-president of the Democratic Choice NGO. He had an argument with Pyatnitsky on air on RSN over service vehicle flashers. Pavel defends such attributes of the authorities. Then Drandin told the media about threats in his address, expressed in his blog by Pyatnitsky, a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of the Interior. The news quickly spread through the news agencies, and Pavel urgently deleted his posts. The same happened to his posts stating that only a chav could be against the flashers (http://yeenzo.livejournal.com/37625.html). This statement outraged many Blue buckets movement participants who oppose to public servants using emergency flashers (http://sineevedro.ru/tag/%d0%9f%d0%b0%d0%b2%d0%b5%d0%bb-%d0%9f%d1%8f%d1%82%d0%bd%d0%b8%d1%86%d0%ba%d0%b8%d0%b9/).


 Pyatnitsky also deleted his praising post about the dead thief in law Yaponchik. It was not very proper for a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of the Interior to turn a dangerous gangster into an icon.


According to the source in the Liberal Democratic Party, carried away by partying and self-PR, Pyatnitsky almost forgot about the Party's cause. “Despite the seeming recklessness, Zhirinovsky is very demanding leader”, said our source. “Once someone begins to openly ignore his duties, he is instantly expelled regardless of any merit. Recently, among those fired for similar neglect of duty was the spokesperson of Zhirinovsky, of his son Igor Lebedev, and Pyatnitsky, who in the party was nicknamed Pyatnitsa. When he headed the youth wing of the Liberal Democratic Party, it was falling into decay day by day”.  It was a shock for Pavel. After all, he expected to be on the election list of the party, rather than lose the job. Even his blog on LJ was called newdeputat. Pyantitsky made an attempt to argue with the decision of Zhirinovsky, but that only led to the guard not letting him in to the last party congress.


 


President's Executive Office serves passport regime violators


After Pyatnitsky’s expulsion from the Liberal Democratic Party, it became clear that Pavel also had to leave the Public Council under the Ministry of the Interior. And that meant loosing his major income source. Pyatnitsky decided he did not want to leave quietly. In September 2011 he appeared with a check to the police station at Kitay-gorod, a business district of Moscow, and immediately took interest in two detainees. The two were Sahratula Abakarov, a 21-year-old resident of Dagestan, and Murat Gergov, a 22-year-old visitor from Kabardino-Balkaria. A policeman slightly cut the official down to size. The next day Pyatnitsky issued a media statement that he, a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of Interior, was boldly kicked out of the station and threatened with a police gun. There was an inquiry into the matter.


“It showed that Abakarov and Gergiev had been repeatedly detained for violation of passport regulations, and the last time they were taken to the police on suspicion of theft”, source in the Interior Ministry said. “There were no legitimate grounds to set them free. Moreover, police officers demonstrated proper behavior when talking to Pyatnitsky. He was just infuriated that he failed to "solve the problem" of the two Caucasians. He began to demand that the police presented documents that he had no right to inspect as a member of the Public Council.” Pyatnitsky was not on the new list of the Council members, announced in early October 2011.


This time he tried to join the Council as an advisor to Mikhaill Dvorkovich, the president of the Association of Entrepreneurs Novoe Delo. Pyatnitsky was his advisor on relations with the security forces and government agencies. According to the source in the Liberal Democratic Party, as soon as Pavel was expelled from all his posts in the party, he addressed for help Sergei Polonsky, whom he actively supported in the blogosphere and as the Council member. Sergei Yurievich helped Pyatnitsky to get a post with his friend Mikhail, brother of Arkady Dvorkovich, presidential aide on Economic Affairs.


Pavel Pyatnitsky is scrupulous in serving the former businessman, whose main business now is to escape from the defrauded investors. On 19 October he headed a group of Master C private security agency employees who broke into the territory of the residential complex Mirax Park, where homeowners, perturbed by the incompetence and frauds of Polonsky’s entities, had established a homeowner association and signed a contract with Delta Force VV Security Company. Trying to use as supporting point his ID of a member of the Public Council under the Ministry of the Interior, which at that moment was null and void, Pyatnitsky threatened the hired guards with a gun, forcing them to leave the complex and seeking to return Mirax Park under control of Polonsky’s management company. The same had happened in other residential complexes unfinished by Mirax now carrying the name of Nazvanie.net.


Sergei Polonsky's reputation and even more so Pavel Pyatnitsky’s one are long established. They are so stable that it is unlikely that anything can spoil them. This cannot be said about the reputation of the Dvorkovich brothers. Especially Arkady, who by definition is a public figure. A video showing the events on 23 September in Kutuzovskaya Mile is notorious on World Wide Web. The video shows Polonsky grab the cell phone Michael Dvorkovich was talking on and in a totally disrespectful manner, as if to a subordinate, yell into the phone "Arqash [short for Arkady], can you come here, f ** *ing shit!? ". After these pictures in Moscow it is hard to be surprised by events in St. Petersburg, when the same brother of presidential aide calls out via Twitter to the Governor Georgy Poltavchenko saying that "a friend has spent a night at the police station for crossing a road against the red light!" It is outrageous, who would have thought that it was possible in Russia and in St. Petersburg. But whom does the man exactly mean?











The detainee was Nikita Zhuravlev. In the evening of 2 November he and a friend of his crossed Sadovaya Street against the red light. They were caught red-handed by road police, who stopped them and asked to produce their passports. Zhuravlev and his friend responded in swearing. The argument resulted in their arrest and the two were taken to the Police Station no. 2 of Admiralteysky Police Department.


How often do such situations draw attention of the brothers of presidential aides? To be honest, not very often. But Nikita Zhuravlev was taken care of by Pavel Pyatnitsky. The reason is as simple as that: Zhuravlev and Pyatnitsky are advisers to Mikhail Dvorkovich on Novoe Delo and aides to Sergei Polonsky. So it is not an ordinary case, police lawlessness here is outrageous. It was not a commoner who had crossed the road against the red light ..


The Caucasians, whom Pavel Pyatnitsky freed thanks to being a member of the Public Council of the Moscow Interior Ministry, were also no commoners. This time it was not a Caucasian who got arrested, but a colleague of the swindler, so he can be equated to the Caucasians and the right of such person will be defended at the highest level, up to the Kremlin. Pyatnitsky is used to be more equal than the others. Polonsky has strengthened his confidence. Now Mikhail Dvorkovich is doing the same using his brother, the presidential aide.


 


Novosibirsk Region


Pyatnitsky, Pavel Igorevich


Date of birth: 03 March 1984


Passport: 50 00 245 123, issued by Barabinsk city police department, issue date 29 September 2000


Address: 18, GORKOGO MAKSIMA Street Apt. 5, Barabinsk, Novosibirsk region, 632 336


City 1: Barabinsk


Tax identification no (TIN): 545109956106


Date of issue of TIN: 06 June 2001


Date of registration: 06 June 2001


 


 


 


 


OFFICIAL BIOGRAPHY


 


 


Pyatnitsky, Pavel Igorevich


Pyatnitsky was born on 3 February 1982 in Novosibirsk region.


He graduated from the Academy of Public Administration and Tomsk University of Economics and Law. He has a law degree.


He worked as a freelance reporter in two socio-political mass media agencies in Novosibirsk region, and in 1998 won Novosibirsk regional journalists’ competition in the nomination “Best Interview”.


He has been engaged in PR since 2004. He previously worked in Novosibirsk region government.


He is co-chairman and head of Staff of Liberal Democratic Party All-Russian Youth Centre and an advisor to Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the deputy chairman of State Duma since May 2008. Pyatnitsky worked as deputy coordinator of Novosibirsk regional branch of LDPR and assistant to a State Duma deputy.


From 2002 to 2004 he was member of Novosibirsk Region Youth Parliament and a member of the Youth Parliament Council. Since January 2005 he has been advisor to Vladimir Zhirinovsky on youth policy. In February 2006 Pyatnitsky became head of V. Zhirinovsky’s reception. In October 2006 he was appointed chief of Staff of the Liberal Democratic Party all-Russia Youth Centre and Vladimir Zhirinovsky's adviser on relations with law enforcement agencies.


Since May 2008 Pyatnitsky has been co-chief of Staff of the All-Russian Youth Centre Liberal Democratic Party, advisor to the deputy chairman of the State Duma Vladimir Zhirinovsky, and a voting member of the district Electoral Commission No. 14.


Russia National Committee for Public Awards awarded him St. Aleksander Nevsky "For services and personal contribution to the development and strengthening of the Russian Federation" with the award of a gold medal. He was also awarded the badge "All-Russian Census - 2002", a commemorative medal “Russian State Duma 10 years (1994-2004)”, a commemorative medal 100 years anniversary of the establishment of the State Duma.”


Pyatnitsky has honourary certificates of Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov "For contribution to the development of youth parliamentarism in Russia", Russian President Vladimir Putin "For active participation in the implementation of youth policy in the Russian Federation", Federal Security Service, Minister of Interior of Russia Boris Gryzlov, and Novosibirsk region Governor V.A. Tolokonsky.


Pyatnitsky has a broad range of interest among which he particularly likes psychology, philosophy, and tourism. He practices melee combat, collects symbols of Russian political parties, writes poems and lyrics.


He is married.


 


 


SMALL touches to the FOCUS portrait


 


On 3 July 2003 the police received a claim from Pavel Igorevich Pyatnitsky born in 1984 and registered at 27/1, Mitinskaya Street, apt. 371. Pyatnitsky is an assistant to E.YU. Loginov, State Duma Deputy from the Liberal Democratic Party. Pyatnitsky claimed that on 3 July 2003 from 6 p.m. to 6.40 p.m. from a corridor in State Duma building at 2, Georgievsky Pereulok unknown persons stole 4 boxes with copybooks for pupils, 350 items in each.


     The boxes were left unattended near the office № 531.


      Material damage caused is 3,000 rubles.


 


 


AMBULANCE


 


Date (Aktual) ..... 16 May 03


Phone number.......... 7518556


Surname .......... Pyatnitsky


Name .............. PAVEL


Patronymic ......... IGOREVICH


Age .......... 20


Administrative district .......... NORTHWEST


Municipal district ............ MITINO


Age .......... 20


Street ............ Mitinskaya street.


House No .............. 27


Building ........... A


Apartment ......... 371


Other information... CODE 371


Hospitalization ........ DISCLAIMER


Info1 ............ ABDOMINAL PAIN, vomiting, diarrhea


Info2 ............ Amebiasis


Info3 ............


Info4 ............ Monkeypox


 


Date (Aktual) ..... 17 May 03


Phone number .......... 7518556


Surname .......... Pyatnitsky


Name .............. PAVEL


Patronymic ......... IGOREVICH


Age .......... 20


Administrative district .......... NORTHWEST


Municipal district ............ MITINO


Age .......... 20


Street ............ Mitinskaya street.


House No .............. 27


Building ........... A


Apartment ......... 371


Other information ... A 371


Hospitalisation ........ YES


Info1 ............ Abdominal pain and diarrhea. Food poisoning, abdominal pain


Info2 ............ Amebiasis


Info3 ............ Hypovolemia, dehydration


Date (Aktual) ..... 03 March 06


Code .............. 8916


Phone number .......... 8121850


Surname .......... Pyatnitsky


Name .............. PAVEL


Patronymic ......... IGOREVICH


Age .......... 22


Administrative district .......... WEST


Municipal district ............ Troparevo-Nikulino


Street ............ Prospekt Vernadskogo


House No.............. 88


Building ........... 2


Apartment ......... 319


Other information ... MPGU STUDENT DORMITORY, 4th floor, ROOM 319 \ 8-916-812-18-50


Hospitalization ........ no


Info1 ............ Headache *.


Info2 ............ Hypotension INCLUDING RESULTING from


Info3……..Hypertensive


Info4…….. use of medication


 


Date (Aktual) ..... 03/14/06


Code .............. 8916


Phone number .......... 8121850


Surname .......... Pyatnitsky


Name .............. PAVEL


Pantronymic ......... IGOREVICH


Age .......... 23


Administrative district .......... WEST


Municipal district ............ Troparevo-Nikulino


Street ............ Prospekt Vernadskogo


House No.............. 88


Building ........... 2


Apartment ......... 319


Other information ... MPGU STUDENT DORMITORY, 4th floor, ROOM 319 \ 8-916-812-18-50


Hospitalization ........ no


Info1 ............ Headache *.


Info2 ............ Other  NERVOUS conditions, encephalopathy, tremors,


Info3 ............ GIDROTSEFA


Info4 ............ Ischia


 


 


Flights of 2006


 


Departure date: 14 December 2006


Airline: TRANSAERO


Departure Time: 00:26


Flight number: 107


Time of arrival: 22:45


Departure Airport: Moscow (Domodedovo)


Airport arrival: Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo)


Document presented: passport


Document number: 5004 453827


Name, Group, other: Pyatnitsky, PAVEL IGOREVICH


 


Alcoholic encephalopathy is a group of alcoholic psychosis developing in chronic alcoholism. It is characterized by a combination of mental disorders with systemic medical and neurological conditions that are often prevalent in the clinical picture. Chronic alcoholism is an indispensable background for the development of all forms of alcoholic encephalopathies. Alcohol abuse in alcoholic encephalopathy varies from 6-7 to 20 years or more. In women, alcoholic encephalopathy may develop earlier.


Alcoholic encephalopathy usually develops at the end of the second and third stages of chronic alcoholism with prolonged abuse of alcohol continuing for weeks or months. Often alcoholic encephalopathy comes as a result of everyday drinking that lasts for years.


 


Legendary flash mob.


A person under the nickname beri_llii angered Pavel Igorevich Pyatnitsky. Beri_llii’s friends joined in and Pavel Pyatnitsky promised "to twirl all their sense of justice on the dick". All and everyone are asking Pavel Pyatnitsky not to use foul language.

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