AKA Ivan Petrovitsj Rybkin
Birthplace: Semigorovka, Voronezh, Russia
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Executive summary: Russian candidate missing for days
Disappeared mysteriously on 5 February 2004, only to reappear four days later, accusing parties unknown of drugging him and having him perform unseemly or "revolting" acts on videotape. He said the kidnapping happpened as part of his unsuccessful attempt to meet Chechen rebel leader Aslan Maskhadov in Kiev.
Wife: (married, two daughters)
University: Volgograd Institute of Agriculture
Professor: Volgograd Institute of Agriculture (1970-87)
Deputy Prime Minister of Russia 1998
Famous Missing Persons
Appears in articles:
The Economist, 14-Feb-2004, DETAILS: Russia's magical realism -- One Hundred Hours of Solitude -- Death, disappearance, and mystery (p.47, one page)
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