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Yesterday, after I wrote about Assertive Minneapolis Properties LLC and all the entities and individuals linked to that scuzzball operation, extensive information came from the same credible source(s) about an even more troublesome entity in North Minneapolis, Proton Investments Inc.
Cutting right to the chase, click here to check out this "bubble chart" meticulously compiled by my source. This info was more or less gifted to me and I'm simply promulgating it. I was not responsible for compiling it nor for any assertions it might make. Click here for an explanatory document about the bubble chart. This contains much the same information, only in a different form.
Proton has been the subject of prior coverage on this blog on a number of prior occasions; that is to say, Proton and some of their...
...sleezeball tenants. And when I say "tenants" I mean suspected and/or reported tenants in those instances where the names are coming off criminal complaints and/or the jail roster.
I'm not saying all Proton Investments Inc tenants are sleezeballs, I'm just saying I've never heard of one that WAS NOT.
Click here for previous blog article, and also here; go ahead and click here if you feel like it; don't stop now why don't you go ahead and click here, also; and here's one more article for DESSERT, click here.
The photo above, taken from the Proton Investments Inc. Facebook page, (click here to view it but you won't have any luck unless you have a Facebook account) shows two individuals associated with Proton who are posing with Luther Kruger, head of the Minneapolis Police Problem Properties Director. I imagine they have conversations with that guy frequently enough. Kruger is in the middle, the two men to either side are Andrey Sokurek and Alex Delendik.
My source goes further and says more about those Eastern European names, but JNS blog awaits for further proofs on those assertions.
Proton is, in a word, SCARY.
(JNS Blog notes: It was my intention to "data dump" the contents of the second document at the end of this document, but I'm having technical difficulties copying and pasting due to the large size of the article. I will get these problems solved and feed the hungry Googlebots later)