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18CR00258

United States vs. Babichenko, et. al., 1:18-CR-00258-EJL

Defendants:

  • Pavel Babichenko
  • Piotr Babichenko
  • Timofey Babichenko
  • Kristina Babichenko
  • David Bibikov
  • Mikhail Iyerusalimets
  • Anna Iyerusalimets

Case Summary: 

From approximately 2008 through 2018, Pavel Babichenko, Piotr Babichenko, Timofey Babichenko, Kristina Babichenko, David Bibikov, Mikhail Iyerusalimets, and Anna Iyerusalimets, along with other known and unknown conspirators, engaged in a scheme to purchase counterfeit electronic goods—primarily Apple iPhones and Samsung cellular products—which they then resold as genuine and new through online platforms such as Amazon and eBay. The defendants operated over a hundred separate business entities to sell their counterfeit goods online to thousands of customers. 

Questionnaire:

If you believe you may have been a victim of this fraud scheme, please complete and email this Questionnaire to rrpaid133@fbi.gov.

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Trial:

The re-trial in this case is set to begin May 16, 2022, at 9:30 AM in the Federal Courthouse in Boise, Idaho, for seven defendants (Pavel Babichenko, Piotr Babichenko, Timofey Babichenko, Kristina Babichenko, David Bibikov, Anna Iyerusalimets, Mikhail Iyerusalimets).

Resources:

Victim-Witness brochure: Federal Victim Witness Assistance Program

District of Idaho Victim-Witness Program Information: https://www.justice.gov/usao-id/victim-witness

Justice Department Large Case information:  https://www.justice.gov/largecases

Press Releases:

August 23, 2018 Press Release

Court Documents:

Indictment

Contact Information:

For further information about this case, please contact the Mega Victim Case Assistance Program (MCAP) at (844) 527-5299 or e-mail USAEO.MCAP@usdoj.gov and reference the “Babichenko” case.

Please do not call the U.S. Attorney’s Office as we do not have the personnel resources to manage high volumes of calls.

The public is reminded that an indictment contains only charges and is not evidence of guilt. The defendants are presumed innocent and are entitled to a fair trial at which the government has the burden of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

 

Updated September 23, 2021

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