Wanted man: 'Little Taiwanese' and his big role in an Olympics scandal
MOSCOW -- The dachas in Peredelkino still provide precious escape for Russia's privileged few.
The country homes among the towering pines in the village southwest of Moscow sprang from an estate once owned by relatives of Peter the Great.
In Soviet times, Boris Pasternak, the Nobel Prize-winning author of "Doctor Zhivago," lived here along with dozens of writers and artists -- all by design so Russia's authoritarian leaders could keep a watchful eye and discourage dissent.
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SKATING FROM JUSTICE
He is an alleged mobster under indictment for fixing two skating competitions in the 2002 Olympics. He socializes with Russia's glitterati and elite athletes. He is defiant and says he has never fixed a sports event. Meet Alimzhan Tokhtakhounov, a wanted man skating from justice.
WATCH OTL (SUNDAY, 9:30 a.m. ET, ESPN)• ESPN's John Barr talks to Alimzhan Tokhtakhounov, also known as "Little Taiwanese," who the FBI considers a major player in the Russian mafia and a fugitive from American justice. Watch
MORE FROM 'OUTSIDE THE LINES'• Watch extra footage from John Barr's exclusive inteview with Jamie Salé and David Pelletier, the famed skating pair who have tried to move on from the 2002 Olympic judging scandal. Watch
• Current Interpol "Wanted" notice on Tokhtakhounov, which was reissued this month. Read