About 40 thieves in law used to operate in Kiev
The First Deputy Head of the National Police of Ukraine states this.
The First Deputy Head of the National Police of Ukraine and the Head of the Criminal Police, Vyacheslav Abroskin, says that up to 40 thieves in law could live and operate in Kiev, Segodnya reports. According to Abroskin, all of Ukraine is divided between mobs by regions, and they are controlled from outside the country.
Abroskin stressed that a large number of thieves in law came to Ukraine after the outbreak of war in the east of the country. He associated an increase in the number of crimes, including grave and especially grave ones, with mobs.
The First Deputy Head of the National Police also noted that businessmen, deputies and even law enforcement officers negotiate with “some thieves in law”. As an example, he cited the gathering that Andrey Nedzelsky, also known as Nedelya, organized in Kiev. “People’s deputies of various levels, factory directors, businessmen and even... representatives of some law enforcement agencies asked for an appointment!” said Abroskin.
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