“All the creature comforts.” Self-appointed Urals alpha dog accompanied wish for thieves in law with gun shooting
The police have already seized a pistol from a previously convicted man.
A resident of Asbest did a pistol shooting at the entrance to the city, saying hello to thieves in law. A video of his appeal appeared in Police Ombudsman group in VKontakte.
A man stands on the side of a suburban highway with a pistol in his hand and wishes “the whole thieves’ world all the creature comforts from the city of Asbest” and “the most important things,” after which he shoots towards the forest.
As a law enforcement source told Ura.ru, the man’s identity has already been established - this is some Andrey Kiselev, nicknamed Kisel.
“He positions himself as mafia enforcer for Asbest, although in fact he is just a hooligan,” the source said.
The press service of the Main Directorate of Internal Affairs Ministry for the Sverdlovsk region noted that the report of shooting was recorded in the police station. An investigation team arrived at the shooting scene.
They also confirmed that operatives of the Criminal Investigation Department quickly identified the shooter. The local resident born in 1976 was previously convicted twice under articles Theft and Robbery. The last time he was released from a colony in Ivdel, where he served a five-year term in 1998.
When inspecting the apartment of the shooter, law enforcement officers found a TT traumatic pistol, from which the shooting was made. It turned out that Kiselev has acquired the gun recently and owns it legally. At the same time, the police noted that he had permission for this pistol, but not for demonstrative shooting in places where a large number of vehicles with people drives by. As a result, the gun was withdrawn. It is expected that a decision will be made on the basis of the audit.
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