Welcome, big brother! Arrestees greet Crime Boss of Russia Shakro Molodoy who just joined central prison
The crime lord will be escorted to the colony soon.
The convicts of the Presnensky transit camp (SIZO No. 3 of the Federal Penitentiary Service of the Russian Federation) hail Zakhar Kalashov (Sharko Molodoy), convicted at the end of March. On the relevant video, which the 112 Telegram channel published, one of the prisoners, apparently with the loudest voice, calls on other convicts to greet the ‘big brother’ who joined the central prison. The arrestee wishes Shakro Molodoy "strong health, patience, thief’s fart." And in response, arrestees shout "AUE" and "Life for thieves!"
Recall, on March 29, Kalashov was sentenced to 9 years and ten months of imprisonment. The court found him guilty of two episodes of Extortion committed by a group of people with the use of violence (part 3 of Article 163 of the Criminal Code) committed in 2015-2016. Also, nine of his accomplices were also convicted under the same article; they were jailed for seven years four months to 9 years four months imprisonment.
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