Thief in law Aslan Batumsky put in isolator ahead of his deportation to Georgia
The thief in law should be deported from the country soon, as he was declared persona non grata in Russia.
Aslan Kobuladze, recently released from the Kemerovo colony thief in law, was placed in an isolator of the Kemerovo temporary detention center for migrants. It is reported that soon the kingpin should be deported from the country, but now his legal position is ambiguous.
"This decision was made in connection with the ambiguity of the position of this citizen," the law enforcement agencies explained.
Despite this, there is unconfirmed data that 51-year-old Aslan Batumsky has already left the Kemerovo region and, possibly, even was deported.
On February 16 Aslan Kobuladze was released from Kemerovo IK-40. Under the decision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the thief in law should be deported as an undesirable person in Russia. Most likely, he will be sent to Georgia.
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