Azerbaijani authorities deny information about extradition of mob Guli

Azerbaijani authorities deny information about extradition of mob Guli
Nadir Salifov (Guli)

State authorities have refuted the house arrest of the thief in law.

The Ministry of Justice of Azerbaijan has denied that influential thief in law Nadir Salifov, known as Guli, was deported or extradited to Baku. Information that he is under house arrest in the department also questioned, Sputnik reports. As explained by the Ministry of Justice, it is possible that Guli is in Baku, but certainly not under house arrest. There has to be charges against Nadir Salifov for committing a new crime, but there is no. The official bodies of Azerbaijan could not demand his extradition.

The State Migration Service said it did not have information about the deportation of Salifov. Most likely the thief in law voluntarily arrived in Azerbaijan.

Recall that in October 2017, Guli was released from the Azerbaijani colony after 22-year imprisonment and immediately left the country, first to Georgia, and then to Turkey. In early December 2018, Turkey allegedly extradited the mob to Azerbaijan. According to local media reports, Salifov is under house arrest in Baku.

On the eve, the thief in law met with guests in the apartment. Allegedly, only friend could visit him.

Note that the Russian side demanded his extradition. At the end of last year, the Presnensky Court of Moscow and the Samara District Court arrested in absentia Salifov on charges of Kidnapping (Article 126 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) and Extortion (Article 163 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). Given that Lotu Guli is one of the most influential criminal authorities in the post-Soviet space, his placement in a Russian prison could trigger a new illegal war. Moreover, earlier the mob did not accept the results of the appointment of 54-year-old Oleg Shishkanov (Shishkan), as the Russian crime lord.

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