Car of killed thief in law Rovshan Lenkoransky delivered to Baku
Jeep Range Rover, in which August 18, 2016 in Istanbul Azerbaijani thief in law Rovshan Dzhaniev was shot, was brought to his summer home.
Until recently, the car was in Istanbul in connection with the investigation of the murder of Dzhaniev, the site unikal.org informs.
Rovshan Lenkoransky was one of the most influential thieves in law of the last decade. He was killed on the night of August 18, 2016 in Istanbul. The killers shot his car from the assault rifles. The driver died on the spot, Dzhaniev was taken to hospital in a serious state, he later died.
The body of the kingpin was brought home to Azerbaijan. It was reported that thousands of people met the plane with the Dzhaniev's body at the Baku airport. Rovshan Lenkoransky was buried with thieves' honors. A funeral was also visited by hundreds of people.
August 18, 2017 on the grave of thief in law there was installed a five-meter monument, which was ordered by his brother, Namik Dzhaniev. The sculpture in full growth was made in India and delivered to Baku via Turkey.
The murder of the thief in law remains officially undisclosed. There were several versions of who benefited from the murder of the kingpin, who was called the main enemy of Aslan Usoyan (Ded Hasan).
Immediately after the murder, information appeared that he was killed by Turkish Kurds as a revenge for Ded Hasan. Dzhaniev was considered the customer of the murder of Usoyan. Later, the associates of Shakro Molodoy - Vasily Khristoforov (Vasya Voskres), Yuri Pichugin (Pichuga) and Lasha Shushanashvili (Lasha Rustavsky) - were suspected of organizing the murder of the Lenkoransky.
In January 2017, thief in law Rashad Ismailov (Rashad Gandzhinsky) announced that Lenkoransky was killed on his orders, as a response to the murder of businessman Dzhambulat Shamil-oglu in the spring of 2016 in Moscow. Shamil-oglu controlled most of the green market in the suburbs. The investigation found that Rovshan Lenkoransky really organized the murder, since he also had interests in this business.
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