Cleanup in Oniani-Dzhangveladze clan: three crime bosses suspended
Reziko Dzhvarsky, Lavasogly Batumsky and Lekso Galsky were targeted.
In the wake of the recent ‘dethronement’ of Teymuraz Churadze (Aleko Shoshiya), the clan of thieves in law led by Tariel Oniani (Taro) and Merab Dzhangveladze (Merab Sukhumsky) decided to get rid of three more of their associates themselves.
Thus, thief in law Koba Akhvlediani (Koba Sukhumsky) beat and stripped the once youngest ‘thief’ Revaz Ubilava (Reziko Dzhvarsky) of the title, calling him "an accidental passenger." It is worth noting that the latter has long been on the verge of being booted from the criminal elite. Four years ago, he was attacked by several people under the leadership of Merab's son, Mzarelua Kiko. First, they wounded Revaz from a traumatic pistol and blow off a part of his ear, and then beat him, relaying the final ‘hi from the ‘thieves.’
Koba Akhvlediani (Koba Sukhumsky)
As it transpired later, it was the revenge of Reziko Dzhvarsky, had earlier, while being only a wannabe, participated in beating local thief in law Ara Muradyan and a mafia enforcer of the city, who died of the beatings, in Armavir.
Squabbling also resulted in an uncertain situation for thief in law, who lived mainly in Odessa, Mindiya Goradze (Lavasogly Batumsky). Initially, he had a beef with Tengiz Khoperiya (Chinka), and then Aslan Kobuladze (Aslan Batumsky) expressed his claims to him directly from correctional colony-40, which is in Kemerovo. The old convict remembered that, in the ‘approach’ to this former Greco-Roman wrestler, his, citizen of the USSR’s, opinion had not been taken into account. In this connection, Kobuladze vowed to have an issue with those who nominated Mindiya and favored him.
Aslan Kobuladze (Aslan Batumsky)
The ‘thievish’ community also had a number of claims against Lekso Logua (Lekso Galsky). Crime lords Matse Gvaramiya (Matsik), Roland Gegechkori (Shlyapa) and Merab Pipiya thought that the best moment to voice them was the recent wedding of Nika Dgebuadze (Nika Gagrinsky) in Istanbul. However, the festive banquet and, as a consequence, strong alcohol intoxication of all participants hampered them from clearly articulating their dissatisfaction with Lekso Galsky. At the same time Shakro Molodoy himself at the global gathering after his return from Spain in March 2015 asked questions about the circular orders that had been passed without his knowledge, in particular, concerning Rovshan Lenkoransky and Georgy Uglava (Takhi), which Logua had signed as well. The latter explained that his name had been written in there by mistake. Despite this, Shalva Ozmanov (Kuso) and David Ozmanov (Dato Krasnodarsky), close to him, left Lekso Galsky ‘in the ranks,’ but made those whom he slandered and shrugged off responsible for his fate.
At the wedding of Nika Dgebuadze
After Logua was liberated, his people decided that he would not be called a ‘thief’ until the Ozmanovs forgave him.
Besides, a row over control over Rostov between Eduard Asatryan (Edik Osetrina) and Nodari Asoyan (Nodar Rustavsky) is gaining traction. Asatryan openly accuses him of the order on Gayoz Zviadadze (Giya Kutaissky). He was killed in April of this year in Turkey. As a result, Edik even beat Rostov's associate of Nodar, and in a telephone conversation he called Osetrina "garbage." After that, the parties began calling ‘thieves’ loyal to them to place the conflict for general consideration.
The capital of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) faces mass protests provoked by the rape of a local woman by a migrant worker from Kyrgyzstan. The criminal was promptly detained. However, the protests turned into riots and attacks on the natives of Central Asia. Representatives of the regional authorities supported the protesters, voicing anti-migrant statements. In Yakutsk, some outlets are closed, and transport communication is partially interrupted. A delegation from Kyrgyzstan arrived to defuse the conflict, but xenophobic sentiments are gaining momentum. Local security officials argue that the situation is under control, and detain violators promptly. Is it revenge for the victim or a surge of Yakut nationalism? The CrimeRussia restored the chronology of events and tried to find out what is happening in Yakutia.
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