Conflict in criminal world: thief Guli defies Osetrina

Conflict in criminal world: thief Guli defies Osetrina
Besik Kvinikhidze, Beso Rustavsky

The dispute between Nadir Salifov and Eduard Asatryan arose because of the former crime boss Besik Kvinikhidze, who is trying to restore his status.

Nadir Salifov (Guli) and Eduard Asatryan (Edik Tbilisi, Osetrina), influential Russian thieves in law, came into conflict with the arrest of Zakhary Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy), who did not leave successors, Ura.Ru reports.

The conflict arose because of the former crime boss Besik Kvinikhidze (Beso Rustavsky), who tried to restore the status by establishing a thieves' order in the Saratov region. Asatryan said that thieves have "a lot of questions" to him. Salifov, in turn, reminded his opponent that thief in law Nodari Asoyan (Nodar Rustavsky), openly called him “trash-cop” for two years, and he knows about it and does not react.

“And yet, I'm talking to you, as an equal. You should either figure it out or not call yourself. Finally, if necessary, I will arrange a meeting for you, where we, the thieves, will put an end to this matter,” said Salifov in a telephone conversation with Asatryan.

Guli proposed to resolve the issue of restoring the status of Beso Rustavsky after he was released from prison. “As for Beso, if he really did so much for the thieves,” then he deserves to be given a hand, and questions can be asked at the meeting after his release,” said Salifov. Discouraged, Asatryan replied that he did not know anything about the achievements of Kvinikhidze.

Kvinikhidze was vetted in the early 2010s. Later, St. Petersburg crime bosses deprived of his status for the fact that he allegedly entered the community fraudulently. Beso kept silent about the conflict in the Butyrka prison in 2006, when he was beaten and removed from the common fund for a scuffle in front of the administration of the institution.

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