Court rejected request on return to capital of member of Gaga gang
The Omsk court dismissed the claim of Ukrainian bandit Zaza Cheminava to the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs.
In Omsk, the Kuibyshev district court dismissed the claim of Zaza Cheminava to the regional Ministry of Internal Affairs. In this case, at the time of the claim, Cheminava hoped that he would be allowed to return to his family in Moscow.
However, the Omsk court ruled to dismiss the plaintiff's claims. The reason for this decision was the bad characteristics of the offender from the prison.
As previously reported the CrimeRussia, Zaza Cheminava was a member of a Moscow organized crime gang, headed by Rezo Malaniya. The gang was involved in raids and looting. Their victims are mostly wealthy Muscovites. In addition, on account of OCG is a notorious shootout with law enforcement officers on Kutuzovsky Prospekt. Gang members were convicted in 2007, then Cheminava was sentenced to 12 years in colony.
Recall that last summer OCG members and the kingpin Rezo Malaniya were released on parole. After this, the especially dangerous criminal was deported to Georgia. There, in fact, he found himself without money and a roof over his head. Zaza Cheminava was a friend of Rezo Malaniya, nicknamed Gaga.
On September 21, kingpin Vladimir Vagin, aka Vagon, hanged himself. Two years earlier another thief in law Max Pioner also committed suicide. Vagon's lawyer does not believe in the version of suicide and intends to apply for a forensic medical examination.