Dato Agdzhabedinsky expelled from Ukraine twice in three months detained in Kiev once again
Police of the Kiev region have detained thief in law Dato Agdzhabedinsky (Dzhavid Mamedov), who had been previously expelled from the country with a three-year ban on entry.
This is reported by First Deputy Head of the National Police of Ukraine Vyacheslav Abroskin via his Facebook page.
According to General Abroskin, the liberal Ukrainian legislation draws thieves in law “like bees to a honey pot.” Apart from Dato Agdzhabedinsky, the Deputy Head of the National Police mentioned Paata Kutaissky, Lasha Svan, Kutsa, Nodar Rustavsky, and Antimos as the most active ‘visitors.’
Detention of Dato Agdzhabedinsky
It is noteworthy that the 33-year-old Dato Agdzhabedinsky, who had been previously banned from entering Ukraine, is not desisting from its efforts to return. In early July, he was detained by police officers of the Lvov region and was immediately expelled from Ukraine, because he had been deprived of the right to enter the country for a period of 3 years back during his last ‘visit’ in the spring of 2018.
Crowned in 2013, the thief in law was detained by Ukrainian security officials in Kiev on May 5 after he had illegally crossed the Ukrainian border.
It was reported that Mamedov came to organize a system of extortion from wholesale markets and strengthen his influence in Ukraine, appointing his underbosses in each region. Last fall, Rosbalt reported that enlisting the support of Abkhazian thief in law Raul Bartsba (Pyza) and Greek clan represented by the influential thieves – David Sebiskveradze (Dato Kutaissky), Lasha Dzheladze (Racha), and Zaza Ambroladze (Zaza) – Dato Agdzhabedinsky became the head of the thieves’ clan opposing the clan of thief in law Nadir Salifov (Guli). The envoys of the latter became active in a number of Ukrainian regions last year when the influential Azerbaijani thief in law was released from a Baku prison and settled in Turkey.
A native of Grozny Lors Khamiev, who has served several years for preparing an attempt on Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov, has been arrested by court along with another defendant. They have already been charged with the murder of Azerbaijani Garib Orudzhev during the night of February 15.
The high-profile shootout in Oko Tower in November 2017 – at least, 40 gunshots were fired there – has led to unexpected consequences a year later. Seven high-ranked investigators of the Main Investigations Directorate in the City of Moscow of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (ICR) have submitted a collective resignation letter, and the inquest into the incident in Moscow City International Business Center was resumed. In fact, this chain of events resembles another firefight that had occurred in 2015 near Elements Restaurant on Rochdelskaya street, Moscow and also resulted in a number of high-profile criminal cases against senior ICR officials and incarceration of ‘thief № 1’ Shakro Molodoy.