Ded Khasan's grandson convoyed to Yekaterinburg
The closest relative of two influential thieves in law plans to return to the Urals immediately after his release.
Thief in law Gia Akoev, known by the nickname Gia Sverdlovsky, has been convoyed to the Yekaterinburg detention center No. 1 (SIZO No. 1).
As reported by AIF-Ural, Yekaterinburg is not the final destination for the thief in law.
Before being released in the autumn of 2017, he will serve the remainder of the sentence in a penal colony located in the Kharp village in Yamal.
The outlet notes that a nasty surprise was waiting for him in the Yekaterinburg prison, which is tightly controlled by members of the Federal Penitentiary Service.
According to the CrimeRussia, the 44-year-old Georgian thief in law Georgy Akoev is a nephew of kingpin Timur Sverdlovsky, deceased in 2014, who used to be the ‘enforcer’ of the Sverdlovsk region for a long time, and a grandson of the King of Russian underworld Aslan Usoyan (Ded Khasan) shot in 2013.
Gia Sverdlovsky was crowned in 2008 along with Osetrina, Zura Kutaissky, Vova Zyuzya, and others during a meeting, which was held in Moscow restaurant Zolotoy Slon ('Golden Elephant'). His 'godfathers' are Kostya Gizya, Vagon, Sliva, Vasya Voskres, Ded Khasan, and Yaponchik. In 2016, it was reported that after serving his sentence, Gia Sverdlovsky intends to return to Yekaterinburg, the court of which sentenced him to imprisonment for a group robbery in 2007.
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