Ex-mob Kocho Gogi's alleged killer detained in Georgia
As previously reported, the body of the former thief in law was found with a gunshot wound.
Law enforcers of Georgia detained a 43-year-old man who is accused of murdering 61-year-old Tbilisi resident Gogi Ratiani, also known as Kocho Gogi. Head of the Main Department for combating organized crime of the Central Criminal Police Department of the Georgian Interior Ministry Mamuka Chelidze reports this, Sputnik-Georgia cites.
Recall, Ratiani, who was known as Khatoev, aka Kocho Gogi, was found dead in his own apartment in Tatishvili Street in Tbilisi’s Vera district on Sunday morning.
According to the police, the ex-thief in law was shot dead from a hunting rifle. A few hours later, the attacker was detained. According to the preliminary version, the revenge was a motive of the crime.
At the moment, a case has been initiated under the article Wilful Murder; if convicted, the criminal would face sentence of 7 to 15 years’ imprisonment.
According to reports, Gogi Khatoev used to be a titled thief before he lost his 'crown' for unknown reasons.
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