FBI detained Armenian thief in law Pzo
The Armenian thief in law Armen Kazarian, known in the criminal world, under the nicknamed Pzo, was arrested in the United States. At the moment, there is very little information on the detention, but we know that claims about criminal boss emerged in the FBI.
According to the Shamshyan.com, a group of five lawyers are now engaged in clarifying the reasons for Kazarian’s detention.
Armen Kazaryan went to the States in 1996 and settled there so tightly that even organized his gang there. The gang engaged in money laundering, forgery of credit cards and illegal distribution of tobacco products was acting on the territory of the New York and Los Angeles. Pzo became the person of interest in the criminal case and was subsequently convicted by a federal court in New York's Southern District on 37 months of arrest, a fine of 60 thousand dollars, and the confiscation of property, including a house worth 600 thousand dollars in California.
Evidence of Solntsevskie leaders’ acquaintance with State Duma deputy and Hero of Russia Vladimir Shamanov and Lokomotiv trainer Yury Syomin was photos of them together, obtained by Spanish investigators from the smartphone of one of the gang leaders Arnold Spivakovsky (Tamm), who was arrested in the Costa del Sol last year in the framework of the police operation dubbed Oligarch.