Godson of Rovshan Lenkoransky expelled from Russia
According to the source of the CrimeRussia, Chia is holding his way to Turkey, where one of his godfathers was killed.
As it became known, in the days from Russia to Georgia the godson of the killed thief in law Rovshan Dzhaniev (Lenkoranski) Lasha Barateli, known in the criminal world under nickname Chia, was forcibly deported. It is interesting that the Georgian authorities, soot thieves in law for a decent life just for the presence of the crown, have not any reported on the detention of the thief in law or the charges against him. According to the source of the CrimeRussia Chia keeps his way to Turkey, where one of his godfathers was killed.
Recall that Chia was arrested by St. Petersburg operatives in the development of poetic drama about salvation of his friend – the kingpin. It happened at the end of June. Then, in the northern capital, it was detained a sidekick of Barateli Sergo Tsotshalashvili, known in the criminal world as Zura Kakhetian. When hearing this, he rushed in all haste to rescue his friend. Men friendship led Chia exactly to the building of the Main Investigation Department of St. Petersburg on the Kosygin prospect, where he was identified and arrested by operatives on the violation of the migration regime. His fellow detainee, meanwhile, was released after the carrying out of preventive conversation.
Barateli and Tsotshalashvili were crowned at the Turkish meeting in 2014 by Georgian thieves, close to Rovshan Dzhaniev. As reported by an informed source, Lasha originally supported Ded Hasan's gang, headed by Merab Mzarelua, expecting to receive the crown from them. However, tired of waiting for the longed-for crown, he had gone over to the enemy camp, where he joined the ranks of thieves in law in couple with Zura. It is noteworthy that both were in different time in the jail, were unable to confirm their status.
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