Greeting of Shakro Molodoy results in prowl
Employees of the Federal Penitentiary Service are searching for the mobile phone on which the video was recorded.
Soon after a video showing arrestees greeting thief in law Zakhary Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy) who arrived at the Moscow SIZO No. 3 (Presnenskaya Transit Prison) searches were conducted in the wards. Employees of the detention center are looking for cell phones that are not allowed in the prison. Yesterday's accident revealed that mobile phones are freely used and prisoners can convey the information and make posts in the Internet.
As reported by URA.ru with reference to one of the employees of the pre-trial detention center, a prowl started today at 6 am, at 6.15 am an alarm sounded. However, as it also adds, "a well-paid lawyer will bring a new phone."
Presnenskaya transit prison
Recall, the arrestees of the Presnensky prison greeted the crime lord, 64-year-old Zakhary Kalashov, who will be escorted to a colony soon.
One of the prisoners, apparently with the loudest voice, calls on other convicts to greet the ‘big brother’ who joined the central prison.
The arrestee wishes Shakro Molodoy "strong health, patience, thief’s fart."
And in response, arrestees shout "AUE" and "Life for thieves!"
On March 29, Kalashov was sentenced to 9 years and ten months of imprisonment. The court found him guilty of two episodes of Extortion committed by a group of people with the use of violence (part 3 of Article 163 of the Criminal Code) committed in 2015-2016. Also, nine of his accomplices were also convicted under the same article; they were jailed for seven years four months to 9 years four months imprisonment.
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