Is Rovshan Lenkoransky's death connected with the arrest of Shakro Molodoy?
The loss of influence of the thief the number one gives a free hand to great many in criminal circles.
Today's murder of the thief in law Rovshan Dzhaniev (Rovshan Lenkoransky) in Turkey is indirectly connected with the arrest of the most influential thief in law Zakhar Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy). This version brings a source of Rosbalt. According to him, after the Shakro Molodoy was locked in pre-trial detention center, he lost his influence in the criminal circles. This advantage was used by his opponents, including Merab Jangveladze (Merab Sukhumi) and Rovshan Dzhaniev, who have deployed unprecedented activity. In particular, on their own initiative they introduced canceled by Shakro Molodoy a moratorium on the decoronation of thieves in law, who had related to the conflict between Tariel Onian (Taro) and Aslan Usoyan (Ded Hasan). Rosbalt's source believed that Rovshan Dzhaniev was the victim of this activity.
Recall that, according to scanty data of the Azerbaijani media, the notorious kingpin was shot last night in Turkey. The killer riddled car, in which there was Rovshan Lenkoransky. In his body 5 bullet wounds were found, one of the bullets hit in the eye. According to some data, thief in law died on the spot. According to other sources, Rovshan Dzhaniev, survived an assassination attempt, was taken to hospital with serious injuries, but later died.
On the death of Rovshan Lenkoransky it was reported not once. In past years, it was reported that the thief in law survived an assassination attempt in Europe, Moscow, Emirates and Turkey.
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