Khmelnitsk region prison underboss expelled from Ukraine after serving his time
The 36-year-old crime lord nicknamed Timur is denied entry to the territory of Ukraine by court decision.
January 4, employees of the criminal investigation department of the General Department of the National Police of Ukraine together with operatives of the Office of Strategic Investigations and officers of the State Migration Service supported by special police expelled a 36-year-old citizen of Georgia, known in criminal circles under the nickname Timur, from Ukraine.
He was taken to Borispol airport, from where he was sent to his country of origin.
It is reported that the crime lord, who had been serving his time in the Raykovets correctional camp until recently, had a ‘prison underboss’ status.
In December 2014, a district court of Kyiv charged him with part 2 of Art. 186 (Robbery) of the Ukrainian Criminal Code. Recently, his term of imprisonment has expired; shortly before that, the Khmelnitsk City Court had ruled to forcibly expel the citizen of Georgia from Ukraine with the prohibition of his further entry.
According to the official website of the National Police of the Khmelnitsk region, such a measure was due to the fact that after his release, the crime lord intended to return to the criminal underworld in order organize and commit grave and especially grave crimes.
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