Kiev detains Professor, thief in law of 26, again
Earlier, he had been deported to Turkey with a 3-year ban on entry.
Kiev has detained Giga Petriashvili aka Professor, a thief in law of 26, for the second time in the past six months. Accompanied by police officers, the Georgian native and Turkish resident was taken to the airport and put on a plane heading to Istanbul.
The Kiev Criminal Investigation Department had detained Professor before, in September 2017. They forced him out to Turkey with a ban on entry into Ukraine for three years. As reported by the police press service, Petriashvili was back before long. He summoned other Mafiosi to gatherings for power redistribution in the criminal world. Professor was going to recruit young criminals engaged in car hijacking in Kiev and Kropyvnytskyi.
Petriashvili was thief-crowned at the age of 22 in Greece.
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