Kostyl' on the loose. Photo
Earlier, the source of Rosbalt reported that along with the long-awaited freedom Kostyl' found a number of problems with his colleagues in the criminal world.
One of the most famous Slavic thieves in law is at large. Konstantin Borisov, referred to as Kostyl' in the thieves' world, left the colony after serving his sentence. Recall that in November three and a half years of imprisonment, appointed to Kostyl' by the court, expired. As the source of Rosbalt reported, the crime boss was met by long-time friends from their common environment with another thief in law Konstantin Ginzburg, as well as representatives of the Bryansk criminals.
Yesterday a photo taken on the day of the liberation of Borisov was published on the web. On the picture a clearly pleased with what was happening thief in law was captured in a friendly company.
Earlier, the source of Rosbalt reported that along with the long-awaited freedom Kostyl' found a number of problems with his colleagues in the criminal world. In particular, Borisov will have to explain himself to one of the most influential thieves in law Ramaz Dzneladze (Ramaz Kutaissky). Obviously unpleasant conversation of Kostyl' with Ramaz Kutaissky is associated with the assets of the thief of law Konstantin Ginzburg (Kostya Gizya), who died in 2013 from a drug overdose.
After Gizya’s death, the assets under his control in the form of a number of commercial enterprises in the Tushino district were solely inherited by his closest associate Kostyl'. The interests of the thief in law Ramaz Dzneladze, who, together with Georgiy Uglawa, “crowned” Gizya in 2000 at the funeral service of Dato Tashkentsky in Moscow, were not taken into account. Read more about it here.
The funeral of Amur crime boss Zaruba turned into a scandal. The witness filmed a funeral procession, which elongates for hundreds of meters, blocking the city streets. About a hundred people walked along the roadway behind the coffin. According to the author of the video, among those who carried the coffin of the lord, the heads of the local police and the Prosecutor’s Office were noticed. “So that I live and die,” thought the onlookers, who witnessed the procession. How gangsters and thieves in law have become real authorities for citizens?