Lecha Krasnodonsky died
The reason of the sudden death of the thief in law is not reported.
On the age of 43 the thief in law Alexey Salnikov, better known in the criminal world under nickname Lecha Krasnodonsky, died. On the death of the famous thief in law Ukrainian journalist Zhan Novoselsky wrote on his page in Facebook. The reason of the sudden death of the thief in law is not reported.
Recall that Lecha Krasnodonsky was crowned in 1999 at age 26 by Ukrainian thieves in law Sharik and Antik. In March 2016 he was stopped in the credentials by Lasha Ochamchira and Guga because of claims, related to unjustified expenditure from the common fund. Recently, Salnikov was close to Andrey Nedelya.
The last mention of the thief in law dated June 3, 2016. Then it was reported that Lecha Krasnodonsky revolted, while being in the Kirovohrad maximum security penal colony № 6, known as Kirovograd strogach. According to some media, the thief in law was not just raised the buzz, but was able, together with like-minded people, to hijack the building of the colony. However, later the prison administration denied this information.
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