Men trying to slay Guli disimprisoned
They will await trial in Turkey at liberty.
A group of representatives of Rovshan Lenkoransky's clan detained in Turkey on suspicion of attempting slay thief in law Nadir Salifov (Guli) found themselves at large. Sputnik Azerbaijan reports with reference to an informed source in law enforcement bodies of Turkey that yesterday the Istanbul court made a decision to release the brother of killed in summer 2016 crime boss Rovshan Dzhaniev, Namik, and the rest of thugs, who came to Turkey with him.
At the same time, the publication Haqqin.az specifies that Dzhaniev along with 4 Azerbaijani citizens were released before trial. They are prohibited from leaving Turkey and need to report to the Turkish police twice a day until the proceedings are finished.
In November 2017 shopping center Ömür alış-veriş, located in the Istanbul district of Bakırköy, saw the police detaining 11 people. Representatives of Dzhaniev's clan headed by Namik met there with members of local group Shirinler to discuss the attack on Salifov's house in Turkey and the crackdown on him and his entourage. A detailed plan of the mafia boss's house and the adjacent territory was found in the memory of Dzhaniev's phone. During the detention, 9 firearms and a large number of ammunition were confiscated from the bandits.
Subsequently it transpired that Dzhaniev offered the Turkish mafia 5 million dollars for assistance in eliminating Guli.
Immediately after that, there appeared information that the detained Azerbaijanis would be deported to their homeland, but later it became known that the law enforcers intended to file charges against Dzhaniev for preparing the murder of Salifov in connection with the discovery of evidence, which is confirmatory.
Moreover, Russia is investigating the case against Guli targeting abduction and extortion. The Presnensky court of Moscow arrested the crime boss in absentia, the same sanction followed from the Samara district court. Sources of media outlet Volga News informed that this was necessary in order for Russia to be able to seek extradition of the thief in law.
Currently he is internationally wanted. According to Rosbalt's source, it is possible that a criminal case will be instituted against Nadir Salifov on Creation of a Criminal Community (Art. 210 of the Criminal Code). After his release in October 2017 from the Azerbaijani prison, Salifov is one of the key candidates for the highest position in the 'thievish' world of the post-Soviet space.
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