MIA and Main FPS Directorate come for release of vor Karo. Criminal redistribution awaits Ural?
Karogly Mamedov was released from a colony near Nizhny Tagil.
Thief in law Karo (Karogly Mamedov), who is considered to be alpha dog for Yekaterinburg and Tagil, has been released. He served time in a colony near Nizhny Tagil.
As reported by URA.RU, the release of the crime boss occurred on May 17. Karo, according to the source, was planned to be released in the morning, but “a lot of bosses from the MIA and Main FPS Directorate came, so everything was delayed until the evening.” The authorities arrived precisely because of the release of Karo – high-ranking security officials had a long conversation with him. The source does not report the details of their negotiations.
Karogly Mamedov has great prestige in the Urals, especially he is honored by the criminal world in the north of the Sverdlovsk region. It is worth noting that there are a lot of colonies, and, consequently, the "recently liberated". Karo is considered the thief in law of the old “classical” school. The security forces expect a serious redistribution of the criminal market after his release. There is evidence that many of the local criminal environment are ready to swear allegiance to him. According to other information, the thieves' status of Karo is not recognized by all.
Karo received his term in 2013. Back in 2011, he was told by his partner in OAO Nizhny Tagil Wholesale Trade, a Chechen Said Bogatyrev. He accused Caro of extortion and threats of physical violence. After two years of proceedings, the thief in law was given 8 years in prison.
The first part of the term Mamedov served in IK-47 of Kamensk-Uralsky, then he was transferred to IK-19 Tavdy. The last part of the term he served in the colony of Nizhny Tagil.
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