Mob Ramaz declared persona non grata in the Russian Federation
The thief in law was released from IK-3 in Udmurtia after seven years of imprisonment. Immediately after his release, he was placed in a special detention center for illegal migrants.
Georgian thief in law Ramaz Dzneladze (Ramaz) was released from IK-3 located in settlement of Karkalai, the Udmurt Republic, after seven years of imprisonment. Immediately after the release, Dzneladze was detained by the Main Administration of Criminal Search that escorted him to a special detention center for illegal migrants. Earlier, he had been declared persona non grata in the Russian Federation.
Dzneladze was done his time without thieves’ status. In 2008, he was disowned by the decision of Yaponchik (Vyacheslav Ivankov) and other mobs. According to sources, the ground of the disowning was spending from the common fund.
In 2015, while escorting to Udmurtia, Dzneladze called himself a thief in law once again. The criminals of the republic turned to their lord Oleg Pirogov (Tsirkach), who confirmed his status. Presumably, Shakro Molodoy restored his status.
Businessman Badri Shengelia – a ‘professional witness’ and notorious figure of criminal St. Petersburg – won’t help the law enforcement authorities anymore in their struggle against corruption, banditry, and internal intrigues. The professional ‘work’ of the killers has drawn a line under his controversial life and left plenty of questions to the investigators – because persons interested in this murder can be found literally everywhere, including their own agency.