Moscow Criminal Investigation began receiving threats after detention of Kakha Galsky
Detention of the holder of the common fund Kakhaber Parpaliya in Moscow caused a stir in criminal circles.
Operatives began receiving offers to release Parpaliya and even threats in case of disagreement. FSB officers, who also took part in the operation to detain Kakha Galsky, recorded every call.
Such ‘activity’ of Kakha’s supporters is understandable. Kakhaber Parpaliya is one of the most influential thieves in law. He was 'crowned’ in Moscow back in 1999, but was never prosecuted, although he had been repeatedly detained along with other thieves in law, including during thieves’ meetings, which provided an occasion for some of his colleagues to suspect Kakha Galsky of mutually beneficial relations with law enforcement officers. Now Kakha Galsky, who has been detained with a large dose of cocaine, has every change to get his first sentence.
Moscow Criminal Investigation Department officers supported by FSB operatives detained the holder of the Russian common fund on Rublevskoe Highway in Moscow on December 8. Parpaliya resisted law enforcers, so they had to use physical force. Some sources say he was under the influence of the drug seized from him during the detention.
Previously convicted driver of Parpaliya was detained along with the thief in law; an unlicensed battle pistol was seized from him. It was not the first time that vor Elgudzha Turkadze, who did not have anything illegal on him and showed no signs of drug influence, had been released (for example, it also happened in the Georgian restaurant Marani in June 2017).
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?