New anti-thievish law left common fund without holder

New anti-thievish law left common fund without holder
Zakhary Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy)

The criminal cash office keeps about several tens of millions of dollars.

Representatives of the highest hierarchy of the Russian criminal world are discussing who can become the holder of the common fund - the so-called “mutual aid fund”, replenished by illegal activities and intended to support thieves in law who are in prison, paying lawyers, bribing officials and security officials, the payment of 'pensions', and so on.

As noted citing a law enforcement source, the appointment of anyone to this post became complicated after the adoption of the law, toughening the punishment for thieves in law and the organizers and participants of gatherings. The first for the very fact of leadership in the criminal hierarchy faces up to 15 years in prison, the second - up to 20.

After the conviction of chief thief in law Shakro Molodoy in the summer of last year, Oleg Shishkanov (Shishkan) was chosen as his formal receiver. It was also reported that after the arrest of Kalashov, Kakha Galsky and Vasya Voskres were keeping the common fund.

However, Tariel Oniani (Taro) tries to reach to the main thieves' throne. However, shortly after his release, it became known that he would be extradited to Spain, where a new term awaits him.

The main question arises - should the holder of the common fund must be in Russia, or can dispose of it remotely? Or should the 'obshchak' be located abroad? Now, according to the source, the largest thieves' clans of the Taro, Shakro Molodoy and Guli are fighting for control over these funds.

Note that the size of the All-Russian common fund is estimated at several tens of million dollars.



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