No peaceful carve-up: thieves in law lay claims to heritage of Rovshan Lenkoransky
One of the largest of his assets – the wholesale market selling herbs, vegetables and fruits – already belongs to Merab Jangveladze.
Thieves clans began to fight for criminal assets left without the owner after the death of the Azerbaijani mafia boss Rovshan Dzhaniev, better known by the nickname Rovshan Lenkoransky (from Lenkoran). According to a source of Rosbalt, one of the largest of his assets – the wholesale market selling herbs, vegetables and fruits – already belongs to Merab Jangveladze known in the thieves' world as Merab Sukhumsky (from Sukhumi).
The source noted that the tidbit gotten by Jangveladze did not quench his appetite and now he claims Dzhaniev’s Turkish assets. It is to be recalled that the last years of his life, Rovshan Lenkoransky held in Turkey, and probably had financially stable ground here. According to some reports, in Turkey, under the roof of the thief in law many businessmen and companies were working. In addition, it was reported that the murdered kingpin was involved in international drug trafficking channels.
During the last few years, the entourage of Dzhaniev included, from one side, the members of Jangveladze’s clan, among them - Tsripa, Matevich, Dato Churadze, from the other side, there was a powerful thief in law Hussein Slepoy (Blind), which, in turn, is confirmed by their numerous common photos. Both sides now lay claims to the inheritance of the murdered mafia boss. Anyway, the peaceful carve-up of the Rovshan’s assets does not seem to work, the Rosbalt’s source believes.
Previously, the CrimeRussia found out that Dzhaniev had financial interests in Italy. It turned out that at different times, he purchased luxury hotels in the Italian town of Positano. They were registered in the names of relatives and the business partner, the Chechen authority Khamzat Gastamirov (Sheikh Khamzat). Subsequently, Gastamirov gained control of two more crossed hotels, one restaurant and six cottages.
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