Odessa: confidants of Guli shot up
One of them is an alleged organizer of an attempt on Azerbaijani kingpin Albert Ryzhy, which took place in St. Petersburg in March 2014.
As it became known, in Odessa an attempt was made on two Azerbaijanis-natives of Georgia Ilgam Hajiev and Oktay Arhaly, who are trusted people of the influential thief in law Nadir Salifov, nicknamed Guli, according to sources.
It is known that the attack on Ilgam Hajiev and Oktay Arhaly was made while they were parking a BMW 5 car on Gagarinskaya Plateau Street. The attack of the killers occurred on the night of May 28, but it became known about only now. Judging by the fact that both were slightly injured (injuries to the back and hands), the aim of the attackers was to organize an act of intimidation, and not to eliminate passengers of cars with Georgian numbers. The victims appealed to the Odessa medical institution on their own and refused hospitalization.
According to some information, Ilgam Hajiev and Oktay Arhaly are trustees of thief in law Guli, who is currently serving a prison term, but, according to insiders, in the near future he could be released. It is also known that one of the victims, Ilgam, is an alleged organizer of an attempt on Azerbaijani kingpin Albert Ryzhy, which took place in St. Petersburg in March 2014.
Curiously, Rafik Eyvazov, aka Rafik Masallinsky, who earlier lost his ear as a result of the bloody drama, does not hide his involvement in the Odessa incident. Earlier we reported that the massacre of Eyvazov took place in Turkey. Sources said that in early December 2016 Rafik Masallinsky met with the cousin of murdered Rovshan Lenkoransky in Istanbul and for some money agreed to indicate the place of residence of Guli's brothers. Soon it became known to Guli, and then Eyvazov was attacked; he lost his ear. After this Eyvazov vowed to punish his abusers and announced Guli his blood feud. At the same time, it is known that neither Ilgam Hajiev nor Oktay Arkhaly have anything to do with the massacre of Rafik Masallinsky.
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