Police called those who came to Lekha Krasnodonsky’s funeral “servants with serious sentences”
The head of the Donetsk Region police proudly announced that the crime figures of higher ranks chose not to arrive at the gathering.
Hundreds of mobsters, who came to say goodbye to a thief in law Lekha Krasnodonsky, were called by the Head of the Donetsk Region police petty criminals and servants. Thereby, Vyacheslav Abroskin hinted that the big and authoritative mafia bosses missed both the funeral and the commemoration. It is noteworthy that earlier the press-service of Ukraine National Police on the contrary stated that Lekha Krasnodonsky’s funeral is to be attended by about 300 kingpins, but half of them renounced the idea, considering the high risk of being detained.
- About 100 people who were detained in Svyatogorsk, were not the mafia bosses but petty criminals, - wrote Vyacheslav Abroskin on his Facebook page.
According to Abroskin, during raids, carried out on the highways going towards Svyatogorsk, and in the restaurant, where a memorial dinner took place, 106 people were arrested. The Head of the Donetsk Region police called the visitors "servants, albeit with severe sentences":
- The mafia bosses of higher rank knowing our serious temper, refused to come to the gathering to out Region, said Abroskin not without pride in his voice.
It is to be recalled that on August 25, it transpired about the death of the recently uncrowned kingpin Alexey Salnikov, better known by the nickname Lekha Krasnodonsky. According to the reports, the cause of the criminal’s death, who lost his crown due to unreasonable expenditure of the common fund, was an overdose of drugs. Almost all Ukrainian criminals rushed to Lekha Krasnodonsky’s funeral. Also the visitors from Russia and Moldova came. The Ukrainian security officials met the criminals fully armed: they have held several operational activities, as a result of which 106 people were detained. Some of them had weapons and drugs.
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