Powerful "Zayka", star of "Matrosskaya Tishina", to be held responsible for racketeering and businessmen abduction
After arrival in the Matrosskaya Tishina (Sailor's silence) detention facility, the Azerbaijani authority was brutally beaten, as evidenced by the photo migrated from the walls of the insulator on the expanses of the Internet.
The influential Azerbaijani criminal "authority" Zaur Aliyev and members of his gang, in the near future will be in the dock. As the Rosbalt found out, recently the Investigation Department SAD RF IC has completed an investigation related to "Zayka" (Bunny) and his accomplices. Persons of interest are now familiarizing with the materials of the criminal case, after which they will be submitted for approval to the prosecutor.
In the final version of the indictment Zaur Aliyev was charged under five articles of the Russian Criminal Code: 163 (extortion), 126 (kidnapping), 162 (robbery), 222 (illegal possession of weapons), 209 (racketeering).
The special operation to defeat Aliyev’s gang was held by the MUR officers in November 2014. Operatives found that the group had been involved in several kidnappings of Moscow businessmen of Azerbaijani origin. Businessmen had been kidnapped in order to obtain a large ransom. It later emerged that Zayka’s main misadventures are ahead. The thing is after the arrival in the Matrosskaya Tishina (Sailor's silence) detention facility, the Azerbaijani authority was brutally beaten, as evidenced by the photo migrated from the walls of the insulator on the expanses of the Internet.
The background of the massacre was revealed by an informed source familiar with the situation.
Zaur Aliyev (the nickname Zayka (Bunny) he received because his older brothers and parents called him this way) appeared in Moscow about 15 years ago, and has taken a leading position in the criminal circles of the Azerbaijani criminal community. He managed to do this due to the support of his two close friends: the influential "thieves in law" Kamo Safarian (Kamo Gorkovsky) and Rashad Ismayilov (Rashad Ganjinsky). Aliyev’s brigade became a kind of counterbalance to the two most powerful Azerbaijani criminal gangs in Russia: Gulya’s and Rovshan’s Lenkoransky. With both of these "legalists" Zayka constantly was in a state of protracted conflict.
It turned out that Zayka in his day became so authoritative in the criminal world that could compete with criminal groups, controlled by two Azerbaijani "thieves in law", Nadir Salifov nicknamed Guli and Rovshan Dzhaniev known as Rovshan Lenkoransky. On this occasion, the three generals took part in repeated criminal "showdown". During one of them, Zayka told Guli something that "thief in law" would hail as an insult, which must be avenged. At the same time, Rovshan too had an axe to grind with Aliyev. As a result, two irreconcilable "kingpins" joined forces and organized with the help of their people doing their time in the "Sailor's silence" the beating of the authoritative countryman. Zayka was beaten and tortured for several hours (his face was a mincemeat), demanding apologize to Guli on Skype for the long-standing offense. Sources from Aliyev’s circle said that he gave up, only when the attackers began to threaten his pregnant wife.
The fact of the massacre in the detention facility became known to the general public, as well as to the higher "thieves' council that decided that since Zayka’s fate was solved without the participation of the jail’s "watcher" Nukri Dochiya, his beating was illegal. In response Dochiya with other prisoners have brutally beaten seven participants of the attack on Zayka.
Video: Law enforcement authorities detained members of the Azerbaijan criminal group.
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