Prosecutors could not keep Petso in colony
The Supervisory Authority failed to appeal in the Supreme Court of Tatarstan against the decision to release the thief in law, rendered by the Volga District Court of Kazan.
The Supreme Court of the Republic of Tatarstan recognized the decision to release thief in law Rezo Buhnikashvili, known by the nickname Petso, as legal.
The regional Prosecutor's Office tried to appeal against the decision of the Privolzhsky District Court of Kazan, delivered on June 15 of this year. The representative of the supervisory authority categorically objected to the release of Petso, since, in his opinion, the deadly disease did not prevent the kingpin from violating the regime. Over the past 3 years, the thief in law has been subjected to disciplinary punishments in prisons more than 300 times.
However, the Supreme Court did not satisfy the complaint of the Prosecutor's Office, leaving the decision of the Privolzhsky District Court unchanged.
Recall that the decision to release Petso on parole was due to the fact that the kingpin has oncological disease. The protection of Bukhnikashvili insisted that the treatment of the convict is not possible in the hospitals of the prison.
After the becoming decision res judicata, Petso will be released.
It should be noted that in June, the staff of the Main Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs conducted a preventive conversation withe kingpin. The police read out the decision of the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia, Colonel-General Mikhail Vanichkin, about the undesirability of his stay on the territory of the country. According to investigators, the news of the threatening forced deportation Petso took with his usual coolness.
In 2015, Rezo Bukhnikashvili was sentenced to a 22-year prison term for robbing a businessman's apartment in Moscow and encroaching on the lives of several policemen. In December 2014, the kingpin and three of his accomplices broke into the apartment to the entrepreneur, tied the landlady of the apartment, two women and one man. However, neighbors, hearing the noise, called the police. The robbers opened fire. During the shootout, two of the Petso allies were killed and two policemen were wounded.
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