Raid at Lecha Krasnodonsky's funeral: it was detained 106 cronies
Hundreds of people came in Svyatogorsk to pay a last tribute to the thief in law in come, 106 of which have attracted the interest of the Ukraine SBU and the National Police, which descended on the mourning event, as usual, suddenly.
As expected, to the funeral of the famous kingpin Alexey Salnikov, known in narrow circles under the nickname Lecha Krasnodonsky, there was flew off the entire criminal colors of Ukraine and not only. On the sudden death of Lecha Kranodonsky it was revealed on August 25. It was reported that the cause of the thief in law’s death was a heart attack. It later emerged that Salnikov had died of a drug overdose.
Salnikov had very extensive circle of friends, mostly - with representatives of the criminal world. According to the SBU Ukraine, Hundreds of people came in Svyatogorsk to pay a last tribute to the thief in law in come, 106 of which have attracted the interest of the Ukraine SBU and the National Police, which descended on the mourning event, as usual, suddenly. SBU Press Service published a photo of the raid, which recorded the detainees, and said that now all of them are taken to the police for identification and verification of the legality of their stay in the country. It is known that the visitors came mostly from different regions of Ukraine as well as Russia and Moldova.
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