Relatives of Ruslan Zugdidsky: "The matter is closed"
The resonance around a mass brawl between accomplices of kingpin Ruslan Gegechkori (Ruslan Zugdidsky, Slyapa Jr.) and Muslim prisoners in the mosque does not abate.
Muslims, in particular, Chechens, violently reacted on the conflict, in which several parishioners of the prison mosque suffered serious injury. Slyapa Jr. and other thieves in law are showered with threats.
Today it became known that Caucasus natives found thief in law's relatives, who promised that "the matter is closed," and Muslims of the colony are in safe keeping. According to specified data, among the victims were not only Chechens, but also natives of Kabardino-Balkaria, Dagestan and Ingushetia.
Recall that there was a massacre in the mosque after Gegechkori insulted the Chechen nation, after which he was beaten by the Chechens. As it was previously reported, a large group of authority's accomplices (he was recently convicted for possession of methadone) - according to various estimates, from 20 to 30 people - broke into the mosque and began to beat up Muslims performing namaz. One broken arm, other is currently in a critical condition, several received injuries of varying severity.
Lieutenant General Oleg Troshin announced he is going to retire in May 2018. He is doing it following a decision taken a year ago – not due to non-existent issues with the agency reported by some local media outlets.
A serious and not at all political clash of interests is taking place at the Russian Federation Council. Kamchatka senators Valery Ponomarev and Boris Nevzorov are failing at deciding how to divide the Kamchatka water resources; both men make millions of dollars off of them every year.