Right-hand man of Domodedovskie ringleader Deryuga dies after swallowing clips, screws and wire in remand prison
According to preliminary data, the man convicted of shooting at minibus drivers swallowed a few clips and died of peritonitis.
Rasul Gukyatov, a thief in law who was referred to as the right-hand man of the Domodedovo underboss Vladimir Deryuzhkin (aka Deryuga), died after swallowing a bundle of wiring and a screw in the SIZO (remand prison). According to Moskovsky Komsomolets, Rasul was trying to protest against his solitary confinement by doing so.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, it was Deryuga who together with Rasul Gukyatov was to keep an eye on local entrepreneurs after vor Shakro Molodoy had appointed him the Domodedovo underboss a while ago.
The gang strived to control all passenger traffic and demanded regular payment from drivers. Those who would not comply with the requirements were subject to illegal measures. One of them ended in a firefight last April with one person dead and three injured. Rasul Gukyatov, who was directly involved in the attack, was eventually detained and placed in the Moscow SIZO No. 6 called Pechatniki.
The MK pointed out that the thief in law had long been held in a separate box in SIZO No. 6’s special hall, which was considered the female one, but sometimes thieves in law were brought in there so that they could be isolated from the other prisoners as much as possible.
At the end of October, Rasul swallowed a screw first, and then a bunch of wire and a few paper clips. He developed peritonitis and had a perforation of the intestinal walls, which killed him when he was taken to a hospital.
Every big Russian city has ‘untouchable' people who are beyond the reach of the law enforcement authorities – generals, judges, mayors, etc. Despite overwhelming evidence sufficient to prosecute them, such persons cannot be busted without authorization from the federal center. There is also another type of corrupt officials: their deeds are well-known – but these people are so generous, hospitable, and understanding that no one is willing to arrest them.