Rovshan Lenkoransky's murder is blood feud
The information was obtained by Russian detectives, who were investigating the Dzhaniev’s murder because his death in Turkey affected the balance of power in the Russian criminal world.
The killing of the influential Azerbaijani mafia boss Rovshan Dzhaniev, nicknamed Rovshan Lenkoransky, in Turkey could be the blood feud for the murder of Dzhambulat Shamil oglu, which took place in Moscow in the spring of 2016. Dzhambulat, who actually controlled the flow of almost all dill, parsley and onions from wholesalers to retailers, was killed in the War of thieves, which have claimed many lives, for the wholesale green market. This advanced version was presented by the source of Rosbalt, who based on inside evidence of law enforcement agencies.
According to the source, it was established that the customer of the Dzhambulat Shamil oglu’s murder was his rival Rovshan Lenkoransky, who sent him two of his henchmen killers. Interestingly, the information was obtained by Russian detectives, who were investigating the Dzhaniev’s murder because his death in Turkey affected the balance of power in the Russian criminal world. The same conclusion was made by colleagues and relatives of Dzhambulat, who declared a vendetta to Rovshan Lenkoransky.
Recall that one of the most ardent enemies of Ded Hasan was shot by unknown assailants in Istanbul on the night of 18 August. His three henchmen were detained on suspicion of involvement in the crime, but later released leaving the case without any suspects.
Video: the murder of Dzhambulat Shamil oglu
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