Rovshan Lenkoransky was judged on third anniversary of Goja Bakinsky’s murder
After the murder of Goja in August 2013, a source of the CrimeRussia reported that Rovshan Lenkoransky could be behind that crime. The source claimed that the two crowned thieves had a long-standing personal conflict. Dzhaniev swore on the Koran to kill his nemesis.
Azerbaijani media reported that after a notorious criminal Rovshan Dzhaniev, also known as Rovshan Lenkoransky, had been killed in Turkey, three of his associates were detained. According to available information, citizens of Azerbaijan Haji Beylagansky (Talybkhanly), Zaur Sumgaitsky and Vakhid Bakinsky were the kingpin’s regular killers. The reason for their detention has not been named yet, but it is said that they had been present at the meeting with Dzhaniev in the hotel, near which he was then shot.
Meanwhile, a photo of the dying Azerbaijani criminal appeared on the Internet. Most likely it was made a person who was near the thief in law in those moments when doctors were trying to save his life. Moreover, some of the published photos apparently show the body of the deceased being transported from Turkey to Azerbaijan.
At the same time, it was reported that Dzhaniev’s assassination was timed with the third anniversary of the brutal assassination of another Azerbaijani crowned thief in Istanbul, Alibala Gamidov, nicknamed Goja. As a reminder, after Goja’s murder in August 2013, a source of the CrimeRussia told that Rovshan Lenkoransky could be behind that crime. The source claimed that the two thieves in law had a long-standing personal conflict. Dzhaniev swore on the Koran to kill her nemesis, and that eventually happened.
Late in the evening of August 18, one of the chief opponents of the criminal patriarch Ded (Grandpa) Hasan, an influential Azerbaijani kingpin Rovshan Lenkoransky, was killed at the hotel in Istanbul. An unknown assassin (according to another version, there were several of them) shot the criminal and his driver.
Video from the site of Rovshan Lenkoransky’s murder in Turkey
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