Thieves' World War: Ruslan Zugdidsky's conflict with Caucasus natives is just the beginning
Representatives of the Chechen clan promised to hold to account not only Ruslan, but also his father kingpin Roland Gegechkori and other authorities that fall within their clan.
We learned details and possible consequences of the clash in the mosque in one of the colonies in Tuva. Thief in law Ruslan Gegechkori (Slyapa Jr., Ruslan Zugdidsky), who is serving a sentence for drug possession, staged a mass brawl with a group of people from the Caucasus. According to the source of Rosbalt, when Gegechkori was transferred to the colony, local Chechen and Dagestani clans acknowledged his authority. However, he appointed his confidant a convict, with whom Caucasians had claims by his behavior. When representatives of Chechnya and Dagestan did not comply with orders of the kingpin's protege, Gegechkori stood up for him. He began to actively gesticulating hands and insult the entire Chechen nation. In response, he was put down with a blow to the jaw. Then, all 8 members of the clan went to the mosque at the colony.
Coming round, Gegechkori gathered about 20 people and beat his abusers in the prison mosque, and then raiders smashed the mosque itself. Representatives of Chechnya and Dagestan promised the revenge. They promised to hold to account not only Ruslan, but also his father kingpin Roland Gegechkori and other authorities that fall within their clan. It includes kingpins Gela Kardava (Gela) and Merab Mzarelua (Duyake). After the death of his patron Aslan Usoyan (Ded Hasan), Gela tried to take his place. He conducted a massive coronation of his proteges, participated in the attack on the influential thief in law Eduard Asatryan (Edik Osetrina). However, the number one thief became Shakro Molodoy, who did not feel sympathy for Kardava. He, along with representatives of his clan, tried to secretly decrowned highly respected in the thieves' circle Badri Koguashvili. The participants of the conspiracy would like to be questioned, but they prefer to avoid gatherings.
However, this incident in the colony could intensify the search for Gela, Roland Shlyapa and Duyake. It is known they spend time in Cyprus, Turkey, sometimes in Ukraine. Numerous members of the Chechen diaspora, who live in different countries around the world, flight into fury. According to a source, criminal war can begin in the near future.
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