Russia extradites member of OCG of vor Rafet Ali-Bayramlynsky’s brother to Azerbaijan
23-year-old Ali Huseynli has been on the international wanted list since 2017 for kidnapping a person with a firearm.
A member of the gang of the Azerbaijani thief in law, Rafet Alirza ogly Amirov, one of the associates of the influential crime boss Nadir Salifov (Guli) has been transferred from Moscow to Shirvan, the Sputnik-Azerbaijan reports, citing law enforcement agencies of the republic.
Currently Huseynli is in the Baku jail.
According to the materials of the criminal case, the 23-year-old Huseynli was one of the six participants of the organized criminal group of Rufat Amirov, who in 2017 abducted a local resident Elshan Gyuneshov in the territory of the Binagadinsky district of Baku. Attackers beat the victim and threw him into the trunk of a car. However, Gyuneshov managed to escape and go to the police.
Four members of the gang together with its leader, Rufat Amirov himself (brother of Rafet Ali-Bayramlynsky), Elvin Huseynov, Rufat Karimov, Kamil Amirov and Ismail Ibrahimov were detained in hot pursuit in July 2017. Rufat Amirov's Makarov pistol and cartridges for it were withdrawn during the arrest. Amirov admitted that he acquired a pistol in Russia and smuggled it into Azerbaijan.
Ali Huseynli managed to escape then, after which he was put on the international wanted list under Art. 144.2 (Kidnapping), 144.2.5 (... with the use of firearms), 144.2.6 (... committed by order), 221.3 (Hooliganism with the use of firearms) of the Azerbaijani Criminal Code.
In September 2018, a Baku court sentenced the gang members to long terms of imprisonment.
Earlier it was reported that the thief in law Rafet Ali-Bayramlynsky was wanted by Interpol at the request of the law enforcement agencies of Russia. However, it is known that he lives in Turkey.
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