Russian crowned thief bemauled in prison
The prison administration staff participated in beating. Aushev received multiple injuries and bruises and is now hanging between life and death. Even his lawyer in denied access.
The CrimeRussia learned that a 25-year-old thief in law Khamzat Aushev had recently been beaten senseless in the Vladimir Central Prison (also known as Vladimirksy Central). The details of the incident have not been disclosed yet. The only thing we know for certain is that the prison administration staff had a hand in the thrashing. Aushev received multiple injuries and bruises and remains in critical condition. Even his lawyer in denied access.
Khamzat Aushev was crowned at the age of 22 in December 2012, and for a time was considered the youngest Russian thief in law. A few other criminals were crowned along with him at the meeting in the United Arab Emirates, including the now-deceased Lekha Zlak and 13 more people.
In the summer of 2013, Aushev was arrested on suspicion of aggravated assault on a 26-year-old Muscovite. Some reports implied that the guards had been planning to put the crowned thief behind bars in order to then set him free for a bribe.
In October 2008, Aushev made an armed assault upon a Moscow resident, during which he stole her Porsche Cayenne. A week later he was arrested. A year after the crime, Aushev was sentenced to 10 years in prison and soon transferred to the Republic of Ingushetia. Right after the transfer he miraculously broke free.
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