Russian police quell uproar after cruel attack on imprisoned crowned thief
A group of people outraged by the recent brutal attack on the jailed thief in law Khamzat Aushev started gathering at the building of the Vladimir Central Prison, also known as the famous Vladimirsky Central glorified by the singers of the thieves’ cant.
The brutal beating of the crowned thief Khamzat Aushev led to unrest on the morning of March 21 near the Vladimir Central Prison. Eyewitnesses reported that a large number of people surrounded the notorious prison, and soon afterwards the OMON special police unit fighters began to detain them. A large number of police squad cars pulled to the scene, shots were fired. One theory is that the crowd consisted of those perturbed by the beating Aushev had suffered a few days ago.
Meanwhile, the administration told the journalists from the About Vladimir newspaper that the city residents had no reason to worry. At 10.30 local time, the police told the correspondents in a one-on-one talk that the situation was already under control.
Previously, the CrimeRussia reported about the beating of an influential crowned thief Khamzat Aushev. According to the information available, the prison administration staff took part in the beating. Aushev received multiple injuries and bruises and is now in critical condition. Evenhislawyerisdeniedaccess
Khamzat Aushev was crowned at the age of 22 in December 2012, and for a time was considered the youngest Russian thief in law. 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 put put the crowned thief behind bars in order to then set him free for a bribe.Video: Russian Special Police Force cordon off the Vladimir Central Prison after thief within the law Khamzat Aushev was beaten
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