Shakro Molodoy The Peacemaker: thief in law healed 2 clans via phone
The crime boss spoke out at a big gathering in Greece.
More than 30 thieves in law convened last weekend in Greece at a global gathering. The leader of the 'Greek' thieves' clan, consisting mainly of people from Tbilisi, Rustavi and Kutaisi, Lasha Shushanashvili (Lasha Rustavsky), presided over it. However, it was Zakhar Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy), who is now in Lefortovo detention center, that played the lead in the meeting of the criminals.
Lasha Shushanashvili (Lasha Rustavsky)
One of the main issues discussed was the recent meeting of thief in law Zviad Papiashvili with the leader of the hostile Sukhumi clan Merab Dzhangveladze (Merab Sukhumsky). Together they planned to find a way out of the existing cross purpose that occurred to Papiashvili when he was in Tbilisi detention center No. 7. There he was beaten and 'decrowned' by 'thieves' Beso Kuprashvili, Ramaz Dzhincharadze, Kosta Bobokhidze, Giga Vibliani and Tariel Potskhveriya. After his release in 2011, it took Papiashvili at least a year to regain his status. The participant in the beating of Kosta Bobokhidze (Givi Dzaguniya) spilled the beans that the 'thieves' who then opposed Zviad acted at the direction of the administration.
To date, only two 'offenders' of Papiashvili have saved their status: Dzhincharadze and Kuprashvili. Dzaguniya and Potskhveriya died, and Vibliani was 'decrowned' for other wrongdoings.
At the meeting Merab Sukhumsky offered Papiashvili to forget the past and not to hold grudges against the old enemies. Those, he says, will once again recognize him as a 'thief', and he in return will not envenom their lives. However, Zviad was not satisfied with such a scenario, and he replied that, based on the current situation, only someone of them should remain a 'thief': either they or he.
The development of this situation may bring a new stage in the long-standing confrontation between Lasha Rustavsky and Merab Sukhumsky. Earlier, the beginning of the bloody skirmishes was suppressed by Shakro Molodoy, who, having freed himself from the Spanish prison, held a major gathering in Yerevan in 2015, where he imposed an unlimited ban on replenishing the scattered 'thieves' families through new 'coronations', and, therefore, depriving mutual enemies of new trumps.
Allegedly, this time again the criminal boss calling from Moscow appealed to the ‘thieves' for peace. However, this is the version of only those who directly attended the gathering in Greece. The rest consider that Lasha Rustavsky only hypes himself using the loud name, and the global meeting of 'thieves' that was supposed to become a kind of Yerevan-2, in fact, did not yield any results.
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