Siloviki greet thief in law Kvezhoevich happy birthday and give him last warning
On the eve of the 2018 World Cup, siloviki gave him the last warning.
Employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Moscow Criminal Investigation Department detained thief in law Guram Chikhladze (Kvezhoevich) the day before. The kingpin enjoyed a preventive talk on the eve of the World Cup, which starts on June 14 in several cities of the country.
Kvezhoevich was celebrating his 34th birthday in one of the restaurants of the capital on Bolshaya Pirogovskaya Street. As reported by Rosbalt, on May 23 people wearing masks came to the establishment, as soon as guests raised their first glasses. Despite a large number of people of other thieves in law, they did not find them there. Those, including a close friend of Guram Georgiy Kalashyan (Georgiy Tbilissky/Kotik, Jr.) apparently had to come later.
Kvezhoevich participated in a number of small incidents in public places. The fact is that Chikhladze moves everywhere accompanied by guards. This creates a false sense of superiority over others. Therefore, even when visiting restaurants, nightclubs and shopping centers, the kingpin behaves extremely defiantly, regularly provoking clashes with security personnel, waiters, etc.
Therefore, siloviki explained that it is extremely undesirable to walk with a crowd of militants and cling to others during the international sports events. It was the third warning, next time he will find himself behind bars. Well, the siloviki were worried about the work of robbers who are eagerly awaiting the arrival of a large number of tourists.
As Rosbalt notes, during his last detention, the kingpin miraculously escaped imprisonment, or expulsion from the country, since there were more than enough grounds for this. First, the court found the Russian citizenship of Chikhladze illegal. Secondly, a training grenade was found in his pocket. However, his lawyers and patrons managed to solve all the problems, and Kvezhoevich was at large.
Recall, Guram Chikhladze and his friend George Kalashyan are hereditary thieves in law. The latter is the son of the influential mafioso Konstantin Kalashian (Kotik), who died in Moscow in 2001. Guram is the son of the legend of the criminal world, leader of the Kutaissky clan Avtandil Chikhladze (Kvezho), who died in 1994.
Avtandil Chikhladze (Kvezho) with his son Guram
His murder occurred right before the eyes of little Kvezhovych - the gangsters entered their apartment on Lomonosov Avenue and opened fire on everyone, killing both Kvezho and his wife. Guram was wounded but survived. He did not remember the circumstances of what happened. Subsequently, he was brought up in the families of thieves in law from the Kutais clan, in particular, by Eluguja Kublashvili (Gyuzha). And already at the age of 16 Chikhladze Jr. was crowned by three kingpins Badri Koguashvili (Badri Kutaissky), Georgi Uglava (Takhi) and Ramaz Dzneladze. He was convicted twice.
Every big Russian city has ‘untouchable' people who are beyond the reach of the law enforcement authorities – generals, judges, mayors, etc. Despite overwhelming evidence sufficient to prosecute them, such persons cannot be busted without authorization from the federal center. There is also another type of corrupt officials: their deeds are well-known – but these people are so generous, hospitable, and understanding that no one is willing to arrest them.