Thief in law Egor Ufimsky dies in Moscow
Lately, he had been suffering from a severe illness.
‘Thief in law’ and native of a city of Ufa Egor Molodtsov (aka Egor Ufimsky) has died at the age of 57 in Moscow, reports UFA1.ru with reference to its source. Oncology is indicated as the official cause of death.
Molodtsov had multiple criminal records. He was ‘crowned’ by Shakro Molodoy in 1993.
Subsequently, he took part in ‘crownings’ and ‘discrediting’ himself. In particular, Egor Ufimsky is considered the ‘godfather’ of such ‘thieves in law’ as Tikhon, Tsezar, Tkach Nygansky and others. Those who were deprived of their ‘crowns’ through him are Tolik Tolliatinsky, Pashtet Minsky, Ildar Ufimsky and Akhat Ufimsky.
The last time the media mentioned Egor was in 2015 when employees of the Main Administration of Criminal Search of Russia’s MIA descended on a restaurant Botik Petra on Moscow’s Lesnaya street where the ‘thief’ and his friends were celebrating his birthday. Then, the policemen confined themselves to preventive discussions and left the place.
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