Thief in law Kotik kicked out of Russia
Hardly had his prison term ended, the thief in law was booted out of the Russian Federation.
The Russian authorities have started an underworld cleanup quite seriously. Now it is the thief in law Georgy Kalashyan aka Georgy Tbilissky or Kotik Mladshy that has to leave the country.
Let us recall that Kalashyan, 34, was detained two years ago in a Moscow restaurant on suspicion of illicit drug trafficking. By a court decision, he was sentenced to 2 years and 6 months of imprisonment. He served in Omsk the first half of the term, and in Yelets, the second.
Right after his release on September 22, 2017, Georgy Kalashyan was detained for violating migration legislation by the Department for Combating Organized Crime of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the Lipetsk region and the Federal Security Service.
Yelets district court sentenced the thief to a fine of 2 thousand rubles and expulsion out of the Russian Federation within 10 days.
Even his health issues did not alleviate the sentence. He complained to the officers who met him at the gate of the Yelets prison No. 2 saying that his legs “got broken”, but overall, his health would "be alright, God willing."
Also, law enforcement officers visited Ruslan Gegechkori, the thief in law, known as Ruslan Zugdidsky and Shlyapa Mladshy in Krasnoyarsk Colony No. 31.
The Department for Combating Organized Crime officially notified the 30-year-old thief that he was unwelcome in Russia after his term of imprisonment would be over. Ruslan Gegechkori was convicted in July 2016 for 2 years of general-regime colony under Art. 228 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. According to the court verdict, his term will be over on March 28, 2018.
On September 21, kingpin Vladimir Vagin, aka Vagon, hanged himself. Two years earlier another thief in law Max Pioner also committed suicide. Vagon's lawyer does not believe in the version of suicide and intends to apply for a forensic medical examination.