Thief in law Tengo Galsky deported to Turkey
Earlier Tengiz Charaya was repeatedly convicted for grave and especially grave crimes, including for attempted murder.
Thief in Law Tengiz Charaya (Tengo Galsky) was deported from Ukraine to Turkey. In addition, according to the communication department of the Kiev police, the question of prohibiting him from entering the territory of Ukraine for a period of 3 years is being considered. Last year, the Georgian crime boss was repeatedly detained and sent back home, but recently information about another of his appearance has been received from the Dnipro (the former city of Dnepropetrovsk).
Video: Ukraine deports thief in law Tengiz Galsky
Law enforcers found out that the 35-year-old crime lord had entered the country through the capital airport Boryspol with a new passport, in which he changed his surname. In Ukraine, Tengo Galsky met with other representatives of the criminal world and intended to participate in the redistribution of spheres of influence. According to operational information, the thief in law was interested in such areas of crime as robbery and hijacking.
Charaya was ‘crowned’ in 2014 in St. Petersburg with the participation of his relatives - cousins Irakliy and Levan Buliskeriya, as well as Khusein Slepoy, Dato Krasnodarsky, Ara Armavirsky, their common godson Kuso, Makho and Mindiya. The oldest and most respected of the participants of the event was St. Petersburg crime boss Sachino Gegechkori (Sachino).
It is also known that Charaya was repeatedly convicted for grave and especially grave crimes, including for attempted murder.
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