Two thieves in law included into Ukraine’s Myrotvorets database 

Two thieves in law included into Ukraine’s Myrotvorets database
Andrey Nedzelsky and George Lobdzhanidze

The crime bosses deliberately destabilize the socio-political situation in the country, according to the authors of the website.

Thieves in law Andrey Nedzelsky (Nedelya, Andrey Lvovsky) and Georgy Lobdzhanidze (Kutsu) are included in the Chistilische (Purgatory) of the Ukrainian website Myrotvorets (Peacemaker). This was announced on his Facebook page by the deputy head of the National Police of Ukraine Vyacheslav Abroskin.

As a reason for entering their data into the database of the site, “conscious participation in the destabilization of the socio-political situation in Ukraine” is indicated.

45-year-old Nedelya was alphadog in Ukraine and Kiev, as well as the holder of the Ukrainian thieves' common fund. 46-year-old Kutsu belongs to the group of Georgian crime bosses who control the eastern part of Ukraine. The active members of the group are Gia Khmelidze (Khmelo), Lasha Dzhachvliani (Lasha Svan) and Sergo Glonti (Guga). In Ukraine, Kutsu has been living since 2007. In March 2018, he was detained in Kiev, according to the pages of the site dedicated to him.

"The Myrotvorets Center asks law enforcement agencies to view this publication on the website as a statement of the deliberate acts committed by this citizen against the national security of Ukraine, peace, the security of mankind and the international legal order, as well as other offenses."

The Ukrainian Internet resource Myrotvorets, opened in 2014 at the initiative of the ex-adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko, is positioned as “the website of the Center for Research on Crimes against the Fundamentals of Ukraine’s National Security, Peace, and Citizens' Security.” The resource maintains a database where the personal data of people whom the authors of the site call separatists or “Kremlin agents” is published.


The data is usually collected by illegal means (hacking, phishing) and means of intelligence from open sources and published without the consent of the people described in the base.

In 2016, the site was almost closed under the pressure of the world community when a list of more than 4,000 journalists who received accreditation from the authorities of the DPR was published on it, including correspondents from such TV channels, publications and news agencies as CNN, AFP, Bloomberg, Mashable, Reuters, Al Jazeera, Le Monde, BBC, Radio Liberty, Novaya Gazeta, Kommersant, Dozhd, 112 TV, STB, ICTV, Inter and other media. On November 15, 2018, the German Foreign Ministry condemned the inclusion of ex-German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder into the Myrotvorets database and demanded that the Ukrainian authorities ensure that the resource is closed. However, the site still works.



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