Ukraine carries on with fight against thieves
Revaz Ubilava is a person who is very familiar with the Ukrainian law enforcement officers. In 2016 alone, he has been detained several times in Ukraine, and has been subject to forced deportation.
The Ukrainian authorities continue a large-scale operation of “cleansing” the country from crowned thieves. This time, the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) has caught a 22-year-old Georgian thief-in-law Revaz Ubivala, better known in the criminal underworld as Reziko Dzhvarsky. Ubilava is very familiar with the Ukrainian law enforcement officers. In 2016 alone, he has been detained several times in Ukraine, and has been subject to forced deportation. At this time, the intel implies that Reziko has arrived in Ukraine "to maintain his links with criminal circles and coordinate their illegal activities."
The press-service of the Ukrainian SBU published a video of Reziko’s detention. During a short interview, he was asked "What do you do?", to which the crowned thief replied "I steal." Following the detention, a decision was taken to once again deport Reziko from Ukraine.
Video: thief-in-law Reziko Dzhvarsky has been detained in Ukraine
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