Ukraine expelled crime lord Chorny after he served 12 years in prison
Ukrainian law enforcement officers detained him at the end of April 2019.
Yet another crime lord has been expelled from Ukraine, the National Police of Ukraine’s site says. The 55-year-old citizen of a foreign state was taken outside Ukraine through the Kyiv-Borispol checkpoint, the report says.
The man had served 12 years for a series of robberies in Ukraine. He did his time in the colonies of Lviv and Kherson regions.
In prison, he was considered a crime lord nicknamed Ded or Chorny. After serving his time, in late April, he was detained in Lviv by the Transcarpathian police. The Lviv Administrative Court of Appeal decided to forcibly expel the detained foreigner from the country.
It is noteworthy that in Ukraine, the trend of expelling crime lords and thieves in law is strengthening. For example, the underboss responsible for the transit of drugs to the Moldovan prison had been previously expelled.
In addition, a thief in law and a 41-year-old native of Georgia, who controlled groups of car thieves, has been also deported from Ukraine.