Video: detention of mob Aiko Astrakhansky
US President Lincoln was killed by this gun.
The 35-year-old thief in law, arrested last week, Hayk Sarkisyan (Aiko Astrakhansky) carried a weapon legally. Recall, law enforcement officers grabbed him near the Dalma Garden Mall shopping center in Yerevan. As by News.am reported with reference to the press secretary of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Armenia Arevik Khachatryan, the mob was suspected of illegal possession of weapons and ammunition.
However, after a couple of days, Sarkisyan was released, as it turned out that he had permission to keep the Derringer pistol. No other reason for his arrest was found.
Derringer discovered at the mob
Derringer class pistol is named after the 19th-century American gunsmith Henry Derringer. It has a simple design and compact size, suitable for a pocket. US President Abraham Lincoln was killed from such a 0.44 caliber pistol (11.2 mm) by actor John Booth in 1865.
Aiko Astrakhansky was crowned in Armenia in 2014. He has several terms for illegal drug possession, theft and robbery. In August last year, he was released from prison, after which he hastily left the territory of Russia and returned to his homeland.
Recall that at the end of June 2018, the Armenian police conducted searches in the apartments of thieves in law and criminal authorities. The raids took place across the country.
It is known that Samvel Harutyunyan (Samvelik), Zhirayr Brutyan (Giro Shaumyansky), Suren Avetisyan (Suro Leninakansky), Artem Gazaryan (Artemik Leninakansky), Armen Manukyan (Sevo), Gevork Melikyan (Gevorik Oshakansky), Norayr Piloyan (Koncho), Suren Avetisyan (Surik Leninakansky), as well as recently detained Samvel Harutyunyan (Maneti Tha Samo), Rafael Khoetsyan (Afo) - the son of another thief in law Rafik Hoetsyan (Khoy) and others faced raids.
At the same time, some 'authorities' in whose houses weapons, ammunition, and drugs were found, were taken to police stations. All items and substances found during the special operation were sent for examination.