Whether hijacked Saakashvili’s offroader and trial for Gugi’s case are links in a chain?
This story seems infeasible at first glance. However, it is worth recalling that the former Georgian president has special relationship with the crowned thieves in law.
On the eve armoured offroader of Odessan region governor was stolen by unknown in Kiev. The source of one of the Ukrainian media reported that the hijacking of Toyota Land Cruiser and the forthcoming court hearing on the case of Georgian thief in law Sergei Ghlonti nicknamed Guga are links in a chain.
According to an anonymous source, the car’s hijacking was organized by criminal group of recently detained in Ukraine thief in law Guga. Earlier, The CrimeRussia reported that Ghlonti was detained in the course of special investigation activities. It turned out that a criminal covered by the code is wanted upon the request of Hungary by Interpol. Currently, thief in law is in Lukyanovka pretrial detention center pending a decision of Kyiv Appeal Court on the question of his extradition.
The car’s hijacking has been made in order to generate Georgian's clan, which is the part of law enforcement agencies of Ukraine, loyalty when Ghlonti’s appeal proceeding (July 7) happens.
The source claimed that if the court refuses to extradite Ghlonti and he is released, the stolen car will be returned to Mikhail Saakashvili.
This story seems infeasible at first glance. However, it is worth recalling that the former Georgian president has special relationship with the crowned thieves in law. It was on the initiative of the former President of Georgia to incorporate the concept of thief in law, and for the public recognition of the higher criminal status it is still lag on a term of 7 to 10 years. It is also noteworthy that during the presidency of Saakashvili in Georgia the law “On unproven properties” was on force and it allowed to escheated houses of corruptionist. Under the law the property of Shakro Molodoy (Young) fell within the scope of the law. According to the source of The CrimeRussia, seized house of Shakro was estimated at 30 mln. dollars and was located on the prestigious suburb of Tbilisi Tskneti. At the present time, according to sources, one of the departments of the Interior Ministry of Georgia is located in this house.
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