Azerbaijani shot dead in Tbilisi. His name appeared in case of Rovshan Lenkoransky's murder
The status of murdered 42-year-old Elchin Mamedov in the criminal case upon the thief in law’s murder is not specified.
42-year-old Azerbaijani citizen Elchin Mamedov was shot in his car in the tourist center of Tbilisi. According to the Georgian television channel Rustavi 2, the name of the murdered man appears in the case of thief in law Rovshan Dzhaniev’s (Rovshan Lenkoransky) murder.
The murder occurred tonight in the Abanotubani area. The car of the Toyota brand was fired 8 times. One of the bullets turned out to be fatal for the Azeri.
According to eyewitnesses, the shooting was preceded by a quarrel. Before getting into his SUV, Elchin Mamedov was in conflict with someone at the Bread House restaurant.
Georgian police initiated a criminal case under Art. 108 (Intentional Murder) and Art. 236 (Illegal Acquisition and Possession of Weapons). Law enforcers establish the identity of the suspect.
Rustavi 2 TV channel reported that the name of Elchin Mamedov was in the case initiated in connection with the murder of Rovshan Dzhaniev. Recall, one of the most influential thieves in law of the last decade, Rovshan Lenkoransky was shot in his SUV along with the driver on the night of August 18, 2016 in the suburbs of Istanbul. Officially, his murder has not yet been solved, but in January 2017, Rashad Ismailov (Rashad Gandzhinsky), the thief in law, declared that Rovshan Lenkoransky was killed on his orders out of revenge for the murder of authoritative businessman Dzhambulat Shamil Ogly in the spring of 2016 in Moscow.
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