Former Head of Moscow Ossetian community personally shot Shesh-Besh restaurant chain owner’s driver
New details were found out during the investigation of the high-profile case of the murder of the Shesh-Besh Oriental cuisine restaurant network founder’s personal driver, whose body was found two weeks ago in the Moscow River in the Luzhniki District in a sleeping bag.
Earlier, we wrote that a few days ago, on suspicion of the organizing a crime in Moscow, the former Chairman of the Ossetian community in Moscow Valery Kabolov and his 24-year-old son Inal were detained. They hired a killer to assassinate the driver working for the entrepreneur Geys Mammadov.
Later, the media reported that the victim was shot by Kabolov’s second son, 20-year-old Vladimir. The reason for the murder was the division of business and real estate in the city center between the two ethnic criminal groups, consisting of natives of North Ossetia and Azerbaijan.
Today Life.ru citing its own sources in the police said that the driver of the Shesh-Besh was shot by Valery Kabolov himself and sons were ordered to get rid of the corpse.
The driver and restaurants owner’s friend, whom the edition called Anzor T., was lured under the pretext of a conversation to an apartment on Kutuzov Avenue, where he was killed.
The murder was not committed for the sake of deterrence: Mammadov’s driver was his friend and often represented the boss’s interests in the business issues.
Then, Kabolov’s sons, the MGIMO students, packed up the body in a bag, tied the dumbbells to the victim’s legs and took the corpse to the river.
The investigation is continuing.
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