Lights go out in penal colony for hour when mafia boss Vagon died
The kingpin’s lawyers doubt that it was a suicide.
In IK-11, the Perm Region, on the day of the death of mafia boss Vladimir Vagin, nicknamed Vagon, lights went off for about an hour, the lawyer of the deceased, Andrey Guzev, who received information from the employees of the Perm FSIN, reported. The ICR for the region met the lawyers request to obtain the exact time of power outage. Perhaps, CCTV did not record the death of the kingpin.
It is to be recalled that Vagon died on September 21. According to the official version, he committed suicide. Lawyer Guzev concedes it was murder. To the IK-11, Vagon was transferred three days before he died. In the same colony, about 2 years ago, mafia boss Max Pioneer died under the similar circumstances, and before him Badri Koguashvili was tortured. IK-11 in the 1950s was conceived as a transfer for ‘breaking’ mafia bosses.
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