Showdown of Armenians in Novosibirsk: pawnbroker shot dead
He later died in hospital from multiple injuries.
In Novosibirsk, a man was killed the day before. The shooting was conducted from gray Nissan with the Armenian numbers. Now the city faces an interception plan.
According to KP-Novosibirsk, the Yezidi, who owned a pawn shop, was killed, that could have caused the conflict. Note that criminal patriarch Aslan Usoyan (Ded Hasan) who died in 2013, as well as a well-known thief in law Zakhar Kalashov (Shakro Molodoy) were Yezidi. At the same time, MK reports that the deceased was an Armenian - 41-year-old Andranik Muradyan.
He was standing at the bus stop near the house number 1 on Gogolya Street when a passenger car braked near him, and the sounds of the shooting were heard. Later, the security forces found 10 cartridges. The ambulance arrived and brought the man to the hospital, but failed to save him - he received multiple injuries in the pile cell area, his heart was damaged, and the bullets hit his head and stomach.
A criminal case was initiated over murder under part 1 of Article 105. An investigation is ongoing. Currently, investigators, criminologists, and police operatives are working at the scene of the incident, KP-Novosibirsk quotes the ICR of the Novosibirsk region.
According to the source of the edition in power structures, the incident can be considered a showdown between the Lenininskaya and Pervomayskaya gangs.
In Novosibirsk, there was previously a loud criminal story related to the Yezidis. In 2011, entrepreneur Kyara Aloyan was also shot dead.
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