Within framework of Rovshan Lenkoransky's murder case it was detained businessman
This is the man, who was originally named the kingpin's driver, however, it turned out to be an Azerbaijani businessmen.
In Turkey, during the investigation of the criminal case of the murder of the Azerbaijani mafia boss Rovshan Dzhaniev, nicknamed Rovshan Lenkoransky, it was detained another person. This is the man, who was originally named the kingpin's driver, however, it turned out to be an Azerbaijani businessmen Tair D. It was he, according to the latest information of the Turkish media, who that evening was at the wheel of the car, in which was moving Rovshan Lenkoransky. What exactly he is accused of is unknown.
Recall that immediately after the shooting to Dzhaniev there were detained three of his henchmen, Haji Beylagan (Talybhanly), Zaur Sumgait and Vahid Bakinsky, who, according to some reports, were his regular killers. They may be involved in the murder of the kingpin Goja Bakinsky, which could ordered Dzhaniev, as well as a number of murders committed in the territory of Russia.
Meanwhile, on the Internet there were posted photos and video, which depicted the funeral of the murdered kingpin. He was enjoyed huge support in the motherland, including this among representatives of the authorities. He was buried in the hometown Lenkarani on 19 August. On the video you can see how the coffin was accompanied by a crowd of several thousand people, mostly young people. On the kingpin's grave - wreaths from the lads.
Dzhaniev was called one of the main opponents of Ded Hasan and a probable murderer of him. The criminal patriarch was killed by a sniper in January 2013 in Moscow. The killer was never found.
Video: Funeral of Rovshan Lenkoransky
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