Battle of the thieves' clans in Moscow? Gio Gurza killed
The victim was the representative of the gang of Merab Mzarelua, who is known as the organizer of the attacks on Chia and Reziko Dzhvarsky.
Traumatic brain injury has caused the death of the thief in law George Shirinov, known in the criminal world aka Gio Gurza. On the circumstances of the 40-year-old thief’s death the following is known: after the attack of unknown he was taken to hospital, where he died never regained consciousness.
According to reports, the injury incompatible with the life Gio Gurza suffered in Moscow, but someone of his friends took him by car in Vidnoe where he has lived in recent times. A medical ambulance hospitalized the thief with a broken head, but he died there.
According to some reports, the incident with Shirinov is directly related to his professional activity and he could become a victim of the opposing thieves' clans was. The victim was the representative of the gang of Merab Mzarelua, who is known as the organizer of the attacks on Chia and Reziko Dzhvarsky. It is possible that Shirinov directly participated in these massacres.
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