'Black realtors' gang member kills his cellmate
Dzhafar Mirzoev killed a shot caller from Ryazan region.
The Leninsky District Court of Vladimir will consider a criminal case initiated under part 1 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (Murder) against life-convicted member of the ‘black realtors’ gang Dzhafar Mirzoev, who strangled his cellmate in Vladimir detention facility No. 1. This was reported by the press service of the Vladimir Regional Court.
The Zebra TV website reports that the murder occurred on February 4, 2017. Mirzoev killed a shot caller from the Ryazan region, who was his cellmate. The murdered man was repeatedly convicted of committing grave crimes and demanded from his cellmates a special treatment towards to him. Mirzoev refused to fulfill the requirements of the shot caller. According to the investigation, he struck the cellmate with a pen, pencil and razor blade, and then suffocated him with a sheet.
Dzhafar Mirzoev was part of the ’black realtors’ gang, whose members took away apartments from the at-risk group. Some owners were killed. The gang was convicted in May 2016. It committed 5 murders and 20 episodes of fraud. Gang leader Azad Mammadov and its most active participant Mirzoev got life terms. The rest of the gang members were sentenced to imprisonment from 4 years 6 months to 17 years.
The gang was disclosed after police found the body of a 60-year-old local resident with traces of asphyxiation in a ditch near the Vladimir-Yuryev-Polsky road in May 2013. The woman lived in an apartment alone and fell a victim of ‘black realtors’ fraud who tried to sell her real estate. Soon, two murderers were detained, they testified against other members of the organized crime group. 14 people were convicted.
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