Chelyabinsk enforcer’s protégé is new Yekaterinburg warehouse roof
The new owner of the notorious vegetable warehouse has enlisted the support of the right hand of Chelyabinsk enforcer Ilkham Osmanov.
In Yekaterinburg the owner of the notorious vegetable warehouse No. 4 Elena Rusina got a ‘roof’. On April 5 the cafe of authority Azer Piriyev, a business partner of deceased Tatyana Rusina (Elena Rusina's mother), held a criminal gathering, where the participants got to know 47-year-old Rakhman Abdullaev, the right hand of Chelyabinsk enforcer Ilkham Osmanov.
As URA.RU reports, Abdullaev holds a high position in the criminal environment of Chelyabinsk. It is known that in 2015 he was detained by Chelyabinsk policemen, but was soon released. Now he is out of prison and keeps in touch with thieves in law Avtandil Kobeshavidze (Avto) and Nadir Salifov (Guli). Earlier URA.RU has reported that in January 2017 Azerbaijani traders working in the Sverdlovsk region swore their allegiance to Guli. The Azerbaijani criminal himself is serving a long prison term.
The attenders of the gathering featured Agayar Agaev, who had previously represented the interests of late Rovshan Lenkoransky. Now, according to the source of the publication, Agaev is the representative of Guli.
A few days ago the heiress of Tatyana Rusina changed the head of the vegetable warehouse. According to some reports, she came there accompanied by the guard of the owner of company Motiv Vitaly Kochetkov and removed from the territory former operative of the MIA of the Urals Federal District Vladimir Gorbunov and all his associates. Andrey Stolbov was appointed as the executor of the owner's will at the warehouse. Tenants said that Gorbunov promised to return and "put the offenders on their knees" in the near future.
According to the source, the situation began to get out of the control of the authorities and therefore in the near future the notorious vegetable warehouse is expecting direct actions of law enforcement agencies.
The special services believe that Russian Interior Ministry officials could have cooperated with the press to sell passport applications and border-crossing data of the two men suspected of poisoning the Skripals in Salisbury.