How Aslan Gagiev dealt with gang members trying to ‘quit the business’
Killer Sergei Beglaryan was a member of the ‘inner circle’ of ‘Krasnogorsk shooter’ Amiran Georgadze, who had recently become known all over the country, and could teach Georgadze firearms skills.
The CrimeRussia continues publishing exclusive criminal investigations based on the multivolume case file of a gang surpassing ‘Orekhovskie’ by the number of committed crimes. It was a group of professional killers; Aslan ‘Dzhako’ Gagiev, nicknamed ‘killer number one’, was its ideologist and leader. In the course of its previous inquiries, the CrimeRussia managed to find out that in order to ensure financial stability for his gang, Gagiev had infiltrated the Financial Leasing Company, the largest air leasing provider in Russia, and jointly with his accomplices embezzled huge amounts of money allocated to the company from the federal budget. Currently Aslan Gagiev is a suspect in several banditry and swindling criminal cases. Furthermore, courts of the Russian Federation have already proven the guilt of ‘killer number one’: 9 members of his criminal group, who had admitted their guilt in full, have earlier been sentenced to lengthy prison terms. This is a prelude to the upcoming sentencing of Gagiev.
Today the CrimeRussia is publishing materials of a criminal case illustrating the cruelty and bloodiness of Aslan Gagiev. This person was merciless both to ‘contracted’ victims and ‘his own people’.
Overnight into October 2, 2012, a high-profile murder occurred in Moscow. Media outlets reported that unknown assassins have gunned down Sergei Beglaryan, a Moscow businessman with Armenian roots, in his Toyota Land Cruiser on Kronshtadtsky boulevard. During searches in the residence of the victim, operatives have found an arms cache, including Stechkin and Makarov pistols, grenades, numerous ammunition, etc. Informed sources stated that the tire assembling business was a disguise for the real profession of Beglaryan – who, in fact, was a killer with strong reputation.
According to documents obtained by the CrimeRussia, for a long time Beglaryan was an active member of the gang led by Aslan Gagiev and participated in high-profile crimes – but at some point, he decided to ‘quit the business’ and paid for this with his own life on October 2, 2012. It is known that Beglaryan was killed by former ‘colleagues’ as per order of Gagiev.
The source has also stated that contract killer Beglaryan was a member of the ‘inner circle’ of ‘Krasnogorsk shooter’ Amiran Georgadze, who had recently become known all over the country. According to the official statement of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Georgadze had dispatched the Krasnogorsk officials a la gangster, shooting from both hands. It can’t be ruled out the professional assassin Beglaryan could teach Georgadze firearms skills.
The CrimeRussia continues its inquiry into the bloody path of the gang led by Aslan Gagiev and expects to publish a series of exclusive articles soon.
DOCUMENTS: Information letter signed by colonel of justice S.Sh. Orazaev, Head of the Investigation Team – Acting Head of the Fifth Department of the Administration for Special Cases of the Main Investigations Directorate in the North Caucasus Federal District of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation
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