"I will leave in two weeks, wait for me." Leader of Ashcheulovskie gang smash cell during confrontation and spit investigator
The guards could hardly pacify the bandit.
Condemned to 18 years of imprisonment, Andrei Ashcheulov, known as the leader of the organized criminal group Ashcheulovskie, which kept the Kuraginsky district of the Krasnoyarsk Territory in custody, literally blew the cage during a confrontation. Video terrible interrogation appeared on the web.
On the shots, the gangster curses at the investigators, spits, removes the lock from the cage, throws it at the opponent at the confrontation. The guards are trying to calm him down, but to no avail. Threats of the use of force to Ashcheul do not stop - he begins to knock the door of the cage "off his feet". When the investigator asks Ashcheulov "to behave adequately," he replies that "he is inadequate."
“I'll be out in two weeks, wait for me,” Ashcheulov shouts.
As The CrimeRussia wrote earlier, the Ashcheulovskie gang became known thanks to local media. The gangsters kept the population of a small district in fear for several years - they broke into houses, robbed, beat and even killed people. But the Ministry of Internal Affairs shrugged - "look for who benefits", the police responded to the journalist Mikhail Afanasyev, who tried to draw attention to the lawlessness.
Ashcheulov was detained several times, but always released under various pretexts. After the publication of several well-known publications, the case was moved off the ground - the gang was detained, all its members were sentenced.
Major of the Operative Unit No. 6 in the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow, Kirill Dvoretskov, is the nephew of General Boris Pishchulin, who used to head the police of the South-Eastern Administrative District of Moscow.