Internet users face new video about life of Tzepovyaz in prison
A video about the life of a member of Tsapok’s organized criminal group, Vyacheslav Tsepovyaz, appeared on the Web.
The video was posted by Sergey Perin on his YouTube channel.
“I hope that the posted materials will allow law enforcement officials to draw conclusions about the situation, and also to establish that the beautiful life has lasted for years,” he wrote in a commentary on the video.
Tsepovyaz did not get into the frame. However, viewers can hear his voice. The gangster tells a certain guest Ivan about his possessions in the colony - a fenced separate building, apiary, garden, gazebo.
“Ivan, look, some kind of carrot is growing. This is an apiary where we keep the bees and swing honey. We made the shower; we will wash there. And it will be just fine,” says Tsepovyaz.
Perin notes that the video was most likely shot the same day as the crab photos.
As The CrimeRussia wrote earlier, after the scandal with delicacies, the officers transferred him from IK-3 of the Amur region to the Khabarovsk pre-trial detention center.
After the publication of compromising images, the colony faced the audit. It turned out that the former spouse of Tsepovyaz spent up to 3 million rubles a year on his maintenance in a correctional institution. This continued until their divorce in 2017.
Against the background of a powerful public resonance, the case was initiated against the leadership of IK-3 of the Amur region for easing the regime for Tsepovyaz. In January, it was reported that a criminal case was opened against employees of the colony under Exceeding Official Powers (part 1 of Art. 286 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The suspects illegally accepted gifts, and also hired relatives of convicts to organize additional meetings.
Not so much time has passed since the death of Igor ‘Adolf’ Minakov, and, as many predicted, the silent transition to possible successors of the funeral empire, which he built on the shoulders of his mobs, failed. The newly-emerging representatives of ritual services not only steal the bread from the mouths of former ‘royal subjects,’ but also control the city elections with their fists.