New thieves' clan absorbs Moscow region: security officials expect carnage
Not only security forces, but also rivals of the Azerbaijani mafia concern.
In less than four months after the death of the influential thief in law Rovshan Lenkoransky Azeri mafiosi were again in the spotlight. According to the source of Rosbalt in law enforcement agency, security forces fix unprecedented growth of the ethnic criminal community, consisting of people from Azerbaijan, activity. And it has intensified in the Moscow region.
As a source told, the new mafia conglomerate was formed this summer as a result of two clans' merger – one of thief in law Nadir Salifov nicknamed Guli and Vagif Suleymanov, known in criminal circles as Vagif Bakinsky. The last one was joined by another authority Rashad Ismayilov, also known as Rashad Ganja.
In this story all grown together: Nadir Salifov, who is serving a long prison sentence, has a powerful army of militants, Suleymanov and Ismailov have extensive contacts among big businessmen - natives of Azerbaijan, who own shopping centers and wholesale markets in the Moscow region. The source claimed that the new thieves' clan literally absorbs the entire districts near Moscow, gathering under one roof all new firms and businessmen. This process is accompanied by numerous beatings and kidnappings (only people from Azerbaijan).
Not only security forces, but also rivals of the Azerbaijani mafia concern. Thus, according to available information, the activity of Azerbaijanis has already caused a sharp resentment among other groups, which lose undercontrolled businessmen. As a result of interest conflicts there were dismantling and the security forces are expected mafia competition up to the shooting with the victims.
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