One of Solntsevskaya gang leaders found dead in Moscow
The body of Alexander Frantsevich was found in an apartment in Maryino.
One of the leaders of Solntsevskaya gang, Alexander Frantsevich, nicknamed Gans, was found dead in Moscow, reports Telegram channel Mash.
The body of 51-year-old Frantsevich was discovered in an apartment in Mariyno. A preliminary cause of death is peritonitis. According to the channel, Gans was engaged in racketeering for decades, he had about 200 thugs subordinate to him, who held the south-west of Moscow and southwestern districts of the Moscow region in awe.
Earlier, The CrimeRussia informed that Arnold Spivakovsky (previously known under the name Tamm) died in Spain in March of this year, according to the operational information of the Russian Interior Ministry of the 1990s, he was a crime lord, one of the leaders of Solntsevskaya crime group.
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