Russia secures Aslan Gagiev's extradition
The leader of an organized criminal group, who is incriminated organization of more than 60 murders, is currently in Austria under recognizance not to leave. However, as the CrimeRussia discovered, in the nearest future Gagiev will be brought to Russia.
Leader of criminal group of killers Aslan Gagiev (Dzhako) will be extradited to Russia in the nearest future. As the CrimeRussia’s source, told Moscow already agreed on this issue with Austrian authorities. Now, the leader of an organized criminal group, who is incriminated organization of 60 murders is in Vienna under recognizance not to leave.
“Gagiev will be extradited to Russia in the nearest future”, the interlocutor of the portal told. He added that considering that list of crimes, which are incriminated to Gagiev, the leader of gang, most likely, will get a life sentence of imprisonment in court.
Earlier, ex-CEO of JSC Financial Leasing Company (FLK) Nail Malyutin was brought to Russia from Vienna. He was accompanied by the staff of National central bureau of the Interpol of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. According to the criminal case file, Gagiev's gang ‘protected’ the FLK.
In addition to murders, Dzhako is incriminated large scale swindle (part 4 Art. 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). According to the investigators, in August, 2007 agreement between FLK and LLC FLK-Komplekt was signed according to which the company purchased 25 Il-114 planes. However, the money received FLK-Komplekt was right there transferred to Gagiev's account.
Besides, the leader of an organized criminal group, according to the investigators, is involved in the whole series of the crimes connected with FLK. Law enforcement authorities established that before murders businessmen and bankers were brought on Makarenko Street on Gagiev's specifying to office of this company. In particular, exactly here the chairman of the board of Kutuzovsky bank Oleg Novoselsky was brought, then his corpse filled in with cement was found in the barrel lifted from a bottom of the Moscow channel.
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