SBU expelled from Ukraine Georgian thief in law

СБУ выдворила из Украины грузинского вора в законе

One of the leaders of Sukhumi clan of thieves “Irakli Hutu” is the forty most influential thieves in law in the territory of the former Soviet Union, according to the SBU.

Employees of the security Service of Ukraine expelled from the country by the influential Georgian “thief in law” nicknamed “Irakli Hutu”, which had illegally arrived in Odessa. About it reports a press-service SBU on Saturday, April 14.

According to the Agency, the staff of intelligence service found that one of the leaders of Sukhumi clan of thieves “Irakli Hutu” was illegally in Ukraine using fake documents, issued in the name of another person.

“Thief in law” arrived in Ukraine to monitor the criminal activities of rounds in Odessa region and redistribution of incomes of illegal business burglaries, drug trafficking, and theft of luxury cars”, – stated in the message.

The attacker was forcibly expelled from the territory of Ukraine entry ban. Seized the passport of citizen of Ukraine by the decision of the State migration service cancelled.

Earlier, police detained at the Kiev region “thief in law” Ramaz Baghdad, who was in Ukraine in 2011.

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