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The last member of the Klyuchevskaya gang was convicted in Transbaikalia

The last member of the Klyuchevskaya gang was convicted in Transbaikalia
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The Central District Court of Chita sentenced the last member of the Klyuchevski gang, Vladislav Telkin. For murders, kidnapping and banditry, he was sentenced to 24,5 years in a strict regime colony.

According to the press service of the Prosecutor's Office of the Trans-Baikal Territory, the court established that from 1995 to 2005 Telkin, as part of a criminal group, committed the murders of 13 people, among whom were members of competing gangs and citizens not associated with crime.

“At the end of the gang's activities, two of its founders and leaders were killed by former subordinates,” the prosecutor's office explained.

For a long time, the activities of the gang remained unpunished. In April last year, another member of the Klyuchevskaya organized crime group was sentenced for murder and kidnapping. He was also found guilty of gang membership and attacks. A cooperation agreement has been concluded with the man charged with committing seven murders. The court sentenced him to 17 and a half years in prison in a strict regime correctional colony.

Earlier, the head of the gang, Dmitry Nepomniachtchi, and five of its members - Ivan Dyazhur, Alexander Kudryavtsev, Alexey Guskov, Igor Degtyarev and Alexander Tyumentsev - were also found guilty. All of them went to the colony strict regime for periods from 23 to 25 years.

 

 

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