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The leader of a gang from North Ossetia, Artur Dzhioev, was sentenced to 20 years in prison in a strict regime colony for killing 15 people and organizing kidnappings.
This was reported in the Main Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia for the North Caucasian Federal District, writes TASS.
It is specified that Dzhioev was sentenced to a final sentence of 20 years in prison in a strict regime colony with restriction of freedom for 2 years.
The investigation established that Dzhioev was a member of a criminal community organized to commit grave and especially grave crimes in the territory of North Ossetia, Moscow, and the Moscow region. Since 2010, he led a local gang, in the period from 2004 to 2014 he took part in the commission of several serious and especially serious crimes.
Currently, 24 members of the criminal community have been sentenced to long terms of imprisonment, including life. Seven people were put on the international wanted list, seven more were killed as a result of internal conflicts from 2010 to 2014.
Residents were convicted of creating a gang leader
Earlier in the Ulyanovsk region, residents were convicted of creating a gang, kidnapping, and extortion: the defendants took their victims to the forest, where they threatened and beat them. The investigation believes that the gang was organized by two convicts who were in the colony at that time.