George Gugushvilli: primecrime.ru
Presnensky court of Moscow on the basis of accusatory verdict of the jury was sentenced to 13 years of a citizen of Georgia Giorgi Gugushvili, known as the kingpin Gogh Poti. This was reported by press service of the Prosecutor of the capital.
The authority will serve his sentence in a colony of special regime. The convicted person must also pay the relatives of the deceased one million rubles.
According to the Ministry, June 8, 2013, Gugushvili quarreled with the owner in Bryusov lane in the course of the conflict, plunged a knife into the chest of the man, then fled the scene.
From penetrating wounds to the heart, a businessman, died in hospital several hours later.
Were wanted for more than four years, Gugushvili was arrested in March 2018.
The businessman, who was killed authority, was the name of Alexander Kharchenko and he was the son of the Deputy head of the presidential administration and government of Dagestan, writes “Moskovsky Komsomolets”.
According to the publication, he in Bryusov lane was a shop for organic food, popular among local residents. Kharchenko let go of the subtenants who opened a cafe. But the visitors began to complain about poor sanitation, rats and mice. Kharchenko, concerned about the reputation of their business, decided to close a catering.
On the evening of 8 June 2013, cafe owner in a raised voice spoke with three men. One of them drew from his belt a knife and hit Melanie in the heart. As told by his friend who brought the wounded to the hospital, before her death, Melanie had to call my dad and say “Dad, I killed, I stabbed in the heart, the heart stops, all dad, bye!”.
The testimony of witnesses, details of the phone confirmed the guilt of the Gugushvili murder Kharchenko.
As noted, “MK”, Poti Gogh in the criminal world was in charge of burglary. He has several previous convictions and, according to the police he is crowned, but recognized by all.
The relatives of the deceased promised to give the money to the orphanage.
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