On the same day, when in Moscow the Ingush thief in law Akhmed Sutuly, accused under 210.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, was acquitted by a jury, two titled Chechens were arrested in Turkey: 55-year-old Hussein Akhmadov, aka Slepoy, and 41-year-old Akhmed Dombaev, better known in the criminal environment as Shalinsky.
The first was detained in Antalya on suspicion of involvement in the showdown in March last year, as a result of which one Chechen was killed and the second was seriously injured.
According to the source, the attempt to pay off the Turks was not successful, and Hussein, who had previously been repeatedly convicted, is highly likely to face a new term in a Turkish prison.
The second was detained in Istanbul along with a large entourage on suspicion of having links with the leadership of the Chechen Republic, whom the Turkish authorities do not favor. With any luck, Ahmed will be deported.