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Sakartvelo ruled by mafia bosses?2011-06-03 18:29
Two Georgian mafia bosses, Sergey Kutateladze (Bayko) and Roland Chikvaidze (Roland from Kutaisi) were detained yesterday at Kursky railway station in Moscow. They had planned to go to Saint-Petersburg but the trip did not work out. As a result of the search, heroine was found. It was a formal pretext for detention. Two days earlier legendary Badri from Kutaissi, a prominent figure of Kutaissi community of thieves, was also caught in Moscow. All these events are interconnected and not incidental.
Sergey Kutateladze and Roland Chikvaidze do not belong to the "pool" of criminal authorities frequently mentioned in mass media. However, that does not mean they represent "a second division" of the criminal community. They are part of the elite that prefers staying out of the spotlight.
The two elderly thieves were detained at Kursky railway station in Moscow with heroine found as a result of the search. These events are closely connected with recent arrests of other leaders of Georgia's criminal community in Russia. We will mention that below. For the time being here are some biographical details about the detained mafia bosses.
Sergey Kutateladze (Bayko) belongs to the part of the criminal community that switched over to business activity and now resorts to old ties in the criminal world with the only purpose to widen their business milieu. The last prison term that the thief was sentenced to for real crimes ended in 1992. Despite difficulties of the 1990s, Kutateladze has been quite successful ever since. He made a mistake only once - in 2004 when he decided to attend his mother's funeral. As a Georgian he could not act otherwise, but for a thief it was a mistake. At that time Georgia was already governed by Mikheil Saakashvili. It was the start of anti-criminal campaigns. As a result, Bayko was imprisoned. By that time he had lots of conflicts with other representatives of the criminal community and, as rumored, his murder was ordered. He faced a number of obstinate attempts at back breaking. Yet, the thieves failed to do it.