Footage of the transfer of the FSIN of the Russian Federation of the leader of a gang that beat passers-by in St. Petersburg, who fled to Azerbaijan, has appeared
The Azerbaijani authorities extradited to the Russian Federation the leader of a youth gang that attacked and beat passers-by for fun. Crimes were committed on the streets of St. Petersburg. The extradition was announced by the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation.
As it became known, Tural Mamedov, after the affairs of his gang received coverage in the media and became known to law enforcement agencies, tried to hide on the territory of Azerbaijan. However, the Azerbaijani authorities made a wise decision and decided to extradite the citizen accused of committing crimes to the Russian Federation.
In the published footage, you can see how Azerbaijani police officers hand Mamedov over to representatives of the Federal Penitentiary Service of the Russian Federation (FSIN RF). The young man is escorted to a special vehicle for transporting prisoners by Azerbaijani police, and at the FSIN vehicle he is already met by Russian security forces.
Tural Mamedov is accused of committing crimes, liability for which is provided for in Part 2 of Art. 213 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (hooliganism committed with the use of violence against citizens by a group of persons), paragraph “a”, part 2 of Art. 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (actions aimed at inciting hatred and enmity of a group of persons based on nationality, committed in public, including using information and telecommunication networks, including the Internet, with the use of violence).
As the investigation established, on October 15, Mamedov, along with his accomplices, was at one of the shopping and entertainment centers in St. Petersburg and attacked passers-by, beating them and posting video footage on the Internet. An attack by his gang on young people in June 2023 was also recorded.
The court decided to place Mamedov in custody, since he had previously fled from law enforcement agencies. Now the young man will be placed in a pre-trial detention center, where he will remain until his sentencing.
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