The 42-year-old Georgian, who was killed on January 1 in Moskhato in front of his son and wife, fell into the hands of the Greek police twice for possession of drugs.
According to fingerprint research, police arrested twice in 2012 and 2013 Shots of Tevdoradzebecause he was found to have a small amount of drugs.
It is known that the Georgian authorities immediately notified the Greek police about Tevtoradze’s past, after which he was fingerprinted, as he was a well-known criminal, one of the leaders of the Kutaisi thieves’ diaspora, known in certain circles as Shotiko, and was also on the list Interpol on drug cases and participation in a criminal organization.
The man received four bullets when he returned home with his companion and 5-year-old son on the evening of Saturday, January 1 from among the guests. A little later at 22:00, their friend, who drove the family to the house, dropped them off at the entrance to the apartment building where he lived Tevdoradze… The assassin approached him and fired three shots, then fired a control shot in the head before disappearing.
The Greek police believe that this is “settling accounts between members of the Georgian mafia, and this will not end there.”
It is worth noting that after the thieves in law were outlawed in Georgia, at least hundreds of criminal authorities, crowned as a “thief in law”.
Some of them continued their criminal activities and ended up in Greek prisons, and some “lay low”, allegedly retiring from business.