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Revenge for the murder of Aslan Usoyan, a mafia boss, known as Ded Hassan will follow.
"The supporters of the thief-in-law Taro will still answer for that crime," said Sergey Galoyan, a well- known writer, author of a series of books on crime bosses.
He told media, Monday, Rovshan Janiyev (Rovshan Lenkoransky), thief in law, became one of the key targets of Usoyan's supporters after the murder. In early February he was reported to die at a hospital in Istanbul, but his relatives refute that report. Galoyan said that Janiyev is not the only target. New victims will follow. The writer promised to unveil new details on the live and death of Ded Hassan in his new book that will be published shortly. Earlier, Galoyan said
that Usoyan had close ties with Armenia. He organized the funerals of Rafael Baghdasaryan (Svo Raf) criminal authority in 1993. In addition, Ded Hassan had some Armenian bodyguards.
"Crime General" Ded Hassan was shot death on January 16 by a sniper when leaving a restaurant in Moscow. He was buried in Khovansky Cemetery in Moscow on Jan 20 2013 after the Georgian authorities refused to permit his burial in his motherland.