TALLINN – The criminal world of Estonia has remained without a leader since the killing of its then head Nikolai Tarankov in fall 2016, the annual review of the Office of the Prosecutor General says.
According to the prosecutor's office, the emergence of a new leader may have become stalled pending the release of Assar Paulus and Haron Dikajev from prison.
Assar Paulus was punished by a court with a seven-year jail sentence for leading a criminal organization in fall 2017. The potential timeline for the release of Haron Dikajev is yet to...
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