Advertisements Early life Aleksandr Solonik was born in 1960 in the Russian city of. No measures of any kind were enacted to prevent the legalization of criminal income. In prison, he underwent an operation to remove the bullet. Dlugatsj was shot in a crowded disco despite the fact that he was surrounded by bodyguards. While they were talking to Solonik, someone threw a thin cord around his neck and strangled him from behind. After that, the other inmates wisely decided to let him keep to himself. Solonik had certainly amassed enough power by the time of his death to have orchestrated a fake death.
Last time I read this was in July 2007, it's gotten alot worse since then. However, Solonik fought off multiple attacks and earned the respect of his fellow inmates. Reportedly, his dead body has been found in Greece, after the assassination occured in January 1997, however, rumors are still circulating that he orchestrated his own assassination in order to spend the rest of his life living under assumed name. In 1995 he escaped yet again, when his jailer Sergey Menshikov, rumored to be a mob sleeper agent, provided him with a pistol and climbing equipment. He could likely still be alive According to rumours, Solonik was finally put to rest by a Moscow Organized Crime group. He was found dead in in 1997. The court sentenced Solonik to eight years in prison, but upon hearing the sentence, he escaped through a window and disappeared for several months until he was arrested again.
Solonik was also shot it is said that the bullet hit him in the kidney, which is incredibly painful, though not necessarily lethal. Rumors There are many rumors about Alexander Solonik, including his ability to shoot with both hands and his roles in some of the high profile assassinations he was allegedly involved in. Six months later he murdered another important Russian mob boss. Vinner had become boss of a rival organization after Dlugatsj's death. In the weeks after his body was found, Greek authorities raided the villas of Solonik's organization and found an arsenal of weapons. He was soon married and his wife gave birth to a daughter. The guy was like the fucking Harry Houdini of supermax penitentiaries.
Wikipedia A graduate of music school and a former worker at a space industry factory in Moscow, the young Sasha Soldat Alexander Pustovalov was drafted into the army and assigned to the elite marine corps. After 2 years of imprisonment, he escaped again. Authorities nevertheless identified the body as Solonik. Upset at having his dream crushed, Solonik found work as a grave digger. Eventually, she moved her operations to Miami and basically became Lady Scarface.
He was the ultimate assassin, a man who, to this day, is known throughout Russia by only one moniker — Superkiller. After some time they divorced and Solonik remarried another woman, with whom he had a son. Solonik was said to be carrying a raincoat, under which he had a small automatic weapon concealed. Harvey conspired with a 21-year-old named Osvaldo Espinoza Ortiz, who was arrested by the police. He is one of only a few people to have for the Soviet Union. Upon his return to Czechoslovakia, Koecher was named a hero and given a job with the government.
So, the hitman later returned and blew up the parking lot in revenge. Upon returning home, Solonik obtained a job as a gravedigger at the Kurgan cemetery. The body was found strangled to death and had no identification documents on him. According to rumor, Solonik took on as many as 12 inmates at a time, earning the respect of his fellow prisoners. It was never known if he truly felt pangs of guilt and was sincere in his repentance.
Eventually Alexander Solonik surfaced in Greece with a fake passport, which he secured from the Greek consulate in Moscow. Biography Early life Aleksandr Solonik was born in 1960 in the Russian city of Kurgan. This guy was the actual John Wick In prison Solonik was designated to solitary confinement because he served on active duty and had some police training, but later was transferred to serve his jail time among the other general population of the prison. Rumors spread that he was supported by the. Solonik and a fellow criminal were apprehended by the Moscow police when they were having a drink at a Moscow marketplace. Apparently, Solonik was unable to extort money from Kvantrishvili and several weeks later murdered him in an act of revenge. Authorities nevertheless identified the body as Solonik.
When he finished school, he enlisted the Soviet Armoured Forces and was deployed to Tank Regiment, a part ot the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany. Solonik had certainly amassed enough power by the time of his death to have orchestrated a fake death. The soon-to-be hitman enjoyed his military experience and asked to be sent to the front when the first Chechen War broke out in 1994, but it was not meant to be. Many of the details surrounding Raymond Lee Harvey remain a mystery. Eventually, the law caught up with Alexander Solonik, and he was arrested by several officers on the streets of Moscow one morning.
To this day Solonik remains the only person to ever escape from this facility. Law enforcement took special interest and made several attempts to send him back to the prison. This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's. Dlugatsj was shot in a crowded disco even though he was surrounded by bodyguards. Solonik's first target, the leader of a rival organization, stood little chance and was eliminated in 1990 in the city of. He was soon married and his wife gave birth to a daughter. In 1992, Solonik assassinated Russian thief in law Viktor Nikiforov.
As a child, Solonik showed great interest in martial arts and firearms. Now Solonik was heavily guarded and on his way to the gulag, as an extra precaution. Eventually Solonik surfaced in Greece with a , which he secured from the Greek consulate in Moscow. He was soon married and his wife gave birth to a daughter. Limping Max became a very religious man. Evidently, Aum Shinrikyo's science division had been busy manufacturing weapons of mass destruction.