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Post by Nizarr » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:56 pm

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LITTLE MOSCOW, NEW PLAYERS AT THE HELM?
By Douglas Reynolds
July 21, 2017 4:34 PM PST
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Eurasian OPG's emerged out of the fall of the Soviet Union surprisingly quick and powerfully. It began rapidly "colonizing" the new monetary and political structures. Exaggeration in any case, the "mafiya" does not "own" new Russia, but rather it is without a doubt an effective constrain, and one which has energetically abused new chances to develop key collusions in the worldwide black market and furthermore spread its wings, internationally.

It is presently at an important crossroads at home. It is developing, as bigger, more professional networks eliminate or incorporate the myriad gangs that have risen in the freewheeling days of the early Russian state, and under President Putin it confronts an administration set out upon a state-building program bigoted of the sort of open rebellion that described the mid 1990s. In any case, Russian OC remains strikingly disorganized, characterized by loose and highly entrepreneurial networks rather than disciplined hierarchies, and there are still pressures, including the effect of outside criminal infiltration and the developing benefits from drug and arms smuggling, which threaten the present status quo.

These Eurasian crime groups however, have somehow found themselves at the heart of the Los Santos, more specifically East Beach. East Beach, labelled "Little Moscow" is renowned for it's vast Eurasian presence since the mid 1990's. The latest rush of Eurasian migration gain momentum after the fall of the Iron Curtain, where a considerable number of Eastern Europeans moved to the United States to rejoin with relatives or look for better opportunities than the one's presented back home.

Little Moscow is an area in East Los Santos focused east of the "Brooklyn Blocks" area of the district. Despite the fact that Little Moscow signifies a fundamentally Russian occupation, a few other Eurasian's have come to call the district home. It is obscure where this enclave really closes as the line between the more established enclaves and consistent developments has convoluted the assumptions around the territory.
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Last image of Egorov, pictured 2016.

As of recently, illicit activity surrounding Little Moscow and it's diminishing criminal enterprises have become revamped, "The dawn of a new era", so to speak. These changes have become apparent in recent months as the community in general has seen an economic boom, not to mention a reported wave of crime and murders documented by the Los Santos Police Department. Sources have revealed that the latest criminal conspiracy in regards to this surge of crime and the execution of old Russian leadership is nothing less an a coup. A coup that was spearheaded by a rumoured Vory Spokesman, Kazimir Egorov.

It is unknown exactly what Egorov's ties are to the Vor V Zakone, however alternative sources pinpoint him as the sole assailant in spearheading the movement that lead to the deaths of many prominent figures on the Little Moscow scene. Studied reports reveal that a confrontation had come to fruition between members of the Tsaryov Gang; "Grigory Isayev" & "Dan Volkov" as well as notable Vory figures. Needless to say, this confrontation didn't last long and Isayev along with Volkov soon wound up missing, presumed dead.

Since then, changes have been made in regards to the operations around Little Moscow, suggesting that new players are at the helm. More can only be revealed as time goes on...

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credits @ Ledoux
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Vor V Zakone

Post by Nizarr » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:56 pm

Vor V Zakone ("Thieves in-law")

Despite the fact that Armenia, Chechnya, Estonia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan have long had crooks and thieves, amid the confusion of the Russian Revolution of 1917, outfitted posses multiplied until the point when they turned into an extremely huge factor which controlled society. The criminal culture with its own slang, culture and laws wound up plainly known as Vorovskoy Mir or "Criminal/Thieves World".
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The "Thieves in-law" shaped as a society for ruling the criminal underworld within the prison camps, "who administer the dim crevices in Soviet life past the span of the KGB". They embraced an arrangement of aggregate duty, and pledged to a code of "complete submission to the laws of criminal life, including commitments to support criminal ideal, dismissal of a legitimate lifestyle (must help oneself through criminal endeavors) and refusal to take an interest in all political exercises.

Vor consider penitentiaries their actual home and have an expression, "The home for angels is heaven, and the home for a Vor is prison." As per Aleksandr Gurov, a specialist on the Vor who headed organized crime units of theSoviet Interior Ministry and the GRU, "unlike the Cosa Nostra the Vory have 'less rules, but more severe rules' " and the individuals must have no binds to the administration, which means they can't serve in the armed forces or collaborate with authorities while in jail. They should likewise have served a few prison sentences before they can be considered. They additionally are not permitted to get married."

Furthermore, according to Michael Schwirtz Levkiv "ethnicity has infrequently decided if somebody can join the club, and today numerous individuals, even those active inside Russia, are from other post-Soviet nations, for example, Armenia, Georgia, or Chechnya, are not ethnic Russians." While there still are a great deal of ethnic Russian vor, many likewise are drawn from other ethnic gatherings from the previous Soviet Union.

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After the fall of the Soviet Union in the 1990s, the vory accepted a main role inside the Russian criminal chain of command (The Russian Mafia). The gathering could "penetrate the best political and financial strata while command of the burgeoning crime network that spread murderously through the post-Soviet countries."

Thieves in-law are given the title by other vor and keeping in mind the end goal to be acknowledged they should show significant administration aptitudes, personal ability, intellect, charisma, along with a well-documented criminal record. Once acknowledged they should live as per the thieves' code. The punishment for infringement of this code is frequently mutilation or death. Purportedly, "today the Vory have spread far and wide, to Madrid, Berlin, and New York" and are "included in everything from low scale burglary to billion-dollar tax evasion schemes while acting as mediators among clashing Russian criminal factions due to their prison ties."

Purportedly, as free enterprise started to grab hold in Russia, an expanding number of white collar criminals started to assume control of more lucrative ventures. While these new criminal components initially worked with the Vory in the 1990s, in the 2000s(the dawn of the corporate era), ties to Corporate America and Government developed greatly in importance. Thus, while the "Vory are as yet solid in betting and retail exchange," their significance in the Russian economy and society has decreased. In any case, since the dominant part of offenders in the end are captured and detained, sooner or later they will interact with the Vory who are at the highest point of the chain of command of the criminal world inside the reformatory framework in Russia.

credits @ Ledoux
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Post by Nizarr » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:56 pm

Private forums are down, we trying to fix it

CK permissions. (This is a must if you roleplaying with us)
Upon joining the faction it's required that we obtain CK rights over your character, one of the following OOC leaders will PM shorly after joining with confirmation of your CK perms.
If you still have any questions or complaints, you can contact me for it.
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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Glava » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:57 pm

Reserved
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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Nathan_Chapman » Thu Apr 13, 2017 5:58 pm

lets go

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Re: Little Moscow

Post by rimvis » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:03 pm

Back on track :twisted:

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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Gizzmo » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:09 pm

gl

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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Adri » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:09 pm

fire in the hole

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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Supreme$$ » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:10 pm

good luck

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Re: Little Moscow

Post by BBQ Sauce » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:14 pm

Looks good!

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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Jaymore » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:15 pm

Oh sheeeet, following.
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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Alter Ego » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:21 pm

Reserved.
"La personalidad es la confianza del propio Alter Ego representado en uno mísmo"
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Re: Little Moscow

Post by Iakovos » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:29 pm

Good luck with it!
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Re: Little Moscow

Post by VaudeVillian » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:31 pm

Commie take over of LS

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Re: Little Moscow

Post by puro_norte » Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:39 pm

gl looks good

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