7:06 PM 8/24/2021 - “KavKaz Nation gangsters are absolutely violent and dangerous. But most of them are minor-leaguers compared to the more sophisticated Eastern European organized criminals linked to Thieves-in-Law,” said Matt Jacobs, a former assistant US attorney for the Eastern District of New York.
7:06 PM 8/24/2021 - Post Link How these Eastern European ‘minor leaguers’ wreaked havoc on Brooklyn’s criminal underworld By Ben Feuerherd August 16, 2021 5:36pm Updated David Mordukhaev shimmied down a rope from his fifth-floor cell at the Vernon C. Bain Correction Center. David Dee Delgado/Getty Images MORE ON: RUSSIAN MOB Gangster who busted out of Rikers barge sentenced for daring escape Russian mobster convicted in Brooklyn slay helped feds win fraud conviction: docs Feds say Russian rapper laundered money, flaunted wealth online Doctor accused of gunning down neighbors blames Russian mob A ragtag crew of Eastern European criminals in Brooklyn recently managed to do something they haven’t in years — grab the spotlight from more “sophisticated” gangs, thanks to a daring jail break from Rikers Island, law-enforcement experts say. The “minor-leaguers,” known as the “KavKaz Nation,” have wreaked havoc in the criminal underworld in southern Brooklyn for nearly a decade by stea