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Kamchy Kolbayev is a notorious crime boss in Kyrgyzstan.
On Saturday, The Record told how the home of gangland boss Steven "Bonzo" Daniel - also the nephew of Crime boss Jamie Daniel - was under police guard after he was injured in a machete attack.
Both sides of the fence: Crime boss Steve Richards (Shaun Dooley) and DCI Banks (Stephen Tompkinson)
Stating that the crime boss made the academics an open target for attacks, A.
As well as upcoming flick Black Mass, his life of crime was also depicted in the 2006 Martin Scorsese-directed blockbuster The Departed, in which Jack Nicholson plays a crime boss loosely based on him.
Bakytbek Jetigenov, member of the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan (Ar Namys), member of the counter-corruption parliamentary committee, is friend of crime boss Almaz Bokushev.
Cheers: Crime boss John Gilligan lives it up at his release party
However, questions have arisen as to whether the Russian-Georgian crime boss will face punishment for his crimes in his home country.
The streets of Mallawi have been subject to the rule of a notorious crime boss.
Former Bostom crime boss who was one of America's Most Wanted, is finally caught in California's Santa Monica area after being on the run since late 1994.
Twenty-five people were arrested in that operation, but only nine remain in custody, raising doubts about the Bulgarian system's ability to make charges stick; since 1989, Bulgaria has failed to convict a single senior official of corruption and has only jailed one crime boss.
It's an obscenity," said Joseph Gannascoli who plays a crime boss on the program.
Kinky Boots" does provide another opportunity to enjoy the versatile talents of Chiwetel Ejiofor, who you may remember as the crime-solving porter in "Dirty Pretty Things," or the master-of-humiliation crime boss in "Four Brothers," or as Denzel Washington's partner in Spike Lee's current hit "The Inside Man.
A purported crime boss who was being held as a pretrial detainee petitioned for a writ of habeas corpus, challenging his detention in a restrictive special housing unit.
By the end of the story, when Pavel defeats a Chinese crime boss by imprisoning him in stone (a trick he learns from a magic Oreo cookie), the reader is left wondering why De Niro was even mentioned.