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Watch: Mafia Kingpin Gunned Down At Party Celebrating His Release From Prison

What’s even more dangerous than a Russian Prison? Your first day back on the streets, if someone has it in for you.

What must have seemed like ‘the first day of the rest of his life’, as he stepped out of prison, turned out to be his last.

Alexander Zhestokov, 39, thought to be a Mafia Kingpin in Russia, was in a restaurant on the night of his release, talking with a group of people.

You can see him chatting in the CC footage until suddenly, a guy in a mask and a hood walks up behind him, sticks a gun in his back, unloads about six rounds, and leaves him for dead.

Obviously, the footage is disturbing to some viewers. Don’t click it if you would rather not see the scene described above.

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Was it someone getting payback for having been wronged by the Mafia guy? Was he getting knocked off by a rival?

Aren’t you glad you live in a country that still appreciates and values Law And Order, even if a few political malcontents do not?

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