Valley of The Wolves

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Laz Ziya: DUNDAR KILIC, the mafia boss who was born in Sürmene from the Black Sea, who gave permission to Alaattin Çakıcı to ‘save his honor’ due to his daughter Uğur Çakıcı’s unwanted behavior and presence in night clubs.


Dündar Kılıç was born in 1935 in the Surmene district of Trabzon. Yesterday’s bully, whose full name is Ali Dündar Kılıç, moved to Ankara with his family when he was nine years old. Kılıç, who had his first gun at the age of 10, was arrested for the first time when he was 14 years old and attracted the attention of the judicial authorities.

In the 1960s, he was one of the most well-known criminals in the Ankara region. Developing his influence through unlicensed gambling, Kılıç had a good reputation in the underground community as he only collected money from people who had committed crimes before. He was arrested in 1960 for a murder he committed and remained in prison until 1965. In 1965, after he was released from prison, he moved to Istanbul. He was detained on various dates for different crimes he committed.

On August 15, 1972, he was caught by the Diyarbakır and Siirt Provinces Martial Law Command for harboring the THKO organization. In 1984, he was caught within the framework of Operation Fathers initiated by MIT and was found guilty of 11 different crimes and imprisoned in Mamak Prison. Kılıç’s daughter Uğur Kılıç was killed in 1995 by the men of Alaattin Çakıcı, who is her husband and is known as a famous mafia boss. After this incident, the expected conflict between Kılıç and Çakıcı did not happen; Although the reason for this situation could not be determined by the authorities, the result was not disturbing for anyone. Kılıç, who covered the educational expenses of over 10,000 students, was seen as a generous philanthropist.

He died on August 10, 1999, while being treated in his room at the American Hospital, due to problems in his upper respiratory tract. The life of Dündar Kılıç, the father-in-law of the famous bully Alaattin Çakıcı, was published in a book by his nephew Mustafa Dündar Kılıç in 2006. The 120-page book titled “The Last Bully in the Wolves Table” was published by Kitaplık Publishing. Popular T.V. The TV series was inspired by the character Kılıç, named Laz Ziya in the Valley of the Wolves.