In Kyrgyzstan, was arrested in absentia Kurmanbek Bakiyev's brother

Jun 17, 11 In Kyrgyzstan, was arrested in absentia Kurmanbek Bakiyev's brother

Bishkek Court sanctioned the arrest of the younger brother of ex-president – Ahmad Bakiyev, who in 2011 was convicted of various crimes, and recently escaped. It is reported The decision to arrest, respectively, taken by correspondence. Location of the fugitive has not yet been established.

During the reign of Kurmanbek Bakiyev, his younger brother Ahmad considered shadow governor of Jalalabad. After the coup of 2010, which resulted in Kurmanbek Bakiyev was deposed and fled the country, Ahmad was arrested. The new government has accused him in a variety of crimes: the organization of illegal armed formation, illegal possession of weapons, organizing riots, inciting ethnic hatred and the seizure of land.

In August 2011 the brother of ex-president was sentenced to seven years in prison. However, it later reduced the sentence in connection with the amnesty, and transferred to a colony-settlement. In fact, it meant liberation: the convicted person is no longer in custody, he had to do was to report regularly to the penal colony.

Meanwhile, in early March it was reported that Ahmad Bakiyev escaped. This is reflected in the fact that he did not arrive in the colony-settlement from the hospital, where he was treated. According to one version, the younger Mr. Bakiyev had fled because of the fact that the prosecution had intended to return it to the colony (she appealed the judgment to be transferred to a colony-settlement).

In connection with the escape criminal proceedings were instituted: the actual article on the Escape from prison or custody, and the article Negligence (in respect of employees of the State Service of Corrections).

Meanwhile, an unofficial information that Ahmad Bakiyev in early March left Kyrgyzstan in a private plane. This information, as reported by K-News, examines the prosecutor's office. Discussed in the press version, according to which the escape Akhmat Bakiev helped some high-ranking officials.