The former head of Kyrgyzstan's security forces surrendered to authorities

Mar 23, 11 The former head of Kyrgyzstan's security forces surrendered to authorities

The former head of the National Security Service of Kyrgyzstan Murat Sutalinov, who worked with Kurmanbek Bakiyev, and after the 2010 coup was declared wanted by the new authorities, was arrested. Informs Interfax.

Sutalinov, as Bakiyev, left Kyrgyzstan after last year's rebellion. Recently, the Kyrgyz law enforcement agencies as reported Fergana, stated that he lives in neighboring Kazakhstan and is engaged in business there.

Meanwhile, December 14, according to AKI, Sutalinov appear in court on the so-called business April 7 (the cause of the death of the rebels stormed government house April 7, 2010), which takes place in Bishkek. How long has he returned to Kyrgyzstan, are not reported.

Attorney ex-head of the NSC said Kubanychbek Tashbaltaev edition Vesti.kg, that his client appeared in court voluntarily.

In court Sutalinov was officially taken into custody. He was put on trial along with other defendants in the case.

Murat Sutalinov after the first revolution in Kyrgyzstan (2005), was appointed interior minister. Later headed the republic Bakiyev appointed him head of intelligence. After another revolution (2010), which resulted in Bakiyev was overthrown, the new authorities accused Sutalinov (as well as some other members of the former leadership of the republic) involvement in the killing insurgents (that he gave orders to use weapons against the crowd.)