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Criminal case filed on shoot-out in military unit in Kazakhstan

Society Materials 24 July 2012 11:43 (UTC +04:00)
Karaganda Military Investigation Department of the Kazakh Interior Ministry has filed a criminal case against Senior Lieutenant Mirgali Khadyrov under Part 3 of Article 24, paragraph "a" of Part 2 of Article 96 of the Criminal Code on "attempted murder" on a shoot-out in one of the military units in Priozersk, Military Prosecutor’s Office told Trend on Monday.
Criminal case filed on shoot-out in military unit in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan, Astana, July 24 / Trend, D. Mukhtarov /

Karaganda Military Investigation Department of the Kazakh Interior Ministry has filed a criminal case against Senior Lieutenant Mirgali Khadyrov under Part 3 of Article 24, paragraph "a" of Part 2 of Article 96 of the Criminal Code on "attempted murder" on a shoot-out in one of the military units in Priozersk, Military Prosecutor's Office told Trend on Monday.

As it turned out, on July 22, 2012 at around 10:50 in the Priozersk city in Karaganda region in duty room of the military unit 44841 of the Defense Ministry, in response to a reprimand of Lieutenant Colonel Gabit Umirov and his demand to subordinate and comply with ethical standards Assistant Duty Senior Lieutenant Mirgali Khadyrov began to threaten with use of government-issue weapons for no reason.

"Realizing danger of Khadyrov's actions, Umirov and military unit duty Captain Zhakibayev took measures to prevent possible criminal offence in order to prevent threats to their lives and health. Bringing Khadyrov down to the floor, Zhakibayev and Umirov received gunshot wound from a single shot while trying to disarm him," Prosecutor's Office said.

Zhakibayev and Umirov have been hospitalized.

"Karaganda Military Investigation Department of the Kazakh Interior Ministry has filed a criminal case against Senior Lieutenant Mirgali Khadyrov," the Military Prosecutor's Office said.

Khadyrov was detained in accordance with Article 132 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the investigation is underway.

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