Psychological examination on border guard suspected of killing 15 people ends in Kazakhstan
Azerbaijan, Baku, July 24 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
The psychological examination on border guard Vladislav Chelakh suspected of killing 15 people on Kazakh-Chinese border has been completed in Kazakhstan, Interfax.ru reported with reference to chief physician of Kazakh Republican Psychiatry Center Natalia Logacheva.
"The examination on Vladislav Chelakh was completed yesterday. I can not disclose them in the interests of investigation. Currently, Chelakh is being taken to the preliminary detention place," Logacheva said.
On May 30 a fire took place on Arkankergen border post on Kazakh-Chinese border. In summer 15 frontier guards serve at this post. About 15 corpses were founded at the scene including 14 border guards and a hunter from the nearby hunting ground located near the post. The fifteenth border guard was found alive near the post. Later border guard Vladislav Chelakh confessed that he killed his colleagues when they were asleep and then set fire to the barracks, where they were, the Kazakh Prosecutor General's Office reported. Chelakh named internal conflicts and clouding of consciousness as the reason of killing his colleagues. The investigation is underway.