Kazakh border guard explains motives for killing colleagues
Thursday, June 7, 2012 - 15:59
Kazakh border guard Vladislav Chelakh confessed that he killed his colleagues when they were asleep, the official representative of the Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan Nurdaulet Suindikov said.
"Internal conflicts and clouding of consciousness were the motives of the murder according to Chelakh's confession," Suindikov said.
Suindikov added that Chelakh said he killed his colleagues in the early morning when they were asleep and then set fire to the outpost building.
The guard denies the presence of collaborators and accomplices.
The bodies of 10 out of 14 dead border guards have been identified, the representative of the Attorney General said.
The Border Service found the burned border post at Arkankergen located in the mountains last week. In summer 15 frontier guards serve at this post. 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.
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