Kyrgyzstan ex-prosecutor general at wedding of Brothers’ Circle member and major international drug player’s daughter
Elmurza Satybaldiev was very pleased with the event, "took up the guitar" and performed Matrosskaya Tishina and Murka songs.
According to Kyrgyz media, notorious thief in law Kamchy Kolbaev nicknamed Kolya Kirgiz married off his daughter. The celebration, according to Gezitter.org, took place in Cholpon-Ata (city in the Issyk-Kulsk region of Kyrgyzstan).
The guests, among others, included former Prosecutor General of Kyrgyzstan Elmurza Satybaldiev, who was a sponsor at the wedding. Journalists note that Satybaldiev was very pleased with the event, "took up the guitar" and performed songs from prison folklore - Matrosskaya Tishina and Murka. However, this choice is not surprising - Elmurza Satybaldiev headed the Prosecutor General's Office under the former president of the country Kurmanbek Bakiev. On April 7, 2010, the official was found guilty of using weapons against civilians during the April events of 2010 and sentenced to 10 years of imprisonment. In late December 2016, he was released on parole, after serving two-thirds of the sentence.
When it comes to Kolya Kirgiz, on October 18, 2013, the judge of the Pervomaisky District Court of Kyrgyzstan Abdrazak Borombaev sentenced him to 5 years and 6 months in a strict-security colony with confiscation of property. After the verdict was appealed, the sentence was mitigated to 3 years' imprisonment.
Kolya Kirgiz is not only an influential thief in law, but also a member of the so-called Brothers' Circle. In June 2011, Kolbaev was officially recognized in the United States as one of the key figures in the international drug business, and in February 2012 he was sanctioned by the US Treasury, along with six more members of the Brothers’ Circle consisting of immigrants from the countries of the former USSR.
On December 8, 2012, the thief in law was extradited from Dubai. At home, he was arrested on charges of kidnapping a person, robbery, creating a criminal community. However, in the course of the trial, witnesses and victims began to retract testimony previously given against the crime boss. On June 8, 2014, it became known that the thief in law, known for his influence, was released.
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