Prosecutors ask for 9-year prison term for policemen in Zhanaozen trial

May 2012
Russia & FSU General News;5/25/2012, p1
ASTANA. May 25 (Interfax) - The specialized inter-district court for criminal cases in Aktau (the Mangistau region in western Kazakhstan) continues hearings in a criminal case against police officers charged with overstepping their authority during the December riots in Zhanaozen.


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