A witness says supposedly armed foreigners were delivered to the “White House” on April 7, 2010
23/04-2012 10:08, Bishkek – 24.kg news agency , by Makhinur NIYAZOVA
A witness says that people with arms, supposedly foreigners, were delivered to the “White House” on April 7, 2010. A worker of a real-estate agency Ms. Olga Milovanova told the court hearings on April events.
According her, their office is on the opposite side of the Unions House. “Around 11 a.m. two covered trucks escorted by police cars came out to Chuy Avenue from Logvinenko Street. 6-7 persons in helmets, black uniform and with ensheathed arms went out from each truck. Among them were men of Asian appearance and one black and one Norseman,” the witness said.
“A policeman holding a newspaper went out from one of cars and pointed the people in uniform at a roof of the Union House, three of them followed him into the building. The rest moved toward the “White House”, Olga Milovanova explained.
A public prosecutor asked: “Can you say for sure he was black not Arab, for example?”
“I distinguish people by appearance. I don’t assert he was from a tribe but he had dark skin,” said Olga Milovanova.
She noted that she was not interrogated by the investigation and didn’t give interviews to mass media. “How have you found yourself at the court? How have defence attorneys learnt about you?” asked a public prosecutor.
“I told my colleagues what I saw and I was offered to give evidences at the court,” Olga Milovanova explained.
Recall, the press and high-ranking officials of the interim government voiced versions that foreign hired snipers were on roofs of building around Ala-Too Square. Co-chair of the interim government Azimbek Beknazarov said at the beginning of the investigation that several foreigners were detained and among them were Latvians. However, 15 officers of Alfa Special Forces of the State National Security Committee and Arstan Special Forces of the State Security Service turned to be on prisoners’ dock. They are charged with murder of 77 people and attempted murder of 306 people. Former high-ranking officials are charged as well. They are accused of murder, office abuse and other.
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