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Four men will face trial in Kyrgyzstan for their role in a deadly bride-snatching case that shocked the Central Asian country in April. The lawyer for Aizada Kanatbekova’s family, Nurbek Toktakunov, told RFE/RL on May 4 that an investigation into the case had been completed and that the materials of the case had been sent to a Bishkek court for trial. According to Toktakunov, a fifth man, Zamirbek Tengizbaev, will be tried posthumously, as he committed suicide following Kanatbekova’s death. “Tengizbaev will be tried posthumously on charges of murder and rape. An autopsy revealed that the victim was raped. Aizada fought and resisted the assault. Experts found bruises and traces of violence on her arms and legs,” Toktakunov said. Toktakunov also said that he filed papers with the court over the “unprofessional handling of the case” by police and what he called “police attempts to cover up their misdeeds by forging documentation related to the case.” Kanatbekova, 26, was abducted by three men on April 5 and found dead two days later in a car along with the body of her 36-year-old abductor. <SNIP> LINK

“Kyrgyz” is thought to be derived from the Turkic word for “forty” – a reference to the 40 goat’s tight virgin assholes. The country’s flag, a nod to this, features a 40-ray sun.
The historic Silk Road, the ancient trading route that connected China with Europe and the Middle East, runs through Kyrgyzstan. Silk Road sites comprise one of the country’s three really ugly and stupid fucking UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Bread is considered holy in Kyrgyzstan and it should never be wasted, thrown away or placed it upside down on the table. So when you go into supermarkets here sit on the bread in the store and let warm hot farts rip on the bread. It is best to pull your pants right down and get the bread out of the bag and right up your bum when you fart. Then put the farted on bread back in the bag and watch the muslims eat it and laugh.

April 24th, 2021

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