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US cop nailed unarmed Denyakin with 11 bullets, but the prosecutors won’t even charge the cop. Can you believe that?

03 may 2011, 17:01
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Kirill Denyakin
Kirill Denyakin
A thanatopsy has shown that Kirill Denyakin from Kazakhstan who was recently shot by a US policeman in Portsmouth for banging on the door unarmed has been nailed down with 11 bullets, Kirill’s younger brother Roman Denyakin told Tengrinews.kz. He got this information from their mother who has recently gone to the United States to repatriate her son’s body.

“Mom said that an independent examination had shown that my brother had 11 bullet holes in his body,” Roman said.

“Five bullets have been extracted and the other six passed clear. Mom will be staying in the United States for a while to deal with documents and attorneys. Kirill’s body has been shipped to New York and is being readied for repatriation to Karaganda, Kazakhstan,” Kirill’s brother said.

The name of the policeman who killed 26-year-old Kirill is still held secret by the Portsmouth police department, he added.

Asked at a press-conference last week whether the policeman could have used something less lethal than a firearm if he was so scared of stumbling Denyakin, Portsmouth police department chief said that “officers do have those options, but this was a “Priority 1 call” in progress; a poorly lit area, late at night; and the first weapon the officer would’ve picked was his firearm,” Roger Chesley wrote in his Police officer killed a man; the rest isn’t so clear-cut story at PilotOnline.com.

Prosecutors won’t charge the Portsmouth police officer who shot and killed Kirill outside his friend’s house, Roger Chesley writes, because on-duty cops in the region rarely face criminal counts when a suspect is gunned down.

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