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Denyakin's case to be reviewed in U.S. in fall

A hearing on the case of Kirill Denyakin murdered in Portsmouth in 2011 will be held in the U.S. on September 14.

Denyakin's case to be reviewed in U.S. in fall
Kirill Denyakin
Kazakhstan diplomats helped appeal against court's decision on Denyakin's case

Kazakhstan diplomats in the U.S. have hired a new lawyer for Denyakins family and requested to review the court’s ruling.

Kazakhstan diplomats helped appeal against court's decision on Denyakin's case
Kirill Denyakin. Photo courtesy of Denyakin's family
Kazakhstan Ambassador to U.S. called ruling on Denyakin's case unjust

Ambassador of Kazakhstan to the U.S. Yerlan Idrissov believes that the ruling of US court on the American police officer who shot Kirill Denyakin dead is unjust.

Kazakhstan Ambassador to U.S. called ruling on Denyakin's case unjust
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American court excluded Denyakin's family from compensation

Parents of Karaganda citizen Kirill Denyakin shot by police officer in Portsmouth lost the civil case on compensation for death of their son.

American court excluded Denyakin's family from compensation
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Denyakin's shooter facing the trial

Portsmouth police officer Stephen D. Rankin man spoke publicly for the first time about the incident.

Denyakin's shooter facing the trial
Kirill Denyakin
U.S. court dismissed motion to close Denyakin's civil case

Lawyers of the American policemen who shot Kirill Denyakin dead made a motion trying to dismiss the civil case against the police officer.

U.S. court dismissed motion to close Denyakin's civil case
Kazakhstan Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Photo by Danial Okassov©
Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry to fight for justice in Denyakin's murder case

Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry will call for justice in the case of Kirill Denyakin’s murder in the U.S.

Kazakhstan Foreign Ministry to fight for justice in Denyakin's murder case
Kirill Denyakin. Photo courtesy of yvision.kz
Denyakin's murderer declared not guilty in U.S., appeal in Supreme Court expected

Criminal charges against the U.S. policeman who dubbed 11 bullets into Kirill Denyakin have been dropped by Portsmouth court. Denyakin's family will appeal the court's decision.

Denyakin's murderer declared not guilty in U.S., appeal in Supreme Court expected
Danny Donovan. Photo from facebook.com
Denyakin's friend is receiving threats in US for giving details of the murder

I have been threatened by certain people involved in this case: Danny Donovan.

Denyakin's friend is receiving threats in US for giving details of the murder
Place of Kirill's death. ©Danny Donovan
US Officer Rankin murdered Denyakin over a girl

It turns out that Denyakin and officer Rankin knew each other before the deadly encounter.

US Officer Rankin murdered Denyakin over a girl
Carlton F. Bennett (C). Photo courtesy of ©hamptonroads.com
Denyakin family's attorney requested $22 million from Portsmouth police

Attorney filed a lawsuit against Portsmouth police for killing 26-year-old Kirill Denyakin. The first hearing is scheduled for the end of July.

Denyakin family's attorney requested $22 million from Portsmouth police
John Ordway. Photo by Yaroslav Radlovsky©
Ambassador Ordway commented Kirill Denyakin's murder in US

Temporary charge d'affaires of the United States in Kazakhstan John Ordway gave an interview to Tengrinews.kz.

Ambassador Ordway commented Kirill Denyakin's murder in US
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Autopsy defined alcohol content in Denyakin's blood

Results of autopsy tests of the body of Kazakhstan citizen Kirill Denyakin who was shot by policeman in the USA.

Autopsy defined alcohol content in Denyakin's blood
 ©REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach
Portsmouth police unveiled the name of policeman who shot Kirill Denyakin

Name of the policeman who shot 11 bullets into unarmed Kazakhstan citizen unveiled.

Portsmouth police unveiled the name of policeman who shot Kirill Denyakin
©Tengrinews.kz
Bolashak activists passed protest letter to Barack Obama

Members of Bolashak movement gathered near the US Consulate General in Almaty to pass a letter to Barack Obama calling for a fair investigation of the death of Kirill Denyakin.

Bolashak activists passed protest letter to Barack Obama
Photo by Yaroslav Radlovsky©
Young people to picket US consulate in Almaty

Young people from the Bolashak Movement will hold a peaceful picket outside the US Consulate in Almaty to pass a letter for Barack Obama.

Young people to picket US consulate in Almaty
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Kazakhstan citizens wrote a letter to US authorities calling for punishment for Denyakin's murderer

Kazakhstan citizens wrote an appeal to USA authorities calling for a thorough and fair investigation on the death of Kirill Denyakin.

Kazakhstan citizens wrote a letter to US authorities calling for punishment for Denyakin's murderer

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