"My mother was looking for me throughout the world. They found me in London, I was shocked and treating my pain with drugs. They sent guards to me and tried to forcefully take me to Kazakhstan, and then they planned to shut me down somewhere in Russia. I managed to escape from them! This way I broke into other people’s flat where I was arrested by British police and taken to Wandworth prison. I was happy to be there," he wrote.
He said Bekzat Nagibi, driver of his mother in London often attended him and asked not to tell the court how he got in this situation.
"Later my mother came and said: "Well son, the game is over". We agreed that they would leave me alone that I would live a common life far away from the state. But fear dominated above them: they feared that I would say the truth. After 6 months they tried to get rid of me. Many things happened lately. You can read other details in the interview to Times! In case I stay alive," he added.
He said now he has no passport.
"Bekzat Nagibi took my passport from the hotel without my agreement; it is against the law of Great Britain! I hope the police will return my passport," he said.
He also said how he discovered that Rakhat Aliyev, presumably, was not his biological father.
"Later I inherited an archive of Rakhat Aliyev which he did not publish in his book. I knew my origin from there," he said.
He finished his post with an address to the US Government.
"I have a question to the US Government: if the US Government aspires to establish democracy throughout the world, to protect human rights, why do they impose sanctions against the Government of Russia but ignore the Government of Kazakhstan?" he said.
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