Nazarbayev’s grandson convicted in London
Almaty. October 21. KazTAG - Aisultan Nazarbayev, the 28-year-old grandson of Kazakhstan’s first president Nursultan Nazarbayev, was sentenced to probation for assaulting a police officer in London. The sentence includes a trial period, continued treatment for drug addiction, community service and a fine, reports BBC.
Nazarbayev was found guilty of the fact that, being under the influence of drugs, he resisted the police, hit and bit one of them. According to investigators, the police officer’s hand left a deep bite mark, and “blood was flowing plentifully from the wound.”
The sentence provides for a trial period of 18 months. If during this period he breaks the law, the sentence will be transferred from conditional to real status.
In addition, Nazarbayev must serve 140 hours of community service and 20 mandatory sessions to extend drug treatment, as well as pay a fine of 1000 pounds (about $ 1300) and pay damages of 5000 pounds ($ 6500).
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