The Investigative Group of the General Prosecutor’s Office completed the proceeding under the criminal case investigation of sexual abuse of a young child in Abay village in the Turkestan region.
To determine the objective truth in the case, all possible forensic examinations were conducted: medical, psycho-psychiatric, biological, molecular and genomic and others.
At the request of the injured party, private and state experts from the Russian Federation, the Kyrgyz Republic and Georgia were admitted to expert research. As the specialists, children's doctors of narrow specializations were also involved.
A total of 14 comprehensive forensic examinations and 4 different studies were conducted under the case.
In accordance with Part 2 of Article 15 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan, responsibility for sexual violence comes from 14 years.
Of the four suspects of this age, only one was attained at the time of the crime. His actions are qualified in part 4 of Article 121 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan (violent acts of a sexual nature against a child known to be young).
In relation to the rest, the criminal case was dismissed, due to the failure to reach the age of 14 years.
Considering that the participants in the crime are minors information about them, as well as other circumstances of the case are not subject to disclosure. According to Article 532 of the of Criminal Procedure Code, the minors rights for confidentiality must be respected at all stages of criminal proceedings.
At the same time, we explain that privacy is the constitutional right of every citizen and is protected by the state.
For the dissemination of information about the person private life constituting his personal or family secret, without his consent in the media or using telecommunications networks, criminal liability is provided under Article 147 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Kazakhstan