SURAN 15/92: Kazakhstan: Vladimir Slednev
The information on this case comes from an unofficial source, which reports that Vladimir Slednev, an ethnic Russian, was sentenced to death on 7 January 1992 by the city court in Alma-Ata. He had been convicted of murder. The sentence was upheld on appeal by the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan; Vladimir Slednev is now awaiting the outcome of a petition for clemency. AI is calling for the sentence to be commuted.
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