An ex-judge who died of domestic violence in Germany was buried in Almaty

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Yesterday, on June 29, the funeral ceremony of ex-judge Aigul Saylybaeva, who died in Germany, was held in Almaty, the national portal "Adyrna" reported with reference to KazInformation.

If you remember, the body of ex-judge Aigul Saylybayeva was found in Germany with traces of violence.

Prior to that, 40-year-old Saylybayeva worked as a judge in Astana's Saryarka district, and later lived with her husband, daughter and mother-in-law in the city of Bensheim in western Germany.

According to his brother Zhanat Saylybaev, the deceased took his daughter to kindergarten on the morning of June 4. After that, no one saw him. Later, his body was found in the Erlache quarry on the outskirts of the city.

According to the German publication BILD, the body was in a plastic bag, and the woman was subjected to violence before her death. 35 investigators from the federal state of Hessen are participating in the investigation.

His brother Kanat Saylybaev informed about the disappearance of our compatriot abroad. He said that his sister had previously complained about domestic violence.