In 1983 he was transferred to Afghanistan to lead a brigade of Spetznaz GRU during the Soviet war in Afghanistan.
After three years of imprisonment he was acquitted on 5 June 2008.
Kvachkov himself did not admit, nor deny his leading role in the assassination attempt, but instead he made a statement, in which he declared that he does not consider the killing attempt, a criminal action, and not even a misdemeanor.
He spent his childhood as a military brat in the town of Ussuriysk, where his father was transferred.
In 1981 Kvachkov served in Leningrad Military District.
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The Claimant averred in his claim that the 1 Respondent had placed him on interdiction and half salary from December 4, 2009.
The Claimant averred that he was interdicted on the alleged offence of irregular encashment of cheques totalling Kshs. The Claimant sought lifting of the interdiction and interim relief for his withheld salary and the training in South Africa, costs of the suit and interest.
Further facts leading to his petition were that the petitioner was arrested and held in pre –arraignment detention for a period of 11 days.