The head of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin said that the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov on February 27, 2015 in Moscow revealed.

In an interview to be published on January 21 in “the Russian newspaper: the Week,” Chairman of the investigative Committee and said, “Solved the murder of Boris Nemtsov,” reports “Interfax”.

Day January 20, RBC published the investigation on the case of Boris Nemtsov. It was reported that Bastrykin twice refused to subordinate to the interrogation the head of Chechnya Ramazan Kadyrov.

According to investigators, the crime was committed from mercenary motives. Performers Zaur Dadaev who fired the shots, and his accomplices promised 15 million rubles.

The murder began to prepare in September 2014. It was organized by the Chechen fighter of the battalion “North” interior Ministry troops of Ruslan muhudinov and “other is not established by the result of the person”.

Who was the customer of murder while is unknown. According to RBC, criminal materials should be received by the court within the next week. The lawyers of the accused intend to seek a trial by jury.

In PARNASSUS meanwhile called premature the words of the head IC Bastrykin that Nemtsov’s murder solved, as the customers of the murder was not found, reports RIA “Novosti”. “I don’t think so, I with this assessment Bastrykin disagree. I believe that the investigation stopped not even halfway, and in the beginning, were put behind bars just performers,” said Deputy Chairman of PARNAS Ilya Yashin.

He said that judging by the materials available to the investigation, it’s really the people who participated in the murder of Nemtsov, but the role of them was “ordinary.” “It’s performers. Neither the organizer of the crime, nor the real customers shall not be brought,” – said Yashin.

The family’s lawyer Nemtsov Vadim Prokhorov has confirmed that the investigation also revealed the motive for the crime.




Bastrykin announced the revealed the murder of Nemtsov 21.01.2016

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