Nemtsov murder suspect confesses to assassination

A man suspected of killing Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov has confessed to playing a role in the murder. A Moscow court also charged a second man and ruled that three other suspects should remain in custody.

Russian judge Nataliya Mushnikova said Zaur Dadaev (pictured above) confessed his involvement in the fatal shooting of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. A second suspect, Anzor Gubashev, was also charged with organizing and carrying out the murder on February 27.

The former deputy prime minister of Russia and prominent critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin died after he was shot in the back four times within sight of the Kremlin. The only witness was Nemtsov’s girlfriend, Ukrainian model Anna Duritskaya.
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Source News: DW