Print journalists given no access to Nemtsov murder case hearing in Moscow military court
Oct03

Print journalists given no access to Nemtsov murder case hearing in Moscow military court

Print journalists have not been admitted into Moscow’s District military court where the hearing of the opposition politician Boris Nemtsov’s killing case is about to begin. The bailiffs are keeping print journalists outside while the TV reporters and cameramen have been allowed to enter the courtroom. Court spokesman Kirill Luzhin cited the shortage of seats in the courtroom. Nemtsov, former deputy prime minister under then-President...

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Moscow military court fails to select jurors for hearing Nemtsov murder case
Sep27

Moscow military court fails to select jurors for hearing Nemtsov murder case

The Moscow District Military Court was unable to select the board of jurors on the first try on Wednesday to hear the murder case of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, lawyer for the Nemtsov family Vadim Prokhorov told TASS. “The board of jurors has not been set up, the next selection will take place on September 28 at 11.00 a.m.,” the lawyer said. The defense lawyers have explained that many candidates for the...

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Court refuses to release 5 charged with murdering Russian opposition politician Nemtsov
Jun28

Court refuses to release 5 charged with murdering Russian opposition politician Nemtsov

The Moscow City Court had ruled to extend detention of five men accused of murdering Russian opposition politician Nemtsov until late summer, lawyer Roza Magomedova told RAPSI on Tuesday (June 28). “The Moscow City Court has dismissed our appeal petition against an extended detention until 27 August,” – the lawyer said. The probe into the case of the five detainees has been completed, they could study the case materials and the case...

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German intelligence officer finds Ukrainian trace in Boris Nemtsov’s murder
Jun15

German intelligence officer finds Ukrainian trace in Boris Nemtsov’s murder

German publicist and former BND intelligence officer Wilhelm Dietl said during the investigation into the assassination of Boris Nemtsov that the Security Bureau of Ukraine (SBU) could be involved in the crime. Dietl presented the results of the investigation conducted by Ost-Objektiv group on June 14 in Berlin. According to him, the group consists of former senior officials of German and Austrian secret services. Employees of...

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