Russian Police Name Suspected Killers Of Opposition Leader, Boris Nemstov
Russian police have named a suspect in the killing of opposition leader, Boris Nemstov.
Nemstov, an opposition leader critical of Russian President Vladmir Putin was stabbed on February 27 near the Kremlin.
Public opinion remains that Nemstov’s murder was a plot to silence the last of Putin’s vocal critics.
Five men have been charged with Nemstov’s murder, with the gunman, Zaur Dadayev, said to have confessed.
Ruslan Mukhudinov, a former officer in Chechnya’s Interior Ministry was named the mastermind of the killing.