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Involved murder of Russian opposition leader Nemtsov get up to 20 years in prison

Involved murder of Russian opposition leader Nemtsov get up to 20 years in prison

The people involved in the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov have Thursday to twenty years in prison imposed.

Zaur Dadayev, a former soldier from the republic of Chechnya, get twenty years in prison imposed. He is the only one of the five suspects immediately following the assassination in February 2015 known to be involved.

The other four defendants have eleven to nineteen years in prison.

Nemtsov, a liberal Russian politician and Putin critic, was in February, 2015 on the streets of Moscow, not far from the Kremlin, was shot. A few hours earlier he had on the radio have criticised the policy of president Vladimir Putin.

Eleven to twenty years of imprisonment for murder of Russian opposition leader

The people involved in the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov have Thursday to twenty years in prison imposed.
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Nemtsov, a liberal Russian politician and Putin critic, was in February, 2015 on the streets of Moscow, not far from the Kremlin, was shot.
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Zaur Dadayev, a former soldier from the republic of Chechnya, has twenty years of cell. He is the only one of the five suspects who confessed.
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The other four people involved have eleven to nineteen years in prison.
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Supporters of Nemtsov react skeptical on the lawsuit, which according to them was not looking at the principals of the murder.
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Dadayev, who pulled the trigger, and said the group a reward of 223,000 euro could accommodate for the murder of the politician.

Supporters of Nemtsov responded skeptical when the jury earlier ruled that the group was condemned for the murder. They pointed out that the court suspected showed little interest for the circumstances of the incident. “It is the greatest crime of the century, and yet they have the organisers or any person who is admitted is not able to identify”, said the lawyer of the daughter of Nemtsov.

A spokesman of the Russian government said earlier that it’s going to be an “exceptionally complex case”, and it can take years before the mastermind behind the murder is identified.

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