Suspects charged with Nemtsov murder confessed his crime who works with Interior Ministry of Chechnya

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One suspects charged with Boris Nemtsov murder confessed his crime. Accused works in Interior Ministry of Chechnya


Moscow, Russia: One suspects charged with Boris Nemtsov murder confessed his crime, claims official media.

Accused works in Interior Ministry of Chechnya

Two persons namely Zaur Dadaev and Anzor Gubashev have officially been charged by a Moscow court in connection with the murder of Boris Nemtsov while three other persons have been identified as collaborators in the crime, confirmed legal department. Official media claim that one of accused has already confessed his crime.

Meanwhile eldest daughter of Boris accused involvement of government in the murder of her fairer.

According to details Russian media, Zaur Dadaev and Anzor Gubashev are involved in the murder of prominent opposition figure Boris Nemtsov who was gunned down last week. Three others are suspected of having a hand in the crime.

Zaur Dadaev and Anzor Gubashev are charged as they were identified as suspects in the killing of Nemtsov after their detention on Saturday.

Meanwhile official media of Russian said that three other individuals may have had a hand in the crime including Gubashev’s brother Shagid and two identified by their surnames as Bakhaev and Eskerkhanov.

The request for their arrest is being reviewed separately by another judge.

Nemtsov was killed by a gunman a few meters from the Moscow Kremlin, triggering a flurry of condemnations and calls for a swift investigation. The assassination happened two days ahead of an opposition rally, which Nemtsov helped to organize.

While a political motive is considered the most likely in the killing, the investigators said they were considering other versions, including a business or personal conflict.

It wasn’t immediately clear what exactly Dadaev and Gubashev were charged with, although earlier media reports indicated the duo are suspected of carrying out the hit.

Meanwhile, the eldest daughter of Boris Nemtsov Jeanne accused Russian authorities for their alleged involvement in the death of his father.

She stated this in an interview with the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag.

“I’m sure it was a contract killing,” – said Jeanne Nemcova.

“The murder was committed with the full support of the authorities and the perpetrators were sure that they would not be punished. He was killed because he was against the Kremlin. It is clear, “- added the daughter of Nemtsov.

“Someone will be punished, but it will not be the one who is really guilty”, she claimed.

Jeanne Nemtsov also pointed out the serious consequences of murder of her father and believe that she did not see any opposition politicians in Russia after the death of her father