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Assassination of Boris Nemtsov

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tags: Russia, apparent contract murder, Russian conspiracy theory, Putin, Islamist cover story, suicide, medal, assassination

February 27, 2015 1 killed 5 suspects arrested 1 suspect suicide Assassination of Boris Nemtsov   Boris Nemtsov,politician opposed to the government of Vladimir Putin, happened in central Moscow on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge. Assailant fired seven or eight shots; four of them hit Nemtsov in the head, heart, liver and stomach, killing him almost instantly. He died hours after appealing to the public to support a march against Russia's war in Ukraine. On 8 March 2015, Russian authorities charged Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadaev, both originating from Northern Caucasus, with involvement in the crime.  Three more suspects were arrested around the same time and according to Russian media another suspect blew himself up in Grozny when Russian forces police surrounded his apartment block. Kremlin investigators have speculated that the assassination could have been "a provocation aimed at destabilising the country" or that it was motivated by "Islamic extremism" but could be disinformation "conspiracy theories". The Guardian noted that the only explanation that is not being considered by the authorities is the "blindingly obvious one" that Nemtsov was killed for his criticism of Putin.

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Assassination of Boris Nemtsov - Wikipedia,  assassination of Boris Nemtsov, a Russian statesman and politician opposed to the government of Vladimir Putin, happened in central Moscow on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge at 23:31 local time on 27 February 2015. An unknown assailant fired seven or eight shots; four of them hit Nemtsov in the head, heart, liver and stomach, killing him almost instantly. He died hours after appealing to the public to support a march against Russia's war in Ukraine. On 8 March 2015, Russian authorities charged Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadaev, both originating from Northern Caucasus, with involvement in the crime. Dadaev confessed to involvement in the murder according to Russian authorities, but, according to Russian media, later retracted his confession. Three more suspects were arrested around the same time and according to Russian media another suspect blew himself up in Grozny when Russian forces police surrounded his apartment block.Kremlin-appointed investigators have speculated that the assassination could have been "a provocation aimed at destabilising the country" or that it was motivated by "Islamic extremism". Catherine A. Fitzpatrick has dismissed such speculations by referring to them as "conspiracy theories", and The Guardian noted that the only explanation that is not being considered by the authorities is the "blindingly obvious one" that Nemtsov was killed for his criticism of Putin.

*Putin innocent:

Al JazeeraMar 2, 2015 - Vladimir Putin had little reason to have Boris Nemtsov killed, let alone at the Kremlin's doorstep. Why would Russian President Vladimir Putin, who enjoys a popularity rating of around 80 percent at the moment, want to get rid of a fading opposition politician, Boris Nemtsov, who hardly registers on the public radar? all the usual suspects started pointing out that he was a "fierce critic" of Putin, implying that the Kremlin must have had something to do with it....  cunning enough to say that even if Putin did not order Nemtsov's murder, he had created "an atmosphere of hate and intolerance" ... deeply unfair to use the memory of the dead for political purposes. The hope is that the killers of Boris Nemtsov will be found and brought to justice. Alexander Nekrassov is a former Kremlin and government adviser. comments:  scorpion who stings a dog while the dog was helping it cross a river. The scorpion assured the dog that it would not sting it, since that would be against the scorpion's interest. As it is dying, the dog asks "Why?". The scorpion replies, "Because I am a scorpion." The same logic applies to Putin. Putin killed Nemstov not because it was logical, or would benefit Putin. It was done because that is what Putin does to his opponents.  It does not matter if the opponent is strong, or weak, or has influence.  If you are against Putin, you may be targeted. Simple as that.
DrAppollo Biggest crock of huey I've ever read! Any idiot knows that DICTATOR MURDERER putin loves theatrics. Just look at all the masked men that showed up in Crimea and Eastern Ukraine to take over claiming to be discontented locals. DICTATOR MURDERER putin later admitted that the masked men where his russian soldiers and the russian presidential office reported that only 15% of the voters in Crimea approved the referendum as opposed to DICTATOR MURDERER putin's claim of a 98% approval. I wouldn't even put it past the DICTATOR MURDERER to boast in his memoirs how he orchestrated the COLD BLOODED ASSASSINATION of BORIS NEMTSOV and the Kremlin KGB style cover up that follows!


Here's a brief list of some of the journalists killed in Russia since 2008... being a journalist in Russia is pretty dangerous!

Magomed Yevloyev
Abdulla Alishayev, (aka Telman Alishayev)
Shafig Amrakhov
Vladislav Zakharchuk
Anastasia Baburova
Sergei Protazanov
Vyacheslav Yaroshenko
Natalia Estemirova
Malik Akhmedilov
Maksharip Aushev
Olga Kotovskaya, Kaskad
Konstantin Popov 
Journalist Ivan Stepanov 
Maxim Zuyev 
Shamil Aliyev
Said Magomedov
Dmitry Okkert
Bella Ksalova, Cherkessk
Malika Betiyeva
Magomed Sultanmagomedov
Yevgeny Fedotov
Gadzhimurat Kamalov
Alexander Khodzinsky
Kazbek Gekkiev
Akhmednabi Akhmednabie
Timur Kuashev
Here's a brief list of some of the journalists killed in Russia since 2008... being a journalist in Russia is pretty dangerous!

Magomed Yevloyev
Abdulla Alishayev, (aka Telman Alishayev)
Shafig Amrakhov
Vladislav Zakharchuk
Anastasia Baburova
Sergei Protazanov
Vyacheslav Yaroshenko
Natalia Estemirova
Malik Akhmedilov
Maksharip Aushev
Olga Kotovskaya, Kaskad
Konstantin Popov 
Journalist Ivan Stepanov 
Maxim Zuyev 
Shamil Aliyev
Said Magomedov
Dmitry Okkert
Bella Ksalova, Cherkessk
Malika Betiyeva
Magomed Sultanmagomedov
Yevgeny Fedotov
Gadzhimurat Kamalov
Alexander Khodzinsky
Kazbek Gekkiev
Akhmednabi Akhmednabie
Timur Kuashev

*Timeline

Political Questions Abound in the Mystery Around the ...
www.thedailybeast.com/.../the-chechen-nemtsov-murder-...
The Daily BeastApr 9, 2015 - A man lights candles at the place where Boris Nemtsov, a charismatic Russian opposition ... The Chechen Nemtsov Murder Mystery Deepens.

Who Really Killed Boris Nemtsov? - Newsweek
www.newsweek.com/who-really-killed-boris-nemtsov-315705
Mar 23, 2015 - On a drizzly Moscow night, a gunman follows Boris Nemtsov, a prominent ... No matter who ordered Nemtsov's murder, there's little doubt that ...

Boris Nemtsov murder: Putin 'politically responsible ...
www.theguardian.com › World › Boris Nemtsov
The GuardianMar 12, 2015 - Boris Nemtsov murder: Putin 'politically responsible' – daughter. Zhanna Nemtsova says she has no evidence against the president but ...

Nemtsov murder: Zaur Dadayev confession 'forced' - BBC.com
www.bbc.com/.../world-europe-318297...
British Broadcasting CorporationMar 11, 2015 - One of men charged with the murder of Russian opposition politicianBoris Nemtsov confessed under duress, a member of Russia's human ...

3/10/2015 Forbes The Kremlin's Nemtsov Murder Narrative Is Hanging By A Thread The message of Boris Nemtsov’s assassination now cannot be mistaken. The in-your-face murder in the shadow of the Kremlin obviously required high-level assistance. The trail of the murderers leading to Chechnya was shrugged off with a medal of honor for its puppet leader.

Nemtsov’s contract murder was a complicated operation that involved three cars, a snowplow, three shooters and three drivers. (The snowplow driver, interviewed on camera, “saw nothing.”) The assassins departed the murder scene 12 minutes after killing Nemtsov in an area usually swarming with police. No witnesses, including passersby and Nemtsov’s frightened girlfriend, seemed to see anything. Andrei Illarianov, a former Putin advisor turned opposition figure, has challenged the SK to answer 14 questions about the assassination which point to peculiar circumstances or official involvement. Predictably, the SK has offered no response.

The standard script, as perfected after the murders of troublesome journalists (Anna Politkovskaya, Paul Khlebnikov and Mikhail Beketov), calls for the eventual capture, confession, and sentencing of the contract killers, but not the contractors. The killers, of course, would profess to have no idea who their contractor was. They would then disappear into the Russian prison system, knowing their families would be taken care of as long as they maintained their silence.

... the Kremlin would be free to spin yarns of Islamic assassins and crazed Nazi murderers from Kiev, manipulated by the CIA. Kremlin propaganda would eventually trump serious analysis and the memory of Nemtsov would fade. Another political murder unsolved, but who cares?

6th suspect in Boris Nemtsov's killing dies in ... - CNN.com
www.cnn.com/2015/03/07/europe/russia-nemtsov-murder-arrest/
CNNMar 8, 2015 - A sixth suspect in the shooting death of Boris Nemtsov killed himself after a standoff with police, state-run television reported.

Who killed Russia opposition politician Boris Nemtsov ...
www.bbc.com/.../world-europe-316932...
British Broadcasting CorporationMar 7, 2015 - Two people have been arrested over the murder of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov a crime for which multiple theories still exist.

Boris Nemtsov murder: Message to Vladimir Putin enemies ...
www.cnn.com/2015/03/03/opinion/boris-nemtsov-putin-message/
CNNMar 4, 2015 - Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov's brutal murder in front of the Kremlin has shocked the world -- but who did it?

Al JazeeraMar 2, 2015 - Vladimir Putin had little reason to have Boris Nemtsov killed, let alone at the Kremlin's doorstep. Why would Russian President Vladimir Putin, who enjoys a popularity rating of around 80 percent at the moment, want to get rid of a fading opposition politician, Boris Nemtsov, who hardly registers on the public radar? all the usual suspects started pointing out that he was a "fierce critic" of Putin, implying that the Kremlin must have had something to do with it. Some were cunning enough to say that even if Putin did not order Nemtsov's murder, he had created "an atmosphere of hate and intolerance" in the country that indirectly resulted in the assassination of the "prominent opposition leader". any murder is always a heinous crime. But it is also deeply unfair to use the memory of the dead for political purposes. The hope is that the killers of Boris Nemtsov will be found and brought to justice. Alexander Nekrassov is a former Kremlin and government adviser.



*Wikipedia 7/29/2015

Assassination of Boris Nemtsov

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Assassination of Boris Nemtsov
There are flowers and candles near the site of the murder of Boris Nemtsov.jpg
Flowers and candles near the site of Nemtsov's assassination
LocationBolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge,[1] Moscow
Coordinates55°45′00″N 37°37′26″ECoordinates55°45′00″N 37°37′26″E
Date27 February 2015
23:31[2] (UTC+03:00)
TargetBoris Nemtsov
Attack type
Murderdrive-by shooting
WeaponsMakarov pistol[3]
Deaths1
Suspected perpetrators
Anzor Gubashev
Zaur Dadaev
The assassination of Boris Nemtsov, a Russian statesman and politician opposed to the government of Vladimir Putin, happened in central Moscow on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge at 23:31 local time on 27 February 2015.[4] An unknown assailant fired seven or eight shots; four of them hit Nemtsov in the head, heart, liver and stomach, killing him almost instantly. He died hours after appealing to the public to support a march against Russia's war in Ukraine.[5]
The assassination was met with widespread international condemnation and concern for the situation of the Russian opposition. Russian authorities also condemned the murder and vowed a thorough investigation.
On 8 March 2015, Russian authorities charged Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadaev, both originating from Northern Caucasus, with involvement in the crime. Dadaev confessed to involvement in the murder according to Russian authorities, but, according to Russian media, later retracted his confession. Three more suspects were arrested around the same time and according to Russian media another suspect blew himself up in Grozny when Russian forces police surrounded his apartment block.

Events[edit]


Nemtsov was shot dead while crossing the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge
Nemtsov was shot and killed crossing the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge[1] near the Kremlin walking home after a meal out, in the company of his Ukrainian girlfriend, Anna Durytska, who was not harmed.[6]
TV Tsentr's video of the bridge at the time of the murder shows that it occurred as a municipal utility vehicle was passing by Nemtsov and a person is seen escaping from the scene in a white or grey automobile.[7][8]
The killing happened the day before Nemtsov was due to lead the opposition march Vesna (Russian for "spring"), a street demonstration organised to protest against economic conditions in Russia and against the war in Ukraine.
According to the Russian newspaper Kommersant, at the time of the murder all the security cameras in the area were switched off for maintenance.[9] The only video of the incident was obtained from the video feed camera of TV Tsentr studio, from a long distance. At the time of the killing, the camera was blocked by a stopped municipal vehicle.[9]
The killer was apparently waiting for Nemtsov on a side stairway leading to the bridge. At least six shots were fired, four of which hit Nemtsov; one wound was mortal.[9]
According to Kommersant sources, the killer used as a weapon either a standard Makarov pistol or most likely an IZh gas pistol modified for use with lethal ammunition.[9]
According to a witness, "a young man named Viktor M., who followed Nemtsov",[10] the killer was a man of 170–175 centimetres (5 ft 7 in–5 ft 9 in) height, short haircut, medium build, dressed in jeans and a brown sweater.
On 10 February 17 days before his death, Nemtsov wrote in Russia's Sobesednik newspaper that his mother was afraid Russian President Vladimir Putin would kill him. He added that his 86-year-old mother is also afraid for the lives of Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Alexey Navalny. When asked if he himself feared for his life, Nemtsov answered, "Yes, not as strongly as my mother, but still..."[11]
After the BBC referred to that interview,[12] on 27 February 2015, the Sobesednik posted an extended version of the original interview, in which Nemtsov reportedly added, "I am just joking. If I were afraid of Putin, I wouldn't be in this line of work."[13]

Investigation[edit]

Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the Investigative CommitteeMinistry of Internal Affairs and the Federal Security Service to create a single team to investigate the assassination of Nemtsov.[14]
The investigation team is headed by Igor Krasnov, who had previously investigated an attempt on the life of Anatoly Chubais and the murders of Stanislav Markelov and Anastasia Baburova.[15]
The team is supervised by the head of the Investigative Committee in Moscow, general Alexander Drymanov. Drymanov has also supervised the investigation against Nadezhda Savchenko, the second trial against Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev, as well as the charges of genocide during the Russo-Georgian War against Georgian military.[10]
During the night following the assassination, Nemtsov's apartment on Malaya Ordynka street was searched and all documents and materials related to his business and political activities were confiscated.[16][17] Opposition media raised concerns this was done to retrieve a draft of report on Russian involvement in the war in Donbass announced by Nemtsov shortly before his death. Partial information on the report's contents were later revealed by Nemtsov's friends.[18][19]
On 28 February, a white Lada Priora car possibly belonging to the assassin(s) was found abandoned. Russian state media reported that the car had a number-plate originating in the Republic of Ingushetia, although initial witnesses had stated that the white car involved in the shooting did not have any license plates.[20]
An underwater search in the Moscow River to retrieve the weapon presumably discarded by the killer after the assassination gave no result. A cash reward of 3 million rubles (~43,000 euros) is being offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer.[21]
By 3 March, the official investigation concluded that Nemtsov had been tracked from 11:00 am when he met Durytska in Sheremetyevo Airport.[22] Nemtsov had been followed by three alternating cars en route from the airport to the city.[22] On 23:22 the group of killers was ordered to move to the assigned spot, when Nemtsov and Durytska left the GUMcafe.[22] On 23:29 the car with the assailant turned around under Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge and approached the stairs leading to the bridge.[22] On 23:30 the assailant walked upstairs onto the bridge and moved towards Nemtsov and Durytska.[22] Having walked past them, he turned around and fired at Nemtsov's back.[22] After the assailant got into the car, it moved from the bridge to Bolotnaya Street, then to Bolshoy Kamenny BridgeMokhovaya Street and Tverskaya Street towards Okhotny Ryad and then turned to Bolshaya Dmitrovka before disappearing in local traffic.[22] The car in which the assailant had escaped was later found and identified as grey ZAZ Chance.[23]
Durytska, having testified before the investigative team, returned to Ukraine on 2 March. Because of reported threats to her life, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin provided Durytska with state protection.[24]
On 10 March Moskovskiy Komsomolets published alleged CCTV photos of the suspects' vehicle suggesting that they were following Nemtsov since September 2014, long before the Charlie Hebdo shooting.[25]

Suspects[edit]

On 7 March Moscow the head of the Federal Security Service Alexander Bortnikov announced the arrest of two suspects, Anzor Gubashev and Zaur Dadaev (ru), both originating from Northern Caucasus.[26] According to Russian media Zaur Dadaev had served in the battalion Sever subordinated to President of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov while Anzor Gubashev had worked as a security guard for a Moscow hypermarket[27] (according to other sources he is an employee of a private security firm[28]). Both are fromIngushetia but for many years had been living outside the North Caucasus republic; they are related.[27][28] They were formally charged on 8 March. Dadaev confessed to the crime; Gubashev denies any involvement.[29] Three other persons were also detained as suspects, but not charged. All of them claimed they were innocent.[29] According to Russian media another man blew himself up with a hand grenade in Grozny when police came to arrest him.[30]
Zaur Dadaev, a former second-in-command to the leader of battalion SeverAlibek Delimkhanov (the brother of Adam Delimkhanov and cousin of Ramzan Kadyrov), confessed that he had decided to kill Nemtsov because of his criticism of Islam and Ramzan Kadyrov, according to Russian media.[28][31]
According to Russian media, Zaur Dadaev stated in his confession that his immediate manager during preparation of the murder was someone named Ruslik, who provided him with 5 million rubles, a ZAZ Chance car and a gun.[32] Investigators suspect that Ruslik is Ruslan Geremeev, the head of a battalion Sever unit Zaur Dadaev served in, a subordinate of Alimbek Delimkhanov and a nephew of Suleiman Geremeev, a member of Federation Council of Russia.[33][34] After the murder, Ruslan Geremeev was under protection in the Chechen republic and later probably left Russia for United Arab Emirates or Turkey.[35] In the end of April Ruslan Gereemev was officially assigned a status of a suspect.[36]
Commenting on the events, President of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov said that he knew Dadaev as one of the bravest warriors who had fought in the Russian-Chechen "Kadyrovtsy" regiment since its creation. Dadaev had been awarded the Order of Courage, the Medal for Courage and further awards by the Chechen Republic. According to Kadyrov, Dadaev was deeply religious and greatly offended by Charlie Hebdo's publishing of the Muhammad cartoons and Nemtsov's support for the French cartoonists. However, the Kadyrovtsy were a secular unit fighting against radical Islamists and according to Dadaev's mother, her son had never mentioned Charlie Hebdo. Dadaev's mother also stated that her son was not a "strong believer" in Islam, and had in fact fought against Islamists ("Wahhabis") previously.[37][38] Russia's opposition figures have called the theory that the murder was motivated by offense against Islam and the official line of inquiry by the Kremlin "more than absurd".[39]
Russian media reported that Dadaev retracted his confession, explaining that he only confessed to avoid "what happened to Shavanov" — another suspect, who, according to the official version, blew himself up with a grenade during arrest attempt.[40] A member of the Kremlin's advisory council on human rights, after visiting the suspects, said that Dadaev as well as the two other suspects, Anzor and Shagid Gubashev, most likely had been tortured while in detention.[41]
Ironically, just before his murder, Nemtsov had stated, “The contract between Kadyrov and Putin—money in exchange for loyalty—is coming to an end. Where will Mr Kadyrov’s 20,000 men go? What will they demand? How will they act? When will they come to Moscow?”[42]

Media reactions[edit]

Leonid Bershidsky of the Bloomberg View stated that "In recent months, Putin's propaganda machine has been vigorously inciting Russians against the 'fifth column' — those who protested against the annexation of Crimea and the Kremlin-instigated war in eastern Ukraine. Nemtsov was on every list of traitors published on the Internet and aired on state TV."[105] In the The Daily Telegraph, Ben Judah wrote that the Kremlin "either ordered or allowed [Nemtsov's murder] to happen", saying that "Nothing Boris Nemtsov did was not bugged, tailed, filmed or monitored by the secret police. It is quite simply impossible that this man could have been shot dead without the Kremlin knowing there was a plot afoot to kill him."[106] Some saw parallels with the murder of Sergey Kirov in 1934.[107][108] Brian Whitmore, writing for Radio Free Europe, stated that the murder indicated the development of a "hybrid Great Terror campaign" against Putin's opposition.[109]
The host of Shuster LiveSavik Shuster, announced the killing of Boris Nemtsov live on television, and asked the audience for a minute's silence in honor of Nemtsov.[110]

Memorial march[edit]

Boris Nemtsov was an organizer of the anti-crisis and anti-war march Vesna ("Spring") planned on 1 March 2015. After the murder, the organizers transformed the planned march into a memorial for Nemtsov. The participants marched from Kitay-gorod to Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge where Nemtsov was murdered.[111] According to the organizers more than 50,000 people took part in the march, while Moscow police counted 21,000 participants.[112] Around 50 people were arrested for disobedience to police including UkrainianVerkhovna Rada deputy Oleksiy Honcharenko.[113] According to Honcharenko, he was beaten and deprived of medical and legal help while in detention. Honcharenko was released from prison the next day, but he promised to sue Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs.[114]
On 1 March, simultaneously with Moscow marches Nemtsov memorial marches were held in Saint Petersburg (finished with a meeting on the Field of Mars),[115] Yekaterinburg,Murmansk[116] London and Paris.[117]

Funeral[edit]

Nemtsov was buried on 3 March 2015 at the Troyekurovskoye Cemetery in Moscow.[87]
Latvian MEP Sandra Kalniete and Speaker of the Polish Senate Bogdan Borusewicz were not allowed to attend the funeral due to travel bans imposed by Russia.[118] The travel bans bar certain EU and Western politicians from visiting Russia for their alleged "anti-Russian activities".[118] Russia's sanctions were imposed in response to Western-led sanctions against officials close to the Kremlin for their conduct during the Ukrainian Crisis.[118] Kalniete stated that "Since I have always taken a clear and explicit language on Russia’s role in Ukraine, I had suspicions that it could happen."[119] The president of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, called the ban a "high affront".[119]
A Russian court decided not to grant the request of Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader jailed for 15 days for distributing fliers, for a temporary release to attend the funeral.[120]

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Jump up^ ""Interfax": Бывшего офицера батальона "Север" заподозрили в причастности к убийству Немцова". Interfax. 24 April 2015.
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Jump up^ Baczynska, Gabriela (11 March 2015). "Suspects in Nemtsov killing probably tortured - Russian rights activist". Reuters. Retrieved 13 March 2015.
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Jump up^ According to Alfred Koch, Nemtsov's mother had changed her last name to Nemtsova 63 years earlier, when she had married Nemtsov's father. Nobody calls her by her distinctivelyJewish maiden name but Vladimir Putin who intentionally playing an Antisemitism card (Bobrakov-Timoshkin, Alexander. "Путин и девичья фамилия.". Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty.)
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Jump up^ Grybauskaitė, Dalia (27 February 2015). "Murder of Boris Nemtsov shows that Russia slides down to darkness of terror against its own people". Twitter.
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Jump up^ "John Kerry: No intelligence on Nemtsov murder".
Jump up^ Vershbow, Alexander (5 March 2015). "ESDP and NATO: better cooperation in view of the new security challenges". Riga, Latvia: North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
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^ Jump up to:a b c "European politicians are shocked by the murder Nemtsov". zn.ua. Retrieved28 February 2015.
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Jump up^ "Wallström: Nemtsov killing 'an execution'". TT Nyhetsbyrån/The Local. 1 March 2015.
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Jump up^ Baryshnikov, Valentin (2 March 2015). "Kasparov: 'Putin Is Accountable For This Bloodshed'". RFERL.
^ Jump up to:a b Kasparov, Garry (1 March 2015). "Putin’s Culture of Fear and Death". Wall Street Journal.
Jump up^ Американцы сами мразь породили, финансировали ее, сами же и убрали. Такова судьба всех проституток. Вчера вечером на одну мразь стало меньше.
Jump up^ ""Одной мразью стало меньше" или реакция зам.декана ФХМФ на смерть отца студента МФТИ". MIPT Stream.
Jump up^ "Студенты МФТИ извинились перед сыном Немцова за комментарий замдекана".Meduza. 2 March 2014.
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Jump up^ "Официальная страница Московского физико-технического института". 2 March 2015.
Jump up^ ""Отмашку на это преступление дала власть", - известный московский адвокат Генри Резник об убийстве Немцова.". Censor.net.ua. 3 March 2015. Retrieved 3 March 2015.
Jump up^ Nemtsova, Anna (27 February 2015). "Boris Nemtsov, Heart of Russia’s Opposition, Gunned Down in Moscow". The Daily Beast.
Jump up^ Nechepurenko, Ivan (28 February 2015). "Analysts Blame Nemtsov's Death on Russia's 'Legitimized Hate'". The Moscow Times.
^ Jump up to:a b Smith-Spark, Laura; Eshchenko, Alla; Chance, Matthew (3 March 2015). "Mourners pay respects at Boris Nemtsov's funeral in Russia". CNN.
Jump up^ Navalny, Alexei (4 March 2015). "Alexey Navalny: Boris Nemtsov's murder was 'beneficial' to Vladimir Putin". Kyiv Post.
Jump up^ Оппозиция объявила сбор на месте убийства Немцова [Opposition announces gathering at place of Nemtsov's murder]. meduza.io (in Russian). 28 February 2015.
Jump up^ "Московская художница хочет провести арт-марафон памяти Немцова". Belaruspartizan. Retrieved 9 March 2015.
Jump up^ "Погибший Минотавр". Radio Svoboda. Retrieved 27 March 2015.
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Jump up^ "Российская художница устроила арт-марафон в память о Немцове". Национальная Служба Новостей. Retrieved 2 April 2015.
^ Jump up to:a b "Песков назвал убийство Немцова "стопроцентной" провокацией".
Jump up^ "The Boris Nemtsov Murder Conspiracy Theories". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 2 March2015.
Jump up^ Fitzpatrick, Catherine A. (1 March 2015). "Theories about Possible Perpetrators of the Murder of Boris Nemtsov". The Interpreter.
Jump up^ "Why we will never know who killed Boris Nemtsov". The Guardian. Retrieved 2 March2015.
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Jump up^ Staalesen, Atle (15 June 2015). "Tribute to Boris Nemtsov ends in court". Barents Observer.
Jump up^ ՀԱԿ-ը դատապարտում է Բորիս Նեմցովի դաժան սպանությունը. news.am (in Armenian). 28 February 2015.
Jump up^ Sargssyan Studio - Web & Graphic Design. "Սա ծանր փորձություն է Ռուսաստանի համար. Նիկոլ Փաշինյանը` Բորիս Նեմցովի սպանութան մասին". lurer.com. Retrieved3 March 2015.
Jump up^ "Banned Polish delegate addresses Nemtsov funeral-goers". Radio Poland. 3 March 2014.
Jump up^ Bershidsky, Leonid (27 February 2015). "The Russia That Died With Boris Nemtsov".Bloomberg View.
Jump up^ Judah, Ben (28 February 2015). "Boris Nemtsov murder: Putin now governs mostly through terror and propaganda". The Telegraph.
Jump up^ Dawisha, Karen (28 February 2015). "Nemtsov killing: A chilling historical parallel?".CNN.
Jump up^ Sindelar, Daisy (1 March 2015). "Nemtsov: Kremlin-Watchers Find Eerie Parallel In An 80-Year-Old Murder". Radio Free Europe.
Jump up^ Whitmore, Brian (28 February 2015). "Putin's 'Hybrid' Great Terror". RFERL.
Jump up^ "A moment of silence in the program "Shuster Live", paid tribute to Boris Nemtsov". 112.ua. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
Jump up^ "Оппозиция согласовала с мэрией марш памяти Немцова". Meduza. 28 February 2015.
Jump up^ "Полиция насчитала 21 тыс. человек на шествии в память о Немцове в Москве".Interfax. 1 March 2015.
Jump up^ "В Москве на марше памяти Немцова задержан депутат Верховной рады". TASS. 1 March 2015.
Jump up^ "Украинский депутат Гончаренко будет судиться с МВД РФ: избили и не пустили врача с адвокатом". Moskovsky Komsomolets. 2 March 2015.
Jump up^ "В акции памяти Бориса Немцова в Петербурге приняли участие 6 тыс. человек".TASS. 1 March 2015.
Jump up^ "Как проходили акции памяти Бориса Немцова". TASS. 1 March 2015.
Jump up^ "В Лондоне и Париже прошли акции памяти Бориса Немцова". RBC Information Systems. 1 March 2015.
^ Jump up to:a b c Lowe, Christian; Macdonald, Alastair (3 March 2015). "Russia bars two EU politicians from Nemtsov funeral". Reuters.
^ Jump up to:a b Luhn, Alec; Walker, Shaun (3 March 2015). "Boris Nemtsov's funeral takes place in Moscow as EU condemns travel bans". The Guardian.
Jump up^ "Jailed Navalny Not Allowed To Attend Nemtsov's Funeral". Radio Free Europe. 2 March 2015.

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