The daughter of slain antithesis politician Boris Nemtsov has asked a Russian Investigative Committee to resume a review into his murder, a TASS news group reported Wednesday.
Zhanna Nemtsova is perfectionist investigators to assign Chechen corps commander Ruslan Geremeyev, a male Nemtsova believes masterminded a attack, a RBC journal reported.
Other group allegedly concerned in a murder are conduct of a Chechen Sever corps Alibek Delimkhanov, and Chechen amicable services central Shamkhan Tazabaev, a lawyers wrote in their acquiescence to a Investigative Committee, RBC reported.
Several of Geremeyev’s kin are also implicated, including his hermit Arthur Geremeyev, Senator Suleiman Geremeyev, and military officer Vakha Geremeyev.
“Although a review suggested contribution indicating these people could have been concerned in Nemtsov’s assassination, not one of them has been scrupulously questioned,” a lawyers wrote. “Ruslan and Arthur Geremeyev were not even charged,” they said.
Investigators attempted several times to routine paperwork for Ruslan Geremeyev’s detain though could not collect a required signatures, RBC reported. The Investigative Committee’s actions are directed usually during “creating a apparition of a fact that a murder has been entirely solved,” pronounced Prokhorov.
The Investigative Committee announced in Jan that a murder of Nemtsov, who was gunned down nearby a Kremlin on Feb. 27, 2015, had been solved.
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