Final indictment brought against 4 suspects in Nemtsov's murder case

Nemtsov was killed in central Moscow on Feb. 27

The final indictment has been brought against four suspects in the probe into the murder of the opposition politician Boris Nemtsov, one more is going to be indicted shortly, Russian Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin has told Interfax.

"Today investigators have brought their final indictment against Zaur Dadayev, Shadid Gubashev, Temirlan Eskerkhanov and Khamzat Bakhayev of perpetrating this contract killing acting as an organized group, as well as illegally obtaining, transporting and storing firearms. Anzor Gubashev will be indicted soon," Markin said.

The criminal case instituted against another accomplice - Beslan Shavanov - was closed in November 2015 on non-rehabilitating grounds, due to the death of the suspect as a result of detonating his explosives when police attempted to arrest him in Grozny, Markin said.

"It is planned to severe and further investigate into the case of Ruslan Mukhudinov, the person who ordered and masterminded the crimes and who has been on the international wanted list since November 2015, as well as the cases against some unidentified persons," Markin said.

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