Defendant in Nemtsov’s murder insists on knowing about murder from news
Accused Shadid Gubashev also declared in court that he rarely visited Moscow and was not following Boris Nemtsov.
One of defendants in the case on Boris Nemtsov’s murder, Shadid Gubashev, insists that for the first time he heard about murder of the politician from news. Moreover, according to Gubashev, he did not attach great value to this event.
“I heard on news that some man was killed, but I did not pay attention, I did not know who was it”, Rosbalt quotes Gubashev.
He added, addressing jurors, that he did not commit "any crime", did not follow Nemtsov and in general “rarely visited the capital”.
To recall, earlier the Moscow District Military Court prolonged arrest of five defendants in the case on murder of politician Boris Nemtsov, who was shot in the evening on February 27, 2015 during walk on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge, till June 30.
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