Kadyrov: Suspicion of Geremeev’s involvement in Nemtsov murder farfetched
"I am thousand percent sure that he is not guilty," - said the Head of Chechnya.
Ramzan Kadyrov, the Head of Chechnya, has stood up for Ruslan Geremeev, a former commander of the Sever (North) internal troops battalion, who is a witness in the case of Boris Nemtsov’s murder. "If he is taken to the court, becomes a defendant, then we'll see. If you ask me, I say Geremeev is absolutely innocent. This case is farfetched," - Dozhd quoted Kadyrov’s words. "I am thousand percent sure that he is not guilty. We all know who is to blame, what’s what. You just want to get to Kadyrov somehow," - he said.
Recall, Ruslan Geremeev, the former commander of the Sever (North) internal troops battalion, is a witness in the case of Boris Nemtsov’s murder.
Earlier, Zarina Isoeva, who worked as a cleaner in defendants’ Moscow apartment, was questioned in the court over the Nemtsov’s case. She confidently identified the accused and recognized Ruslan Geremeev as the leader of the group.
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