Saturday, February 28, 2015

Russian Opposition Politician Boris Nemtsov Shot dead

                An unidentified assassin shot Mr Nemtsov (above, in 2010 at an anti-Kremlin march) four times while he was walking with a woman near the Kremlin

Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was today shot dead in front of his girl friend on Friday night while walking near the kremlin by unidentified gunmen in a white car.
The Ukrainian Petro Poroshenko has cast blame on the kremlin for Boris killing alleging that politicians are afraid of the report the former deputy Prime Minister was due to release,Russian blame killing of Boris for his open criticism.

                         Hundreds of people gathered at the site where Boris Nemtsov was shot dead on Friday night with critics claiming Vladimir Putin is to blame for the opposition politician's death

Hundreds of people milled out to demonstrate against the assassination at the site of the killing in Moscow , laying flowers in solidarity and condolence saying 'Je suis Boris'
                          Among mounds of flowers and candles left on the bridge in central Moscow are signs reading 'Je suis Boris' and 'We are all Nemtsov' in Russian claiming the 55-year-old was killed for openly criticising Putin in an attack on free speech

Hundreds arrived at the scene in central Moscow today Protesters held up signs reading 'Putin killed by friend' in Russian at the scene where Mr Nemtsov was killed

                    The father-of-four was shot four times by assailants in a white car as he walked across a bridge over the Moskva River

                     The white car (pictured) that carried the assassins has reportedly been found by police not far from where the leader was murdered, according to REN TV news channel

                     Medics carry the body of Boris Nemtsov. The politician was highly critical of the government's inefficiency, rampant corruption and the Kremlin's policy on Ukraine, which has strained Russia-West ties to a degree unseen since Cold War times

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