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MOSCOW, June 29. /TASS/. The criminal case against five persons accused of killing politician Boris Nemtsov has been sent to a court of law, Russian Investigative Committee spokesman Vladimir Markin said on Wednesday.
"The Investigative Committee’s Department for High-Profile Investigations has completed the investigation of the criminal case against Zaur Dadayev, Shadid Gubashev, Anzor Gubashev, Temirlan Eskerkhanov and Khamzat Bakhayev accused of committing a contract murder as part of an organized group and of the illegal acquisition, possession, transportation and storage of firearms (part 2, article 105 and part 3, article 222 of the Russian Criminal Code," the spokesman said.
The investigation has gathered a sufficient evidential base, as a result of which the criminal case against the five suspects has been sent to a court of law with the approved indictment to examine its merits," the spokesman said.
Spokesman for the Prosecutor General’s Office Alexander Kurennoi told TASS on Wednesday that Deputy Prosecutor General Viktor Grin approved the indictment against the five suspects in the Nemtsov murder case.
"The criminal case has been sent to the Moscow District Military Court to review its merits," Kurennoi said.