One of the six men authorities believe were involved in the assassination of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was cornered by police at his hiding place in Grozny, Chechnya and blew himself up with a grenade.
Five other suspects appeared in court yesterday. Two have been charged in the Nemtsov killing while 3 others have yet to be indicted. One of those charged in the assassination, Zaur Dadayev, is said to have confessed to the crime. Dadayev has connections to the highest level of the Chechyen government, being an associate of the Kremlin-backed pupett leader Ramzan Kadyrov He appeared in courtf flashing the “one God” hand sign and proclaiming “I love the prophet Mohammed”