Moscow police on chambers street surveillance was able to trace the part of the path that the alleged murderer Boris Nemtsov, together with his accomplices fled by car from the place of lawlessness.
based on the records of the camera, immediately after the murder Nemtsov car bandits turned on a red light with a Big Moskvoretsky bridge right onto Marsh street. The time on the clock - 23. 31. 48. On Marsh street killers at high speed went up to lift the Great Stone bridge, and drove to his 23. 32. 43. Videomania than a minute, at 23. 33. 52, she reached a turning on Tverskaya. The driver was rebuilt at the number as if he was going to go left, and even included a turn signal. However, at the last moment he changed his mind and sent the car right by the State Duma on the street Okhotny Ryad. 23. 34. 21 the machine is turned on the Big Dmitrovka and there were lost in heavy traffic. However, first of all the same LifeNews reported that the car lighter shade, which could escape artists killing policy, went literally through a different route and was seen on Ordynka street. Then it claimed that the suspects were driving at a speed of about 60 miles per hour in a straight line across the Bolshaya Ordynka 23. 39. Remember, co-chair of the party " RPR-Parnas ", the people's choice Yaroslavl regional Duma Boris Nemtsov was forcibly deprived of his life in the night of Saturday in the centre of Moscow, four shots back. At the time of the iniquity he went on Moskvoretsky bridge accompanied by Ukrainian model Anna Duriscoe. Investigators are working on five major versions of the assassination policy: murder-provocation, designed to destabilize the political situation in the country, extremist then associated with the position Nemtsov on the death of the edition of Charlie Hebdo in Paris, " Ukrainian footprint, commercial activities policy and other domestic versions. Also one of the versions concerned the possible belonging of right-wing and Chechen terrorists, led by Adam Osmaev. In addition, it has been argued that the killers were professionals.