Hundreds of protesters have gathered at the scene where Russian politician Boris Nemtsov was murdered to name Vladimir Putin as the culprit of his death.
Critics held up signs reading ‘we are all Nemtsov’ this afternoon to claim the 55-year-old had been murdered for openly criticising the Russian President in a similar attack on free speech to the Charlie Hebdo massacre.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has blamed the Kremlin for Mr Nemtsov’s death, alleging politicians were afraid of a report the former deputy prime minister was due to share publicly.
The findings are said to link Russia to the Ukrainian crisis which has seen thousands of people slaughtered after separatist rebels and military forces clashed
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