27 February 2016, 12:37

Advocates argue about Mukhudinov's search by Interpol

The Chechen officer Ruslan Mukhudinov, accused of organizing the murder of Boris Nemtsov, has been declared wanted by the Interpol, said an advocate of the family of Boris Nemtsov. The defender of Mukhudinov has not confirmed this information, saying he did not know about the request sent to the Interpol.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that, according to unconfirmed data, Mukhudinov owns real estate abroad, and after the murder of Nemtsov has taken away his family from Chechnya.

The fact that Ruslan Mukhudinov is wanted by the Interpol was reported by Vadim Prokhorov, an advocate of the family of Boris Nemtsov. The suffered party does not treat Mukhudinov as the customer of the murder, although is sure that he was involved in the crime, he has stressed. According to Prokhorov, the search of Mukhudinov is conducted not only by the Russian bureau of the Interpol, but also by its General Secretariat located in Lyon.

This information was not confirmed by Khavat Khadisov, an advocate of Mukhudinov.

As of 12:35 a.m. Moscow time, Mukhudinov was not placed on the official wanted list on the website of the Interpol.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

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