… was a Pro-democracy reformer, then a critic of Putin and darling of a tiny anti-Putin constituency. He was gunned down on a bridge in Moscow.
Keeping in mind the credibility of news sources (It seems like the real ones are soon dead, or something. Kinda makes me think Brian Williams was onto something), the only way to logically look at Nemtsov’s assassination is to ask, who benefits?
Anyone have an idea on this? Would the assassination convert anyone to support Putin?