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Moscow police detained people who guarded Nemtsov's memorial
12:23, 27 February 2017
Moscow police detained people who guarded Nemtsov's memorial

Also municipal workers cleaned the place, took away all the flowers, all photos of Boris Nemtsov from Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge

12:23, 27 February 2017

112 Agency

After the march in memory of Boris Nemtsov in Moscow on February 27, police detained those of its participants who watched over Nemtsov's memorial on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge, reports correspondent of 112 Ukraine in Moscow. 

"This night, immediately after the end of march, after people leaved their flovers on the bridge, police arrived. They detained those participants who guarded the memorial. Municipal workers cleaned the place, took away all the flowers, all photos of Boris Nemtsov. For the second year Moscow activists have been voluntarly guarded this memorial," - reports the correspondent.

According to his words, today people will also come to the bridge with flowers and candles.

Former Vice Prime Minister of Russia Boris Nemtsov, who criticised the Kremlin, was killed in the center of Moscow 27 February 2015. Five people were accused of his murder. Investigators believe the organizer of assasination is Chechen military Ruslan Muhudinov, who are still free. 

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