Suspect confesses involvement in Nemtsov’s murder
MOSCOW, March 8 (Xinhua) — One of the five suspects related to the murder of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov has pleaded guilty, a court in Moscow said Sunday.
Clearly, CNN’s Christiane Amanpour hasn’t learn her lesson yet.
Previously, this lady interviewed RT ‘s Anissa Naquai regarding Russia Today’s “obvious bias towards Kremlin”, to which the latter eloquently responded with CNN’s obvious bias towards warmongers. CNN subsequently resorted to self-censorship, omitting Anissa’s stellar response. That wasn’t the only CNN’s blunders over the last few years.
She thought that by interviewing someone very close to the murdered Boris Nemtsov, she can advance her husband’s agenda and that of the Corporation.
But all she got is the real sentiment of the Russian opposition that knows exactly what game the US is playing, and some insider information about the lady companion of the victim that night of his assassination.
Pockets of resistance to the Peoples’ New World Order may be left with no more ace to play than the old and recycled false flag methodologies that nobody in his right mind is buying anymore.
Two suspects to the Nemtsov murder were recently detained and according to an incarcerated professional hitman, the killers were amateurs and their action may not be political in nature.
Even Russian opposition camp doesn’t believe Putin ordered the assassination of its leader Boris Nemtsov. It even expressed alarm at the speed at which the Ukrainian crisis is being brought inside Russia itself.