It’s easy for Russian prosecutors to have a high conviction rate when procedural laws are flexible by Nabi Abdullaev MAKHACHKALA, Dagestan–Two court processes recently held in the Dagestani capital of Makhachkala–one for the accused Buinaksk bombers and another for Perm’s OMON attackers–revealed that one of the most effective tools at an investigator’s disposal is a […]

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