28 April 1995OLEG GAIDANOV, A DEPUTY IN THE RUSSIAN prosecutor-general’s office and a possible candidate for Moscow city prosecutor, has insisted repeatedly in interviews that he is certain Vladislav Listev’s killers will be found and punished. However, recent Russian experience provides little ground for optimism. Few of Russia’s prominent murder cases in the last two […]

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