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  • He did not remember, in the first place, that the man who was arrested yesterday was called Markelov, and, in the second, he had quite forgotten that Sipiagin's wife had a brother of that name.

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  • He did not remember, in the first place, that the man who was arrested yesterday was called Markelov, and, in the second, he had quite forgotten that Sipiagin’s wife had a brother of that name.

    Virgin Soil

  • In this case, Stanislav Markelov, the human rights lawyer, had just come out of a press conference when he was shot on a sidewalk.

    Russian Courts Crack Down on Nationalists

  • His attorney, Stanislav Markelov, a human rights activist, was shot and killed on a Moscow street in January 2009.

    Trying to save a forest, and change Russia

  • Shortly after Budanov's release on parole, prominent human rights lawyer Stanislav Markelov was gunned down in central Moscow along with an independent reporter.

    Ex-Russian officer who killed Chechen shot dead

  • Markelov worked closely with Anna Politkovskaya, a journalist, and with Natalya Estemirova, a human rights campaigner, both of whom were killed in separate attacks.

    Russian Courts Crack Down on Nationalists

  • Shortly after Budanov's release on parole, prominent human rights lawyer Stanislav Markelov was gunned down in central Moscow along with an independent reporter.

    Ex-Russian officer who killed Chechen shot dead

  • Baburova apparently tried to stop the killer, who walked past her after shooting Markelov; the man then shot her in the head, Kommersant reported, citing unnamed witnesses.

    Death of Polish President Kaczynski

  • Markelov, 34, died immediately; Baburova died several hours later in a Moscow hospital, where she had undergone surgery, the independent news Web site Lenta reported.

    Death of Polish President Kaczynski

  • Russia's politicized legal system is incapable of successfully administering justice for real crimes such as the murders of Klebnikov, Politkovskaya, and Markelov, but it is exceedingly effective at mounting false cases to railroad political opponents or simply steal property through juridical extortion.

    Robert Amsterdam: Russia's Rule of Law an Issue of Security

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