Boris Nemtsov is said to have been shot in the back 4 or 5 times (about 8 shots were fired). This means the attacker shot him after walking past him. When he was attacked, he must have been next to the lamp post, while the attacker was standing behind him next to the back of the Snow wagon.
The attacker walked from behind the snow wagon onto the street, at the very same time Nemtsov’s girlfriend is still visible standing up just in the front of that same snow wagon. It is all just too perfect a timing. A well-trained professional can fire 6 shots per second.
I still have some questions left.
- Why would a professional hitman wait on the stairs towards the bridge for them to pass by, while he could have also driving by in the car? This would have been a smaller chance of being caught? Is there footage of the hitman coming from the stairways?
- How did they arrange there was no traffic behind the snow wagon, except for the one car belonging with the attackers?
- Why cannot we see a video of the exact moment it all happened? (in slow motion?) It seems the information is presented to us in ways we miss out some of the rough data.