The latest is that one of the attorneys representing one of the defendants on trial for killing Forbes editor Paul Klebnikov has been accused by the judge in the case of misonduct.
An update to the trial can be found here.
What I am finding interesting in following the coverage is that the trial is closed to the public. The latest story says that it’s because of “secret documents.”
The story states: “Klebnikov gained a reputation for investigating murky post-Soviet business dealings and corruption. Prosecutors claim Dukuzov, Vakhayev and Sadretdinov killed him on the orders of Chechen businessman Khozh-Akhmed Nukhayev, who wanted revenge for a critical book, Conversations with a Barbarian, which featured him as the central figure.”