The four main suspects in the Moscow attack appear before the judge with injuries and signs of violence

A Russian court formally charged the four main suspects in the attack on the concert hall with terrorism on Friday. Moscow Crocus City Hall According to the authorities’ preliminary figures, 137 people died.

The authorities presented the suspects to court this Sunday, who were sent into preventive detention. The defendants were identified as Dalerjon Barotovich Mirzoev, Saidakrami Murodali Rachabalizoda, Shamsidin Fariduni –who have already admitted their guilt– and Muhammadsobir Fayzov.

The Moscow court has held its hearings behind closed doors to maintain the secrecy of the investigation and has decided to take preventative measures in the form of pre-trial detention until May 22nd. The four defendants, who had used Tajik translation services, showed signs of injury, particularly facial bruising.

The last of them to testify, Fayzov, was moved to the courtroom medical stretcher accompanied by emergency servicesas the Russian news agency Interfax reports.

The attack on the concert hall

On Friday, some men broke into the concert hall in the Russian capital and shot those present. They later opened fire on the building. The Russian government reported this Arrest of eleven peopleincluding the four who were directly involved in the attack, which was claimed by the Islamic State.

The attack on Crocus Town Hall takes place worst terrorist attack in the modern history of the Russian capitalon the crisis of the Dubrovka Theater hijacking by Chechen separatists in 2002, an attack that left 132 hostages dead after a full-scale intervention by Russian security forces.

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