Solving Kozlov's murder is 'question of honour'

The Moscow Times reported Tuesday 26 September that the killers of Russia's central bank first deputy chairman Andrei Kozlov may have been hired on the cheap and had no idea who they were being paid to kill.

A source close to the investigation told Interfax that the murder suspects would be identified only after executives from banks closed by Kozlov were questioned this week. The source said several of the executives had moved or fled the country.

Kozlov was shot on Sept. 13 outside the Sparta

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