The Four Suspects in the Moscow Massacre Present with Signs of Violence at Crocus City Hall Hearing
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Four Tajik Nationals in Court over Brutal Attack at Moscow Concert Hall: Amid Charges of Terrorism and Potential Life Imprisonment

Four suspects, all Tajik nationals, who have been accused of the brutal attack on the Crocus concert hall on the outskirts of Moscow appeared in court. They face charges of terrorism and potential life imprisonment and were brought before the Moscow Basmanni district court. The court ordered that they remain in preventive detention for now, with most of the session conducted behind closed doors to protect the families of the victims.

Despite Russian authorities not confirming a direct link between the attackers and Islamic State, the group has claimed responsibility for it. The suspects lived in Russia, but their connection to Ukraine remains unclear. The detainees appeared in court emaciated and in poor physical condition, with interpreters present as two of them did not speak Russian.

One of the suspects, Muhammadsobir Fayzov, was brought to court in a wheelchair and was unable to speak or open his eyes. Another, Shamsidin Fariduni, was visibly beaten and swollen when he entered the courtroom. A third suspect, Rachabalizoda Saidakrami Murodal, had a bandage covering the right side of his head while the fourth, Dalerjon Mirzoev, appeared with injuries to his face.

The alleged details of the suspects’ activities before the attack have been circulating in

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