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Brutal Forbes murder case back in Russian court

On Monday, the Moscow City Court returned the Paul Klebnikov murder case to the Russian Prosecutor General's Office. According to the city court press secretary, Anna Usacheva, the decision was taken to ensure that one of the suspects in the case, Kazbek

The native of Chechnya still remains at large, after failing to show up in court on March 14, 2007.

The legal proceedings had been halted and Dukuzov has been on the federal wanted list ever since.

Paul Klebnikov, the editor-in-chief of the Russian version of Forbes, was shot dead on July 9, 2004, after leaving his office.