Two years after Boris Nemtsov’s assassination, repeated protest is illegal and ‘no-one is safe’ – Inside Putin’s Russia – ABC News

“No-one is safe, of course we understand that. No-one is safe,” he told the ABC at the Solidarnost meeting in a hotel on the outskirts of Moscow.”After Nemtsov’s murder many people were really scared, many people left the country, many people stopped their political activities.”Because they thought if authority can kill a famous person, a celebrity like Nemtsov, the authority can do everything with a person like me.”Russia’s various opposition groups are seen as weak and disparate.”Oppositions look weak in every dictatorship because of pressure, because of police state, because of propaganda,” Mr Yashin said.

Source: Two years after Boris Nemtsov’s assassination, repeated protest is illegal and ‘no-one is safe’ – Inside Putin’s Russia – ABC News