A lawyer representing the family of the deceased Russian whistle-blower Sergei Magnitsky has been hospitalized in Moscow with serious injuries after falling several stories.
The incident on March 21 happened one day before he was to appear in court in connection with the Magnitsky case. S.-born British investor Bill Browder, said in a statement on March 21 that lawyer Nikolai Gorokhov was "thrown from the fourth floor of his apartment building." Russian news reports suggested his fall may have been an accident.
Several days after the fight, the defendants and a third member of the gang unexpectedly encountered Kobozev at a car repair shop, where they confronted him about the fight before Nosov shot him, authorities said.
Still alive, Kobozev was put in a jeep and driven to the Livingston, N.
Two Kremlin-loyal news outlets reported on March 21 that Gorokhov fell while trying to move a Jacuzzi up to his apartment together with two movers.
Those reports included photos and a video of a shattered tub outside a building.
The news outlets claimed it was the Jacuzzi that was being moved.
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