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There's a chilling quote from 1997 about the opposition leader in Moscow who was shot dead

Prominent Russian opposition figure and former Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov was shot dead in Moscow Friday. In 1997, The New York Times profiled Nemtsov after he was promoted to deputy prime minister. Discussing the challenges the new first deputy prime minister would face in Moscow, the director of an economic consulting firm described the job as potentially "suicidal.
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