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It shows and explains the process whereby particular deaths are selected by the IFJ, CPJ, and other monitors.
It stresses the need for an end to total impunity in those remaining regions (the North Caucasus, St Petersburg) where no one has ever been prosecuted for killing a journalist, and for an advance beyond partial justice in those cases where it is known, or strongly suspected, that the murder of a journalist was planned and premeditated.
After 16 years of unsolved killings, the international outcry over her death made this a test case that might finally breach the barrier of partial justice.
The evidence presented by the prosecution, unfortunately, did not convince the jury or satisfy other key participants.
They call on Russian authorities to give investigators and courts the backing they need to identify and pursue all those responsible for the deaths of journalists and, in the meanwhile, to keep the press and the public better informed about their progress in tackling such disturbing crimes.
The CPJ lists Russia as "the third deadliest country in the world for journalists" since 1991, exceeded in the number of deaths only by Algeria (1993–1996) and post-invasion Iraq.
The Remembrance Day of Journalists Killed in the Line of Duty in Russia is observed on 15 December every year.