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The security cameras filming the Moscow bridge where Russian opposition politician and Putin critic Boris Nemtsov was gunned down were not working at the time of the killing, Russian police have said.Nemtsov was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on Moscow's Great Moskvoretsky Bridge within sight of the Kremlin on the night of Friday 27 February.Police told pro-Kremlin newspaper Kommersantthat the footage from surveillance cameras in the area was "not very clear, or altogether absent as they were turned off at the time for repair".The paper reports that Nemtsov's girlfriend, Ukrainian model Anna Duritskaya, was in too much shock to recall the make of the car used by the killers to flee the scene, and that a number of vehicles recorded in the area