Gazi Isayev attends a remand hearing at Moscow's Basmanny District Court in November 2020.
The former police chief of the Kizlyar district of Daghestan, Gazi Isayev, was found guilty of involvement in the terrorist attacks in the Moscow metro in 2010 and sentenced to life in prison by the Second Western Military Court in Moscow on March 16. The court found Isayev guilty of terrorism, banditry, and participating in an organized criminal group. Isayev pleaded not guilty. Two bomb attacks in the Moscow metro in late March 2010 killed 39 people and injured dozens of others. To read the original story by RFE/RL's Russian Service, click here .