(From The Moscow Times)
Two Chechens accused of murdering U.S. journalist Paul Klebnikov failed to appear in Moscow City Court on Thursday, delaying jury selection in the high-profile case.
Kazbek Dukuzov and Musa Vakhayev are being tried for a second time for the July 2004 shooting of Klebnikov, 41, the former editor of the Russian edition of Forbes magazine.
They were acquitted in May, but the Supreme Court reversed that ruling in November, sending both men back to court.
But they were nowhere to be found Thursday. "We have no written explanation of why they did not show up," court spokeswoman Tatyana Zubaryova said.
The proceeding was closed to …