In this undated Gasanov family handout photo made avaliable on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, doctor Shamil Gasanov, his wife and two children pose for a photo at their home in Makhachkala, a provincial capital in Dagestan, southern Russia. Doctor Shamil Gasanov was seized and charged of organizing an attack by Islamic militants three years ago that killed the police chief in Makhachkala, a provincial capital in Russia’s restive Caucasus. But he won’t get his days in court. His decapitated body was returned to his relatives, who say they suspect police blew his head off with a grenade launcher. (AP Photo/Gasanov Family )

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In this undated Gasanov  family handout photo made avaliable on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, doctor Shamil Gasanov, his wife and two children pose for a photo at their home in Makhachkala, a provincial capital in Dagestan, southern Russia.  Doctor Shamil Gasanov was seized and charged of organizing an attack by Islamic militants three years ago that killed the police chief in Makhachkala, a provincial capital in Russia’s restive Caucasus. But he won’t get his days in court. His decapitated body was returned to his relatives, who say they suspect police blew his head off with a grenade launcher. (AP Photo/Gasanov Family )
In this undated Gasanov family handout photo made avaliable on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, doctor Shamil Gasanov, his wife and two children pose for a photo at their home in Makhachkala, a provincial capital in Dagestan, southern Russia. Doctor Shamil Gasanov was seized and charged of organizing an attack by Islamic militants three years ago that killed the police chief in Makhachkala, a provincial capital in Russia’s restive Caucasus. But he won’t get his days in court. His decapitated body was returned to his relatives, who say they suspect police blew his head off with a grenade launcher. (AP Photo/Gasanov Family )
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