Y'know, it actually looked like they were doing okay with that, only naming people who had actualy been arrested, charged, imprisoned, killed, or some combination thereof - until they get into this section headed "Suspects according to an alternative version of the events"
Y'know, I sometimes wonder if WP's tendency to name potentially dangerous people in articles like this doesn't put other people in danger too - maybe even the admins and well-intentioned editors who happen along and try to correct simple errors or even run cleanup bots on stuff like this. I mean, this is a pretty bad misspelling of the word "lieutenant," for example:
A team of twelve GRU operatives who allegedly conducted bombings in the city of Buynaksk under general command of Leutenatnt General Kostechko (according to a confession of GRU officer Aleksey Galkin, made under torture)
So if someone comes along and corrects that, is that person added to some Russian spec-ops "hit list," just for being visible in the revision history? I mean, sure, almost certainly not, but it's an increasingly paranoid world out there.