Putin Critic Found Dead in a UK Days After Ex-Spy Mysteriously Poisoned

(LONDON) — A Russian businessman who was compared with a distinguished censor of a Kremlin has died in London, his counsel pronounced Tuesday. Police are treating a genocide as unexplained and have put counterterrorism detectives in assign of a case.

But military pronounced there was no justification to advise a couple to a Mar 4 poisoning of former view Sergei Skripal and his daughter.

Attorney Andrei Borovkov told Russian media outlets that his client, Nikolai Glushkov, has died, though pronounced he was unknowingly of a time and circumstances.

London’s Metropolitan Police force pronounced counterterrorism detectives are heading a review “as a prevision since of associations that a male is believed to have had.”

Reports in British and Russian media pronounced Glushkov, who was in his late 60s, was found passed during his home in southwest London.

Police pronounced officers are questioning a “unexplained” genocide of a male found during a residence in a New Malden area late Monday. It didn’t recover his name, observant grave marker had nonetheless to take place.

Glushkov was an associate of Boris Berezovsky, a Russian oligarch and Kremlin censor who died in London in 2013. An inquisition unsuccessful to establish either he had killed himself or died from tainted play.

Glushkov had worked for several Berezovsky enterprises including a automobile bureau AvtoVAZ and flagship Russian airline Aeroflot.

He was arrested in 1999 and put on hearing for embezzling $7 million from Aeroflot. In 2004, he was condemned to 3 years and 3 months in prison, though expelled since of time served before and during his trial.

Russian media reported that Glushkov was postulated domestic haven in Britain in 2010.

In 2017, a Moscow justice reviewed Glushkov’s box and condemned him in absentia to 8 years for embezzling some-more than $122 million from Aeroflot.

Last year, Glushkov seemed on a list published by a Russian Embassy in London of Russians wanted for critical crimes whom a U.K. had refused to extradite.

It pronounced Russia had sought his extradition in 2015 “for committing a series of serious financial offences on a domain of Russia,” though a British supervision refused.

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