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Daily Telegraph Raises Alarm Over Russians' Deaths (video)
8.12.2012 23:12

The Daily Telegraph has raised concerns over the recent death of Russian businessman Alexander Perepilichny in Surrey. The man was linked to the case of Sergey Magnitsky.

      The newspaper’s Neil Tweedie looks at the previous cases when Russia’s wealthy citizens with a shady past who escaped their home country after falling out with the authorities or their business partners were attacked.

      Among them are Alexander Litvinenko, German Gorbuntsov, a Russian banker, who survived six shot at close range, Stephen Curtis, a British lawyer who run the affairs of some of Russia’s richest men.

      According to the article’s author, there are more than 300,000 Russians residing in the UK, benefiting British economy with their money gained during the wild nineties. Neil Tweedie also makes a jab against both the immigration and financial regulators of the UK, who in his opinion are too reluctant into exploring the source of the wealth of elite expats.



Author: Mikhail Vesely

Tags: Sergey Magnitsky Alexander Perepilichny Hermitage Capital   

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