British investigators suspected Russian involvement in two more murders

British investigators suspected Russian involvement in two more murders

Investigating the assassination of former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter British investigators believe that Russia is still at least two murders in the UK. According to The Sunday Times, a counter-terrorism unit of Scotland Yard “received new information indicating that Russian killers could be other purposes.”


It clarifies the newspaper, the investigators found that the staff of the GRU (the Main Directorate of the General staff of the Ministry of defense of Russia) “came into the country and left her about that time when there was a suspicious death.” In particular, we are talking about is found dead businessman Alexander Perepelichny and fell from the window of his apartment entrepreneur Scott young. The owner died in 2014, the police did not consider his death suspicious. Now the investigators are going to classify some cases into the category of “suspicious” and will once again turn to witnesses.

Alexander Perepelichny was one of the main witnesses on “Magnitsky case” brought against worked at Hermitage Capital lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. His body was found at the end of November 2013 near the rented house in the town of Weybridge. Evidence of violent death of the businessman was not originally discovered, however in 2015 it was revealed that he had been poisoned by fast poison of plant origin. In November 2018, the Prosecutor General’s office reported that the businessman might have been killed in the UK by order of the founder of Hermitage Capital of William Browder.