Berezovsky hoped he wasn’t worth killing

Boris Berezovsky left unguarded on day of his death

Boris Berezovsky was left unguarded for five hours before he was discovered lying dead on the floor of his bathroom at his Berkshire home.

Mr Berezovsky, a fiery critic of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin who fled to the UK in 2000, was found dead at the age of 67, reportedly in a bath at his home.

Mr Berezovsky, a fiery critic of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin who fled to the UK in 2000, was found dead at the age of 67, reportedly in a bath at his home. Photo: AP
10:00PM GMT 25 Mar 2013
The Russian oligarch’s bodyguard said that he left Mr Berezovsky alone in the house at around 10am on Saturday to run a series of errands for his employer.
He did not return until around 3pm, when he discovered a number of missed calls on Mr Berezovsky’s phone.
He forced his way through the bathroom door, which was locked from the inside, and discovered Mr Berezovsky lying dead on the floor.
According to the bodyguard, he was fully clothed. After checking for a pulse, he called a paramedic and Mr Berezovsky was pronounced dead at the scene.
Mr Berezovsky’s body was removed from the property on Monday morning, and police said that while his death was “unexplained” there was no evidence to suggest the involvement of a “third party”.
On Monday night Thames Valley police were waiting for the results of a post-mortem, which was conducted by a Home Office pathologist.
Mr Berezovsky’s bodyguard, who reportedly formerly worked for Mossad, was the oligarch’s only remaining security.
The oligarch, who had been the target of repeated assassination attempts, had previously employed a five-strong security detail to protect him, including former members of the French Foreign Legion.
However, last year Mr Berezovsky became severely depressed after losing one of the world’s biggest ever private litigations against Roman Abramovich, the owner of Chelsea Football Club.
The case left him with a £70million legal bill and he became “extremely depressed”. He was forced to sell his home in Surrey and sack his security detail and chauffeur. One friend told The Daily Telegraph: “He thought after losing the case and all his money they wouldn’t consider him worth killing.”
Yuri Dubov, a writer and one of Mr Berezovsky’s closest friends, arrived at the house hours after Mr Berezovsky was found dead and spoke at length to Mr Berezovsky’s bodyguard.
He said that at 10.30pm on Friday night, Mr Berezovsky had given the bodyguard a series of errands for him to do the following day. It was the last time he was seen alive.
The following morning, he left the house at around 10am. Mr Dubov said:”He [the bodyguard] was out. When he came in he saw Boris’s mobile phone with a number of unanswered calls.
“He got worried and forced his way into the bathroom. He didn’t find a suicide note. He said Mr Berezovsky was fully clothed and there was no blood.”
Mr Berezovsky’s former wife Galina, who owns the house and allowed him to live there, arrived while the paramedic was still there.
According to friends she saw a scarf by his body and allegedly emerged from the scene believing he may have been murdered. Mr Berezovsky’s friends are also sceptical about suicide, including the widow of murdered KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko.

TAP –  Marina seems to have twigged who’s doing all the murders now, and is apparently not accusing Putin any more, despite  endless encouragement from the BBC.

The cause of Mr Berezovsky’s death has been the subject of fevered speculation around the world.
Sergei Markov, an advisor of President Vladimir Putin, claimed on Monday that he may have been murdered by British spies to stop him leaving state secrets to the Russians.
Less than 24 hours before his death Mr Berezovsky told a Russian reporter that he wanted to return to his homeland.
Mr Markov said: “It became clear he was ready to give out all information to the Russian secret services on those in the Western secret services who are trying to work on throwing Putin down. So they got rid of him.”

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2 Responses to “Berezovsky hoped he wasn’t worth killing”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is it time for a Ben Fulford update?

    Ben Fulford: After Pope falls, British Monarchy under severe attack, global turbulence increases


  2. Anonymous says:

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