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Mystery deaths of Russian execs were ‘ALL murders’: Bill Browder


Russian oligarchs are butchering each-other in a vicious fight over wealth sparked by Western sanctions crippling the economy, Bill Browder has told MailOnline. 

Mr Browder – who once ran Russia’s largest foreign investment firm until he fell foul of Putin and is dubbed his ‘number one enemy’ – believes a spate of ‘suicides’ and suspicious deaths among the country’s elites are ‘all murders’.

Speaking Wednesday at the Henry Jackson Society ahead of the annual Magnitsky Human Rights Awards, Mr Browder said: ‘What you have going on is this viper’s nest of fighting over assets, cash flow and power as the economic pie shrinks in Russia

Russian MP Nikolay Petrunin (pictured) has become the latest high-profile energy executive to die since Vladimir Putin launched his brutal war in Ukraine

Russian MP Nikolay Petrunin (pictured) has become the latest high-profile energy executive to die since Vladimir Putin launched his brutal war in Ukraine

Igor Nosov, CEO of the Corporation for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic, also died this year in his early 40s, reportedly from a 'stroke'

Igor Nosov, CEO of the Corporation for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic, also died this year in his early 40s, reportedly from a ‘stroke’

Pavel Pchelnikov, 52, a PR manager for the Russian Railways, was found shot dead at his home in the leafy Kolomenskaya Embankment neighbourhood on September 28

Pavel Pchelnikov, 52, a…



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