The 2018 strangulation death of a Russian businessman who escaped Vladimir Putin’s system was a murder made to look like self destruction, a British coroner has dominated.
Nikolai Glushkov, a Putin pundit and close partner of onetime billionaire oligarch Boris Berezovsky, was discovered choked in his southwest London home in March 2018 — only days after a nerve gas assault on ex-spy Sergei Skripal, another Russian emigre living in Britain.
Glushkov’s deadly wounds “could be predictable with a neck-hold, applied from behind, and the attacker being behind the person in question,” as indicated by the news.
After three years, senior coroner Chinyere Inyama has decided that Glushkov was unlawfully slaughtered. Counter psychological oppression police are examining his death.
Glushkov’s previous supervisor Berezovsky, who once claimed Russia’s Aeroflot airline and burned through millions on an enemy of Putin reprimand campaign after the Russian chief constrained him to escape in 2003, was hanged in an alleged self destruction at his ex’s London home in 2013.