Mystery continues to shroud the alleged suicides of six Russian oligarchs and leading businessmen since the onset of the war in Ukraine.
Four billionaires and two executives at state-owned gas and oil giant Gazprom have died since Russian troops began preparing to invade their neighbour in late January.
They include Mikhail Watford, a Ukraine-born gas and property tycoon who told friends he feared Putin’s hit list ‘for years’.
The 66-year-old was found hanged at his £18million mansion in Surrey last month in what authorities said was an ‘unexplained’ death without evidence of foul play.
Mr Watford told friends and neighbours he was ‘on Putin’s hit list’ for two years, with fears for his life rising in the months before he died.
Ukraine-born tycoon Mikhail Watford was found dead in…
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