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Daily Mail: Lesin alive and under the protection of the FBI

on Sat Nov 14, 2015 1:13 am
The British newspaper says that the creator of a propaganda channel Russia Today could be the FBI informant, and his death was staged by US intelligence agencies.

The London Daily Mail newspaper published an article about the death of a former press minister and general director of "Gazprom-Media" Mikhail Lesin, who, as reported by news agencies, was found dead at a hotel in Washington November 6.

Despite the fact that the Russian news agency "Russia Today" almost immediately called into the cause of death as a heart attack, the Metropolitan Police is still officially a reason not to call, the newspaper writes. The investigation continues.

As according to British journalists, in addition to voiced by Russian media, which he himself created, and Lessin, deserve the right to exist in two versions. According to one, one of the most influential people of Russia, Vladimir Putin's close associate, was killed, as was planning to give evidence to the FBI, shed light on the corruption in the higher echelons of power. According to another version, Lesin and does still alive: his death was staged FBI, with whom retired official made a deal.

The paper also provides information Lesin allegedly owed a large sum of money to the Russian billionaire Yuri Kovalchuk, one of the closest major business associates of Putin.

The article is richly illustrated with photographs friend 57-year-old Mikhail Lesin, model 29-year-old Victoria Rahimbaeva. The paper draws attention to the fact that, as she wrote Rahimbaeva social networks long before reports of the death of Yassin, they were going to remain permanently in New York. In addition, the newspaper writes that a few days before his death, Rahimbaeva had a baby. In Russian
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