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This is not the first time Putin’s opponents have died in this way. Earlier, Pavel Chelnikov’s body was found in his apartment in Moscow. He died due to bullet injury. According to media reports in Russia, Pavel shot himself. He was the authority in the Government Railway Company. A few days before his death, he had shared a vacation photo with his family. It is said that Putin’s government put a lot of pressure on the railways. The railway was unable to protect itself from Ukrainian hackers and had to shut down its own network. This made the supply of war materials irregular. On February 27, the European Union imposed restrictions on this company.
A few weeks before Pavel Chelnikov’s death, Anatoly Gerashchenko, believed to be close to Putin, died after falling from a ladder. 73-year-old Anatoly was the head of the Moscow Aviation Institute. He was removed from the list of Putin’s close associates a few years ago. So he had to leave the post of rector seven years ago.
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In September, Raheivan Pechorin, an Arctic resource developer, also died suspiciously. Pechorin, 29, fell from the boat and died. Pechorin brought many things from the Arctic to Russia.
Russian oil tycoon Ravil Magnaov died in a similar manner. He died after falling from the Central Clinic Hospital in Moscow. He fell from the sixth floor of the hospital. Magnaov was the head of the Russian oil company LukOil. The body of Aleksandr Tyulakov, an executive at Russian gas company Gazprom, was found a day after the war against Ukraine began. Alexander’s body was found in the garage of his home.
Three weeks before Alexander’s death, the body of 60-year-old Leonid Shulman was found in a Leningrad society. He was the Transport Head at Gazprom Invest. He was attacked many times. In a similar manner, the Vice President of Gazprombank, Vladislav Ayayev, was shot dead.
The body of 55-year-old Sergei Protosenya was found in Spain. In March, the bodies of Russian billionaire Vasily Melnikov, his wife and two children were found in their private luxury apartment.