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Seven oligarchs linked to Vladimir Putin mysteriously died in Ukraine war – World News

Billionaire oligarch Alexander Subbotin, 43, who runs Kremlin-linked energy giant Lukoil, was found dead after enlisting the services of so-called spiritual healers Magua Flores and Tina Cordoba – who are said to have treated him by injecting him with toad poison the skin spattered

Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the Security Council
Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the Security Council on May 20

A Russian oil tycoon found dead this month has become the sixth high-profile oligarch to have allegedly killed himself since Vladimir Putin’s invasion began.

billionaire Alexander Subbotin 43, the boss of Kremlin-affiliated gas giant Lukoil, was found dead after reportedly seeking the advice of shamans to cure a hangover.

The so-called spiritual healers Magua Flores and Tina Cordoba inserted toad poison under his skin as part of the bizarre ritual.

Local media reports say Subbotin died of a heart attack after ingesting the herb valerian – known to cause abnormal heart rhythms in some people.

But Subbotin’s unfortunate end is just the latest in a line of some of the country’s wealthiest men dying under suspicious circumstances.

End of April, Sergei Protosenya — who used to run oil company Novatek — is said to have hacked his wife and teenage daughter to death with an ax in their luxury Spanish villa before taking his own life in the courtyard.






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Former Vice President of Gazprombank, Vladislav Avaev He too was found dead with his family in Moscow a day earlier – raising suspicions that the two deaths could be linked.

Avaev, 51, his pregnant wife Yelena, 47, and younger daughter Maria, 13, were found dead by another daughter in their £2million apartment in Moscow a day earlier – police suspect Avaev’s pistol was used to kill all three.

Law enforcement sources told state news agency Tass that the death was a murder suicide, as were authorities in the Protosenya case.







Shamans Magua Flores (real name Alexey Pindyurin) and Tina Cordoba (Kristina Teikhrib)
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The main suspicion of foul play is close to dead – within 48 hours.

Another former Gazprombank vice president, Igor Volobuev, told Russian insider Avaev that the death “could have been staged because he might have known too much” and that he also doesn’t believe Protosenya took his own life.

Five more Kremlin-linked oligarchs have died this year – most after Putin ordered Russian troops into Ukraine on February 24.







Former Kremlin official and Vice President of Gazprombank Vladislav Avayev, 51, (pictured) was found dead alongside his 13-year-old daughter and pregnant wife
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On February 25th Alexander Tulakov was found dead in his garage with a suicide note next to his body in St. Petersburg.

His death came weeks after that of another Gazprom executive Leonid Schulman whose body was found next to a suicide note in late January.

On February 28th Mikhail Watford a gas and oil tycoon, was found hanged in the garage of his mansion in Surrey, England, leaving behind three children.







Vasily Melkinov (pictured) was also found dead under suspicious circumstances
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Gazprom manager Alexander Tyulakov, 61, was also found dead at his Leningrad mansion on February 25
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The oligarch died under “unexplained circumstances,” but there is no indication that he was sanctioned because of his close relationship with Putin, it said Guardianciting police reports.

billionaire Vasily Melnikov who founded the medical company MedStorm was found dead in Nizhny Novgorod at the end of March along with his wife and two young sons. Kommersant reported at the time.






Mikhail Watford was found dead at his home in Surrey

Although Melkinov’s company is said to be on the verge of collapse due to sanctions, neighbors and people who knew the family said there was no reason to suspect any problems between them.

A staff member received a message from Melkinov the day before their bodies were found, asking him to bury him in the same plot as his mother.

The message also gave the location of his key “under the rug” and told him “don’t break the door open.”

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