EXILED Russian Nikolai Glushkov has been found passed at his London home, Russian media has reported.
Glushkov, who was a close crony of one-time Putin fan Boris Berezovsky, reportedly died at the age of 69.
It comes after ex Russian spy Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia were tainted using a haughtiness agent made in Russia.
Police are questioning how they came to be targeted, with Prime Minister Theresa May giving President Vladimir Putin a deadline to explain Russia’s involvement.
There is no idea the Salisbury poisoning was related to Glushkov’s death.
Media aristocrat Demyan Kudryavtysev shared a reverence to Glushkov, the former emissary executive of Aeroflo, saying: “We have friends in common.
“They told me about his death. I do not know anything about the accurate cause, but he was not young.
“He died in London, in his house.”
Glushkov had formerly been outspoken that he did not trust his crony Berezovsky’s death was due to healthy causes.
Berezovsky was found passed in 2013 in an apparent self-murder but an inquisition into his death available an open verdict.
Speaking to The Guardian in 2013, he said: “I will never trust in the healthy death of Boris Berezovsky.”
His friend Berezovsky was once a absolute crony of the Vladimir Putin, but fled to London in 2000 after descending out with the Russian President.
Glushkov lived in the UK, in a home in Kingston, South West London, after being postulated domestic haven in the country in 2010.
A Russian radio hire reported that Glushkov had been pang from a singular blood disease hemochromatosis, which causes your physique to catch too much iron from your food.
No central means of death has been confirmed.
He was tried in absentia in Moscow, condemned to eight years behind bars over allegations of hidden $123m from Aeroflot.
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