Another Russian Executive Jumps Out The Window To His Death

Date:

Yes folks people are still getting whacked in Russia and elsewhere. Another suicide supposedly, yet no one is saying for sure other than the fact that he went out the window (the preferred way Russians and others that Russia has problems with ends up) because of a long illness. I mean come on, these guys have so much money they could buy their way into staying alive for quite some time. Yet they all want to go out the window for some odd reason at the height of their riches and power.

Of course the reasons are pretty much highlighted about mid way down the article. I take it the CEO wanted peace in Ukraine and wanted the special operation to come to an end, which in Russia gets you whacked no matter who you are.

Lukoil, Russia’s second biggest oil and gas company, made headlines in March when it called “for the soonest termination of the armed conflict” in Ukraine.

“We express our sincere empathy for all victims, who are affected by this tragedy,” the company’s board of directors said in a statement to shareholders, staff and customers at the time. “We strongly support a lasting ceasefire and a settlement of problems through serious negotiations and diplomacy.”

Yes saying that will most definitely get someone whacked, and of course I guess that’s what happened.

Story below:

The chairman of Russian oil and gas giant Lukoil has died after falling out of the window of a hospital in Moscow, according to Russian state media.

“The man fell out of the sixth-floor window and died as a result of his injuries,” a source told TASS.

Lukoil confirmed the death of its chairman on Thursday in a statement published on its website.

Ravil Maganov “passed away following a severe illness,” Lukoil said, making no mention of a fall. “Maganov immensely contributed to the development of not only the company, but of the entire Russian oil and gas sector.”

Lukoil, Russia’s second biggest oil and gas company, made headlines in March when it called “for the soonest termination of the armed conflict” in Ukraine.

“We express our sincere empathy for all victims, who are affected by this tragedy,” the company’s board of directors said in a statement to shareholders, staff and customers at the time. “We strongly support a lasting ceasefire and a settlement of problems through serious negotiations and diplomacy.”

The firm produces more than 2% of the world’s crude oil and employs over 100,000 people.

RIA Novosti quoted a law enforcement source Thursday as saying Maganov “most likely committed suicide.”

“Investigating authorities are working on the spot to establish the causes of the incident,” the source told RIA.

At least five prominent Russian businessmen have reportedly died by suicide since late January, according to previous CNN reporting.

Source: https://edition.cnn.com/2022/09/01/business/lukoil-chairman-dies/index.html

Oh hi there 👋 It’s nice to meet you.

Sign up to receive awesome content in your inbox, every month.

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Share post:

Subscribe

spot_imgspot_img

Popular

More like this
Related

China Using Fake Social Media To Promote Trump

China Using Fake Social Media To Promote Trump China Using...

Analyzing Trump’s Question: Are We Better Off Than 4 Years Ago?

Four years ago, The COVID-19 pandemic created significant disruptions in the U.S. food system, resulting in shortages and higher prices for basic supplies and food.

Trump Russian Controlled, Maddow Slams Manafort, Brought In To Raise Russian Money, Destroy Ukraine

The connections between former President Donald Trump, his campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and Russia have been a subject of significant interest and investigation, particularly in the context of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.

The Lauren Boebert Crime Family Strikes Again, Massive 22 Criminal Charges

Rep. Lauren Boebert’s son was arrested Tuesday and now faces 22 charges relating to an alleged crime wave in Colorado, authorities said.