Thursday, 6 December 2012


Why was Leapy Lee treated like a hero when he went to prison for 3 years for stabbing a relief pub manager?

What are we not being told?


Zoompad said...

Mystery death of Russian businessman now examined by Major Crimes Unit
An investigation into the sudden death of a Russian supergrass in Surrey is now being reviewed by specialist detectives amid mounting concern that he could have been murdered

Alexander Perepilichny
By Martin Evans, Crime Correspondent
8:04PM GMT 02 Dec 2012
Alexander Perepilichnyy’s, 44, who moved to Britain three years ago after falling out with a Moscow crime syndicate, was found dead outside his mansion on an exclusive private estate near Weybridge last month.

His death has so far been described as “unexplained” and Surrey police initially stated that it was not being treated as suspicious.

But after it emerged that Mr Perepilichnyy’s was co-operating with the Swiss authorities in a major corruption investigation linked to a string of other deaths, police chiefs ordered that the case be passed to force’s Major Crimes Unit.

Police sources said the unit, which investigates complex murder cases, would be now taking a fresh look at the circumstances of Mr Perepilichnyy’s death.

Detectives will speak to his friends and business associates in a renewed effort to establish how a 44-year-old man, who was apparently in good health, came to suddenly collapse and die.

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One theory being explored is that he could have been poisoned in a similar fashion to Alexander Litvinenko, the former KGB agent who died in London in 2006 after being contaminated with radioactive Polonium 210.

Detectives are awaiting the results of toxicology tests but have warned that they could take several months to be completed.

Associates of Mr Perepilichnyy have claimed that Surrey police were slow off the mark in recognising the complexity of the case.

Mr Perepilichnyy sought sanctuary in the UK in 2009 after agreeing to expose a sophisticated network of corrupt Moscow businessmen suspected of involvement in a massive tax fraud.

The network, which was allegedly tied up with the Klyuev organised crime syndicate, was thought to be behind a scam which had cost the British based company Hermitage Capital Management millions of pounds.

Mr Browder, the CEO of Hermitage, has accused Surrey Police of being slow off the mark in recognising the complexity of the case.

He said his lawyers had written to the force on a number of occasions to urge them to carry out a specialist post-mortem.

Mr Browder explained: “They contacted Surrey police multiple times to make sure they were treating this seriously, but were brushed off entirely.”

He claimed it was only when media reports surfaced last week that the force passed the case to murder detectives in the Major Crimes Unit to look at.

A spokesman for Surrey Police said: “The investigation has always been ongoing. The Major Crimes Unit is now examining the circumstances of Mr Perepilichnyy’s death which is being treated as unexplained.”

Hermitage was one of the largest foreign investors in Russia until becoming the victim of a £144 million tax fraud scheme in 2007.

Moscow based lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who was hired by Hermitage to investigate the claims, concluded that Moscow tax officials had been laundering millions of pounds through Swiss bank accounts.

But after going public with his claims and testifying against several senior police officers in the Russian capital, Mr Magnitsky was arrested and placed in prison.

The 37-year-old was held for more than a year without trial and was eventually found dead in his prison cell on 16 November 2009 after allegedly being beaten and tortured.

Two other men, who were believed to be embroiled in the scandal, Octai Gasanov and Valery Kurochkin, were also found dead in mysterious and unexplained circumstances in Russia and Ukraine.

Despite the efforts of investigators the investigation into the alleged money laundering had been faltering until Mr Perepilichnyy handed over a cache of documents to Swiss prosecutors.

His associates believe his death could well be linked with the case and are urging the police to ensure all aspects of his life in Russia and Britain are closely examined.

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Zoompad said...

I wrote to the Queen about the Pindown child abuse cover up and got back a really snotty reply from Buckingham Palace.

Basically the letter informed me, as far as institutional child abuse is concerned the Queen ain't bovvered!

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Mind you, she is married to a man who wants to come back as a virus and wipe out most of the population.

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To anonymous, thanks, please keep sending me the links, even if I can't publish some of them.

I can't publish that link, because I am not going to fall into the libel trap, I have already endured 7 years of the secret family illegal courts.

But I am reading the links and will research them, and that wicked old man is nearing the end of his life, even he can't live for ever, even with all that money. Soon he will have to answer to God for what he has done, they all will.

I have been very naive, I wanted to believe his wife was innocent, and didnt know what was going on. There is no way she could be unaware of what has been going on. She knows about the great children sale, the Pindown child abuse scandal. They all know, them, the newspapers, the politicians, the media. They all know, and feign surprise every time a little bit of the horrific scandal leaks out into the open.

They are all crap at acting, ham actors all of them.

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