Reportedly, Boris Berezovsky, and his colleague Alexander Litvinenko, had links to the weapons smuggling Russian-Israeli Mafia.
Russian politician Vladimir "Zhirinovsky said ... he was convinced that Blair was personally interested in keeping Berezovsky on British soil, claiming that the Blairs were receiving financial support from 'criminal elements'.
In its Dec. 30, 1996 issue, Forbes Magazine accused Berezovsky of having numerous mafia connections.
Reportedly, Sergey Serykh knew who killed Alexander Litvinenko.
On 7 March 2010, Sergey Serykh's body was found at the foot of a tower block in Glasgow.
According to Vitali Alexandrovich, Sergey Serykh's landlord in London, Sergey "said that since he defected from the Ukrainian secret services they were trying to assassinate him.
"He said he knew who had killed Alexander Litvinenko (the Russian dissident poisoned in London in 2006)."
Serge Serykh, his wife, and a 20 year-old son, were found dead, at the foot of their Glasgow tower block, on 7 March 2010.
According to their neighbors, there was a raid on their flat by a group of unknown individuals prior to the death.
The neighbors initially assumed that it had been a police raid but the police categorically deny it.
Reportedly, Sergei Serykh had no problems when he lived in Canada from 2000 to 2006.
In 2006 Stephen Joseph Harper became the Prime Minister of Canada.
In 2007, the Serykh family fled to Europe.
Serykh may have believed that Stephen Harper was an agent of a foreign group or power.
In December 2008, Harper was awarded a prestigious Jewish International Leadership Award for his support of "Israel" by the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. (Defected Russian spy and his family in Scotland ...)
According to Rupert Murdoch's Times newspaper (UK), Serykh had appealed for asylum on the grounds that he feared Canadian security agents might kill him after he unveiled a plot between Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
The Times reported that Serykh believed that he had uncovered a plot by the Canadian government to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II.
Sergey's step-daughter Karina lives in Moscow.
Asked about Sergey's spy plot claims, she said: "Some of it is true."
She did not deny any of Sergey's claims.
"The London offices of ISC Global ...were visited in November 2006 by Litvinenko ... and traces of polonium-210 were discovered there.
"According to the Sunday Times of London, Russian police are also investigating whether the poisoning of Litvinenko and the attempted poisoning of Globuvich are connected to the radiation poisoning death two years ago of Roman Tsepov, a former bodyguard of Putin when he was deputy Mayor of St. Petersburg.
"Tsepov was involved in the Russian government's tracking of Yukos assets.
"Three Chechen contract killers were charged in Klebnikov's murder.
"In March 2004, British attorney Stephen Curtis, the chairman of ISC Global, died, along with his pilot, in a helicopter crash near Bournemouth Airport.
"Britain's government has been co-opted by the Russian-Israeli mobsters, much in the same way that their American colleagues, acting through neo-con proxies, ... captured control of the Bush administration."
Boris Berezovsky, a Russian Jew, made his fortune in Russia in the 1990s.
He was able to grab various government businesses when they were privatised.
In 2005, Neil Bush met with Berezovsky in Latvia.
Neil Bush has also been seen in Berezovsky's box at the Emirates Stadium, the home of British football club Arsenal F.C.
John le Carré, who was once a British spy, wrote 'Our Kind of Traitor'. The key character is Dima, who launders money for the Jewish Russian mafia. Dima wants to retire to Britain. He wants Britain's MI6 to arrange asylum in exchange for evidence incriminating his fellow bad guys who occupy top positions in Britain, Europe and America.
Berezovsky gave money to a company run by Prince Michael of Kent's private secretary between 2002 and 2008, amounting to £320,000. The prince's spokesman said the money funded 'cultural and charitable activities'.
Under Yeltsin, he was deputy secretary of Russia's security council.
Berezovsky helped both Yeltsin and Vladimir Putin to come to power.
The article linked Berezovsky to corruption in the car industry, to the Chechen mafia, and to the murder of TV journalist Vladislav Listyev.
After moving to the UK, Berezovsky, and associates such Alexander Litvinenko, campaigned against Putin.
Berezovsky stated that he was on a mission to bring down Putin "by force" or by bloodless revolution.
In 2011-12, in a UK court, Berezovsky fought Roman Abramovich over the ownership of a company called Sibneft.
Berezovsky accused Abramovich of blackmail, breach of trust and breach of contract, and sought over £3 billion in damages.
The court sided with Abramovich.
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