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Saturday, March 23, 2013

I knew Putin, Billary and Obama were tight

Boris A. Berezovsky, once the richest and most powerful of the so-called oligarchs who dominated post-Soviet Russia, and a close ally of Boris N. Yeltsin who helped install Vladimir V. Putin as president but later exiled himself to London after a bitter falling out with the Kremlin, died Saturday.

Mr. Berezovsky’s death was first reported in a post on Facebook by his son-in-law Egor Schuppe and was confirmed by Alexander Dobrovinsky, a lawyer who had represented him.

Mr. Dobrovinsky wrote in Russian on his Facebook page: “Just got a call from London. Boris Berezovsky has committed suicide. The man was complex. An act of desperation? Impossible to live poor? A series of blows? I am afraid that no one will know the truth.”
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Suicide. Right. You bet. Putin's been taking lessons from our politicians. Or they've been taking lessons from him and his predecessors.

LET IT BE KNOWN I HAVE NEVER HAD A SUICIDAL THOUGHT IN MY LIFE!!!!!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Genrikh Yagoda, Head of the NKVD in 1936 said, "Any fool can commit nurder, but it takes a real professional to commit a suicide.
-Rurik

Skip said...

The only way I'll suicide is by the third or fourth leo through the door.

Robert Fowler said...

Vince Foster.

John Henry said...

Looks like the goy Breitbarted.