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Wednesday, 23 December 2015

A Russian court has set ex-oil investor Mikhail Khodorkovsky on a worldwide needed rundown over the 1990s homicide of a Siberian chairman.

Mr Khodorkovsky has been living estranged abroad in Europe since he was acquitted by President Vladimir Putin in 2013 following 10 years in prison for misrepresentation.

He told the BBC he was considering applying for political haven in Britain as one of a few alternatives.

Russia's once-wealthiest man said the powers had "gone distraught".

Mr Khodorkovsky is blamed for requesting a few of his representatives to slaughter both the chairman and a businessperson, who survived.

Agents assert Vladimir Petukhov, the chairman of Nefteyugansk, was executed on 26 June 1998 for requesting Mr Khodorkovsky's oil firm, Yukos, pay charges that the organization had been staying away from.

Neighborhood agent Yevgeny Rybin was professedly focused on in light of the fact that his exercises "conflicted with Yukos' intrigues", Russia's capable Investigative Committee (SK) said in an announcement (in Russian) as it reported his capture in absentia.

Mr Rybin survived a firearm assault in November 1998 and a second assault on his auto in March 1999, when another man in the vehicle was killed and a few individuals were harmed.


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