The report also has information about the training the FBI to launch an investigation in early 2016 his death.
The former adviser to Russian President Vladimir Putin and the founder of the Kremlin TV propaganda mouthpiece Russia Today, Mikhail Lesin, who was found dead on 5 November 2015 in Washington, could get a broken neck “at the time of death or shortly before it.”
This is stated in the report of the Office of the chief court physician, written on 149 pages, which was granted by the court, Radio Liberty, writes the Ukrainian service of the magazine.
“The report says that the hyoid bone of Lesina (bone, has the shape of a horseshoe and under the muscle of the tongue) was broken. Also had a broken neck below the jaw, this injury could be obtained at the time of death or before it. While elsewhere the document says that the neck could be broken during post-mortem examination”, – stated in the message.
It is noted that in the report there is also information about the training the FBI to launch an investigation in early 2016 his death. Agents of the Federal Bureau then questioned witnesses and recordings from CCTV cameras of the hotel.
November 5, 2015, in Washington, in a hotel room Dupont Circle, was found dead of a Russian media Mogul and Advisor to the head of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin Mikhail Lesin. In Russia claimed that Lesin had died of a heart attack. In October 2016, the Prosecutor’s office of Washington said the cause of death was an accident, and acute alcohol poisoning. In July 2017, the us media suggested that Lesin had actually been killed.
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