Dimitry Obretetsky , a 49-year-old Russian businessman, has been identified as the fatal victim of an outrage that occurred on November 25 and in which three cars participated. The death occurred in the vicinity of his mansion of 7 million euros in Surrey , known as the Hamiton Houste , south London.
This is the third oligarch killed in suspicious circumstances in the same and opulent area of the British capital since 2012, when Alexander Perephilichy died while jogging. In 2013 he was found hanged at his home Boris Berezovsky . Earlier, in 2008, the oligarch Badri Partarkatsishvilly , born in Georgia, also died in southern London.
Unlike Berezovsky, Obretetsky had not publicly expressed his criticism of Putin and was visiting Russia with relative assiduity. His former partner Dimitri Tozik, with whom he created the Evraz-Building company in 2008 in his native Volvograd, was however recently jailed after being extradited from Belarus. Obretetsky was also charged on his day of deliberate bankruptcy and charged with the non-payment of 350,000 euros to his workers.
The fatal outrage, in which his dog, Oscar, also died on November 25, but British police had not revealed his identity until his name was disseminated by Russian media. His friend Pavel Borovkov told the Russian magazine Life that the outrage occurred in strange circumstances in the early afternoon: "People tend to be very careful driving in the UK ... I do not rule out being hit expressly."
The Obretetsky mansion is near a property of Roman Abramovich , the president of Chelsea. It is unknown if they were friends, but Obretetsky frequently dropped down the Stamford Bridge stadium with his 22-year-old son Ilya. The Russian businessman was married and has two other smaller daughters.
British police simply reported that "a man died sadly" a collision on Warren Lane, in which three cars were involved. "The dog he was walking with also died on the scene," added the brief police note, which gave no further details about the incident.
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