Monday, December 15, 2014

Ring of Death Project Moscow

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IT has been described as the 'Ring of Death', a close circle of millionaires at the top of London's rich list, all of whose lives ended in suicide. But questions are now being asked as to whether there is more to the story.  

Boris Berezovsky, linked to the Jewish Russian Mafia, died in mysterious circumstances in the UK in 2013. 

Three members of the so-called ‘Ring of Death’ in tycoon Scot Young’s closest circle were being pursued by the Russian mafia over massive debts after being scammed over a vast retail and property deal, it has been claimed. Mr Young, who plunged to his death from his London penthouse on Monday afternoon, claimed he had lost his entire fortune in Project Moscow, a highly secretive property development scheme that collapsed in 2006.
But a friend has now revealed that some of his closest associates, who died in strikingly similar circumstances, had also ploughed money into the doomed scheme which had left them millions of pounds in debt. He said that Boris Berezovsky coordinated the project, although he insisted the Russian oligarch, who was also found dead after an apparent suicide, had no idea it was a scam Ring of death Scot Young associates pursued by Russian-mafiaMoscow mobs amongst murky millionaires