Russian exiles contacted by police over safety after spy murder
Saturday, 17 March 2018 Police on Friday opened a murder investigation after former Aeroflot deputy director Nikolai Glushkov (pictured) was found hanged in his flat, sparking fears among Russian defectors living in Britain.
The 68-year-old Nikolai Glushkov was found dead in his home in New Malden on March 12, of unexplained causes, and the police pathologist has just concluded that his previously unexplained death was due to "compression of the neck". The pathologist's conclusion means a murder inquiry has been...
In a letter to the St. Louis police chief and the city`s public safety director, the St. Louis Circuit Attorney claims investigators had a "pre-disposed conclusion" in the fatal shooting of an officer..