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Russian oil executive who criticized Ukraine invasion dead after reportedly falling out of hospital window

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The chairman of Russian oil large Lukoil, who alongside together with his firm had criticized the Ukraine invasion, reportedly died Thursday after falling from the sixth-floor window of a hospital in Moscow.

Ravil Maganov died in what sources are calling a doable suicide after his physique was discovered on the bottom of Moscow’s elite Central Scientific Hospital, in keeping with Russian information reviews.

A press release from Lukoil mentioned Maganov “handed away after a extreme sickness,” however didn’t give any additional data.

Citing an unnamed legislation enforcement supply, state information company Tass reported that Maganov dedicated suicide after having been admitted to the hospital following a coronary heart assault. Information outlet RBK additionally reported that police had been investigating the chairman’s loss of life as a doable suicide.

When Russia invaded Ukraine, the board of Lukoil was one in all few corporations that urged for a swift finish to the armed battle, calling it a “tragedy” and expressing sympathy for its victims.

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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (L) and Chairman of the Board of Administrators of Oil Firm Lukoil Ravil Maganov (R) pose for a photograph throughout an awarding ceremony on the Kremlin in Moscow on November 21, 2019.
(MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/SPUTNIK/AFP by way of Getty Photographs)

Former Protection Intelligence Company officer Rebekah Koffler, creator of the e-book “Putin’s Playbook,” advised Fox Information Digital that “we’ll by no means know precisely what occurred to Maganov,” however famous that loss of life by defenestration is “customary Russian intelligence playbook” concerning the doctrine of “moist affairs,” the interpretation of a Russian time period referring to operations that spill blood.

“The ‘moist affairs’ are focused assassinations,” Koffler mentioned. “Russia and beforehand the previous Soviet Union are identified for orchestrating mysterious deaths of the Kremlin’s opponents. It’s carried out in varied methods — pictures at the back of the top, poisonings, compelled suicides and different intricate types of violent loss of life. I’ve a complete part in my e-book describing this doctrine and with examples of high-profile circumstances.”

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Explaining that the Russian information businesses are largely managed or a minimum of influenced by the Russian authorities, Koffler famous that Russian media “couldn’t maintain its story straight right now on what occurred to Maganov.”

A view of Central Clinical Hospital where the chairman of Russian energy giant Lukoil, Ravil Maganov, was being treated for an illness and died of his injuries after he fell out of a window of the sixth floor in Moscow, Russia on Sept. 1, 2022.

A view of Central Scientific Hospital the place the chairman of Russian vitality large Lukoil, Ravil Maganov, was being handled for an sickness and died of his accidents after he fell out of a window of the sixth flooring in Moscow, Russia on Sept. 1, 2022.
(Evgenii Bugubaev/Anadolu Company by way of Getty Photographs)

“Interfax mentioned he died, having fallen out of a window and Tass wrote that it was suicide. Yet one more paper speculated that he was attempting to exit of a balcony to get a smoke. The reality is these techniques are designed intentionally to be stealthy, so no investigator may establish foul play. They’re often deemed ‘tragic accidents.’ Additionally a part of the doctrine,” she mentioned.

Maganov’s loss of life follows an analogous mysterious loss of life in August, when Soviet-born businessman and Putin critic Dan Rapoport reportedly jumped to his loss of life from his upscale Washington, D.C., residence. Like Maganov, Rapoport had publicly criticized the Russian invasion of Ukraine. A former high supervisor of Lukoil was discovered useless within the basement of a residence in a Moscow suburb in Might.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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