Blair and Berezovsky (mosnews.com/2006/03/22/zhirinblair.l). Reportedly, Sergey Serykh knew who killed Alexander Litvinenko, whose name has been linked to the Russian-Israeli mafia.
The dead Alexander Litvinenko has been linked to the dead Sergey Serykh, whose body was found at the foot of a tower block in Glasgow, on 7 March 2010.
Ex-Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko may have had links to the Russian-Israeli Mafia and to the smuggling of radioactive materials. (New wrinkle in Litvinenko's death )
Litvinenko and exiled Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky may have been working for the British security services. (Litvinenko suspect: MI5 'tried to recruit me')
"The role of Boris Berezovsky in the Beslan massacre has never been made clear - but there is a growing belief that Litvinenko's silence was sought by people other than Putin..." (Matrioshka - The Russian enigma._)
Berezovsky reportedly poured millions into the Orange Revolution in the Ukraine. (scotsman.2374152005)
Russian politician Mr Zhirinovsky has said "he was convinced that Blair was personally interested in keeping Berezovsky on British soil, claiming that the Blairs were receiving financial support from 'criminal elements'.
"Cherie Blair, Zhirinovsky continued, works in a law firm 'which is servicing our Russian thugs, Berezovsky included.' Those are dozens of 'extremists' including Berezovsky and Akhmed Zakayev, as well as 'nearly all of the Yukos top executives', he added." (www.mosnews.com/2006/03/22/l)
Image from Mail on Sunday (Daughter of asylum-seeker.)
Sergey Serykh was found dead at the foot of a tower block in Glasgow.
According to Vitali Alexandrovich, Sergey Serykh's landlord in London, Sergey "said that since he defected from the Ukrainian secret services they were trying to assassinate him.
"He said he knew who had killed Alexander Litvinenko (the Russian dissident poisoned in London in 2006)." (Daughter of asylum-seeker.)
Sergey's step-daughter Karina lives in Moscow.
Asked about Sergey's spy plot claims, she said: 'I don't want to talk about this.
"Some of it is true."
She did not deny any of Sergey's claims. (Daughter of asylum-seeker.)
Sergey had said that Russia's security services would also try to kill him and his family if they returned to his native Ukraine.
The Mail on Sunday (Daughter of asylum-seeker.) has discovered that when Sergey arrived in Britain in 2007 he was well off.
He was born in Zaporozhe in the Ukraine.
Apparently, he was in the Russian army from at least 1994 to 1996.
He and his family moved to Canada in 2000.
They were described as being vegetarian and Hindu. They ran a health business.
In 2005, the family was given 'protected person' status. This means it was believed that, if they returned 'to their country of nationality or former habitual residence they would be subject to the possibility of torture, risk of life, or risk of cruel and unusual treatment or punishment'.
The family was given permanent residency in Canada.
Then suddenly they fled from Canada to contionental Europe and eventually to London and then Glasgow. He claimed he had uncovered a government plot, involving Stephen Harper, to assassinate the Queen.
For 18 months Sergey and family rented a comfortable apartment in Wembley Park in London.
They "never struggled to meet the £1,250 monthly rent."
Vitali Alexandrovich, Serykh's landlord said: "He seemed to have plenty of money...
"He said the Russian secret service were also after him, which is why he had fled to Canada in the first place."
Sergey Serykh claimed that a deal existed between Stephen Harper, the Canadian prime minister, and former Russian president Vladimir Putin that meant he would be killed by Canadian security agents if he returned there.
According to Wayne Madsen ("james bond" plot to down putin behind litvinenko):
"The London offices of ISC Global, now known as RISC Management, were visited in November 2006 by Litvinenko and Russian businessmen Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun and traces of polonium-210 were discovered there.
"According to the Sunday Times of London, Russian police are also investigating whether the poisoning of Litvinenko and the attempted poisoning of Globuvich are connected to the radiation poisoning death two years ago of Roman Tsepov, a former bodyguard of Putin when he was deputy Mayor of St. Petersburg.
"Tsepov was involved in the Russian government's tracking of Yukos assets. Also of interest are connections to the June 2004 assassination of Forbes Russian edition editor-in-chief Paul Klebnikov, a U.S. citizen who wrote a damaging expose of Berezovsky.
"Three Chechen contract killers were charged in Klebnikov's murder. The same Russian-Israeli mob ring is also being looked at in the investigation of the assassination of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya of Novaya Gazeta as a way to embarrass Putin...
"In March 2004, British attorney Stephen Curtis, the chairman of ISC Global, died, along with his pilot, in a helicopter crash near Bournemouth Airport. The two were on their way to Dublin. The Times reported a James Bond-like secret project by ISC Global, jailed Yukos tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky, and Nevzlin to launch an international smear campaign to discredit Putin and other members of the Russian government...
"Britain's government has been co-opted by the Russian-Israeli mobsters, much in the same way that their American colleagues, acting through neo-con proxies, ... captured control of the Bush administration."