February 8, 2023

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The former Russian president was found dead and the secret service is investigating

Former wife of Russian President Igor Ismestive, Sentenced to life for organizing the murders, Ukrainian filmmaker Irina Ismesteeva, 52, died on the sofa of her London apartment worth 10 10 million (currently worth about R $ 75 million).

The girl’s friends found her dead last Friday (12). The English capital’s ambulance service confirmed that the Daily Mail went to the tabloid with an ambulance and two doctors, but that “unfortunately one died on the spot”. So far, the possible cause of death of the filmmaker known as Irina Ford has not been revealed.

A mother of two, she emigrated to England in 2007 and soon entered the British high society, having already participated in events with Prince Harry. In the same year that she moved to the English capital, her ex-husband, who had served as a senator in Russia, was arrested by agents of his home country’s security service. He was sentenced to life in prison in 2010.

Igor Ismestev was a senator in Russia from 2001 to 2006, was associated with the oil sector and was sentenced in 2010 to life in prison for murder.

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About four years ago, an activist in Russia apologized to former President Vladimir Putin, who had been directly accused. He would have agreed, but to date he has not kept his promise.

According to the Daily Mail, the scene prompted the British intelligence service, MI5, to investigate Irina’s death. The tabloid recalled other deaths Attacks on Russians in the UK in recent years.

“I hope the UK Special Services will investigate this case systematically and thoroughly and we will probably know what happened one day. […] In recent years, Irina Izmestieva has been actively involved in a property dispute and I have no right to disclose it. In another twist of the controversy, he was found dead, “lamented Evgeny Schwartz, a Russian deportee, in an interview with international media.

According to the Mirror, the untimely death came as a surprise to those who knew Irina, who owned the audiovisual production company in London. There are suspicions that he was unwell a few days before he died, Miranda Mirianishvili, 49, who is acquainted with the filmmaker, wrote on social media: “She had a cough, they said, she took antibiotics. A few days ago she felt better. It was not Govt.” .

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