Berezovsky more useful to the British intelligence services dead than alive

Summary

Berezovsky, a fugitive Russian oligarch, was once an irreconcilable enemy of Putin who rethought a lot of things by the end of his life. Berezovsky lived in the UK but wanted to come home to Russia. His fatal mistake was that he began to talk about this to other people. It is then quite understandable why a dead Berezovsky became more useful to the British intelligence services. Berezovsky knew too much about them. The oligarch was found dead in his home in England. The death of Berezovsky could have been a cover-up by the UK security services.

Disproof

No evidence given. Some investigative journalists have suggested that the death of Berezovsky was ordered by the Kremlin  www.buzzfeed.com/heidiblake/from-russia-with-blood-14-suspected-hits-on-british-soil?utm_term=.iaqp20kkV#.dmx14JRRy,

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 115
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 08/07/2018
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: UK, Russia
  • Keywords: Boris Berezovsky, Intelligence services, MI6
  • Outlet: Vesti nedeli @Rossiya 1 (00:16:00)
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Disproof

This is not the first time that information of this nature appears on the pages of propaganda publications. StopFake previously exposed the myths that " Ukraine will take 20 thousand refugees instead of Germany " and that it will " open refugee camps for Syria ."

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Disproof

The UK Home Secretary has delivered a speech to the House of Commons providing an update on the Amesbury incident. "It is now time that the Russian state comes forward and explains exactly what has gone on so that the most appropriate course of action can be taken. Let me be clear, we do not have a quarrel with the Russian people. Rather, it is the actions of the Russian government that continue to undermine our security and that of the international community". Full statement here.

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The national team of Ukraine in weightlifting can be removed from participation in the Olympic Games – 2020 in Tokyo because of three positive doping tests of representatives of the country.

Disproof

The disinformation comes from Zvezda, the official channel of the Russian Ministry of Defence and a notorious disinformation channel. The article does note that also Russian weightlifters may be suspended. On the website of the International Federation of Weightlifting a list of athletes who were suspended from participation in competitions due to doping was published. It mentions two Ukrainian weightlifters, and it's not about the national team as a whole. www.iwf.net/anti-doping/sanctions/,