Mikhail Lesin was beaten to death with baseball bat
According to the results of forensic medical examination, the former Minister of Press had his ribs broken.
New details of the death of the Russian media manager Mikhail Lesin became known. According to information of BuzzFeed’s sources, the former Minister of Press was beaten to death with a baseball bat - Lesin had broken ribs. It is said in the conclusion of the forensic scientist, the interlocutor of the media reported.
It is also known that Lesin on the eve of his death intended to meet the staff of the Ministry of Justice of the United States of America and to discuss investigation of activity of Russia Today with them. At that moment the investigation was conducted by the Federal Security Service. Thus, in confirmation of these words, the source provides a fact that the Ministry of Justice of the USA paid accommodation in Dupont hotel to Lesin. In one of this hotel’s rooms, the ex-minister's body was subsequently found.
“No one believes the bureau, that he got drunk, fell and died. Everyone thinks that he was beaten and that Kremlin stands behind it”, one of the interlocutors of the media told.
Besides, according to BuzzFeed, Lesin feared for his life and because of it for some time he was hiding in Switzerland. After that, he had to go to the USA.
To recall, Mikhail Lesin's death was revealed at the beginning of November 2015. Then the information was spread that his death was caused by heart attack. Several months later the police of the USA provided a statement saying that blunt powerful traumas of his head were the cause of Lesin’s death.
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