Alexander Subbotin (43), a billionaire and former executive at Lukoil, the Kremlin-friendly energy company, is the latest of a series of high-profile deaths that have occurred since the outbreak of war in Ukraine.
Unusual circumstances led to the death of a Russian tycoon.
Alexander Subbotin (43), a billionaire and former executive at Lukoil, the Kremlin friendly energy giant, is the latest of a series of high-profile deaths that have occurred since the outbreak of war in Ukraine.
According to the official version, the mogul had sought advice from shamans to treat a hangover. However, his death is coming as other notable fatalities are in the spotlight, with Putin’s critics claiming they could be murders.
After an incision was made on his skin, the oligarch, who was the owner of a profitable shipping company, was treated with toad poison.
Subbotin had a cardiac arrest shortly afterwards and was treated with tranquillisers made from herb valerian.
According to Russian law enforcement, he was found dead the next morning by both male and female shamans Magua Flowers (real name Alexey Pidyurin), and Tina Cordoba.
According to reports, the pair would summon the spirits and sacrifice animals for clients, as well as bathe them in cockerel blood.
Separately, two controversial shamans (traditional healers and diviners spirits) are being accused of molesting a blogger and makeup artist during a Mexico trip last year.
State investigators were told Subbotin was a friend. They also denied that they paid Subbotin for shamanic rituals.
REN TV reports that Subbotin was a billionaire. Subbotin was a board member of Lukoil Trading House LLC and later became the owner of New Transport Company, (NTK), located on the Gulf of Finland.
Valery, his older brother, was NTK’s head in 2020. He also holds a top position at Lukoil.
A law enforcement source told KP news outlet: “The deceased is Alexander Subbotin….
“The man was very wealthy. He was 43.
“The preliminary cause of death is cardiac arrest.”
In other cases, wealthy Vladislav Avayev, 51, a former Kremlin official, appeared to have taken his own life after killing his wife and daughter, 13.
He had high level links to leading Russian financial institution Gazprombank.
Several days later multimillionaire Sergey Protosenya, 55, was found hanged in Spain, after evidently killing with an axe his wife Natalia, 53, and their teenage daughter, Maria.
He was a former deputy chairman of Novatek, a company also closely linked to the Kremlin.
But there are claims that the two cases are assassinations made to appear murder-and-suicides.
Two other “suicides”Questions were deemed suspicious.
Alexander Tyulakov (61), a Gazprom senior financial and security officer at the deputy general director level was discovered by his lover.
His neck was in a noose in his £500,000 home .
However, reports claim that he was badly beaten just a few minutes before. “took his own life”It is possible that he was being put under severe pressure.
Three weeks prior, Leonid Shulman (60), head of transport at Gazprom Investment, was found with multiple stab wounds on his bathroom floor in the same Leninsky gated housing community in Leningrad.