Saturday, October 16, 2010

Gazprom Official Sergei Klyuka Found Shot in Head

The Russian press agency RIA Novosti (10-17-10) reports that a Gazprom official has been found dead in his car of a gunshot to the head. The facts presented don't make a lot of sense:

A deputy head of the finance department of Russia's energy giant Gazprom was found dead late Saturday in western Moscow, a police source said.
"The body of a top manager was found in his car on a street in western Moscow. According to preliminary investigation, Sergei Klyuka died from a single gunshot wound to the head," the source said.
Investigators believe that Klyuka could have committed suicide because police found the body and a Czech-made CZ-75 automatic pistol in a garage that belonged to the victim.
Klyuka, 36, left home early on Saturday morning to meet a relative at a railway station. He never showed up at the meeting and did not answer phone calls, which prompted his wife to call the police.


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home