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The strange death of Alexander Perepilichnyy

Lawyers have claimed there are "potential parallels" with the death of Litvinenko

By John Keenan  

Surrey coroner's court in Woking ©Jonathan Brady/PA Archive/Press Association Images

When 24-year-old chef Liam Walsh happened upon a dead body in a quiet street on the exclusive St George’s Hill estate in Weybridge, Surrey, in November 2012, he did what any millennial would do—he took out his mobile phone and made a short video clip.

Later, he told the Reuters news agency: “He wasn’t breathing. We had to…

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