12 September 2002 MOSCOW, 12 September (Gazeta.Ru)–Russia’s deputy prosecutor general, Vladimir Kolesnikov, has claimed that Boris Berezovsky–once a Kremlin insider but now in self-imposed exile, openly leading a wealthy lifestyle in London–is responsible for the alleged theft of Lada cars by managers of the LogoVAZ company in 1994 and 1995. The cars were then sold […]

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