How come you are still alive? British detectives" chilling question to Russian whistleblower heightens fears that his fellow dissident was…

How come you are still alive British detectives' chilling question to Russian whistleblower heightens fears that his fellow dissident was murdered | UPDATED: 02:06 GMT, 9 December 2012 Claims about the detectives' questioning were made in the blog by dissident Valery Morozov, pictured Police investigating the death of a Russian whistleblower have raised fears over the safety of another Russian who fled to Britain after falling out with President Putin’s government. The body of 44-year-old Alexander Perepilichny was found outside his home in Weybridge, Surrey, last month

Russian supergrass Alexander Perepilichnyy, 44, found dead outside leafy Surrey mansion

Russian supergrass, 44, found dead outside leafy Surrey mansion (and he's the FOURTH person linked to multi-million pound tax fraud to die mysteriously) Alexander Perepilichnyy provided evidence against corrupt tax officials involved in fraudHis evidence showed they had become extremely wealthy shortly after a British investment fund was ripped off in a 144m scam The 44-year-old collapsed in his road, one of the most secure in the UKPolice are treating the death as 'unexplained'He is the fourth person linked to the shadowy 'Klyuev Group' to have died suddenly | UPDATED: 12:04 GMT, 28 November 2012 Murky underworld: Alexander Perepilichnyy, 44, collapsed in his cul-de-sac after helping prosecutors investigate corrupt Russian tax officials A Russian supergrass who was helping prosecutors to uncover a multimillion-pound money laundering scam operated by his fellow countrymen has died at his Surrey estate in mysterious circumstances. Wealthy Alexander Perepilichnyy, who collapsed outside his mansion in a gated Weybridge cul-de-sac, fled to Britain three years ago after falling foul of a powerful crime syndicate.