Man Claiming to Have Been Vladimir Putin’s Lover Killed in Zurich

Zurich | Iouri Michaelevitch, a former personal assistant of the Russian President, was found dead last Monday in his Swiss apartment after some of the neighbors complained about the smell emanating from the residence.

According to the city’s police department, many clues collected on the site suggest that he might have been the victim of an elaborate murder plot.

“The police forces have only been able to proceed to preliminary analysis before we spotted a source of radiations on the scene and had to call a decontamination team” explains Sven Munger of the Zurich Police Department.

“We can confirm that the radioactive agent is a very rare Russian product named TCDD Dioxin. The clues we have collected are insufficient to pronounce a definitive conclusion, but the complexity of the of plot we have exposed greatly reduces the number of suspects.”

The victim had attracted a lot of attention from the Russian government and media in 2011 when he had written a book entitled “Я был любовник Путина” (“I was Putin’s Lover“), which was taken off the shelves before the official release, after a presidential decree.

A warrant demanding the arrest of the author was also issued across Russia, leading him to file a demand for political asylum from the Helvetic state.

Many sources also claim that Mr. Michaelevitch had dinner with an attaché of the Russian embassy five days before his body was found, a case strangely similar to that of the former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko in 1999.

5 Comments on "Man Claiming to Have Been Vladimir Putin’s Lover Killed in Zurich"

  1. Yeah and the dish was accused of running away with the spoon! (it was the knife)

  2. Nothing happened to Viktor Yushchenko in 1999. He was poisoned in 2004, though.

  3. pedro barberena | April 4, 2014 at 6:08 pm | Reply

    you shouldn’t “kiss and Tell”….same fate happened to all of Obama’s ex-lovers…and all of Hilarie’s alleged lovers

  4. Mr Fixit BKK | March 30, 2014 at 4:27 am | Reply

    Bet it’s true though …

  5. I’ve long thought Putin was gay, certainly a repressed homosexual. All that posing bare-chested on a large horse, holding a rifle…

    More phallic symbols in one photo than in a Picasso painting!

    This story seems entirely credible to me.

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