15 deaths linked to Russian killers
Russian assassins have been linked to the deaths of 15 men on British soil. The victims include a Scottish tycoon, a member of staff at GCHQ and the ex-husband of TV presenter Trinny Woodall. No arrests have been made over any of the deaths. The family of Dundee-born Scot Young, who plunged from the balcony of his apartment and was impaled on railings in 2014, are convinced he was murdered. Russian defector Alexander Litvinenko became one of the most high-profile victims when he died in London in 2006 after drinking a cup of poisoned tea. The death of Gareth Williams, a GCHQ employee on secondment to MI6, made headlines around the world when he was found dead in 2010. The original claims that 14 people may have been killed in the UK by Kremlin hitmen were made after an investigation last year. Since then there has been a 15th suspicious death.
Scot Young died in 2014