CEO of Total SA Killed in Plane Accident

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  1. MX

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    Executive plane collided with a snowplow in Moscow, killing all on board.
     
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    Putin is at it again... :rolleyes:

    When are the governments going to be outraged about assassinations of their own citizens?
     
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    when are people going to learn Russia is a dangerous place to do business :eek:
     
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    De Margerie is reported to be an ally of Putin in the French establishment.
     
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    I thought Putin and Ally is an oxymoron!
     
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    **** latest update

    Driver of snowplow that collided with Total CEO's jet reportedly drunk

    no way :eek:
     
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    This reeks of a poorly orchestrated attempt to cover up.
     
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    Good point. Since Putin seems to have gained from the sanctions, then in a twisted way he might benefit from the death of the sanctions opponent.
     

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