Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Supermodel Ruslana Korshunova's suicide conspiracy relation of events

The recent death of supermodel Ruslana Korshunova has created a little of an internet frenzy. With implications leading up to russian giant Gazprom and an alleged cosmpolitan mafia of model deployment for dark interests. We offer here an analysis of what has happened.

New York press announced this past weekend the death of Ruslana, as a possible suicide. As she fell from the ninth-floor of her Water Street building apartment. On Monday New York Post and Reuters confirmed the police version of suicide. Claiming there had been no sign of struggle in her apartment: thus all evidence pointed out that she jumped. Later her blog and facebook entries surfaced providing a supposed suicide motif. At the same time her friends stated that they did not believe that she had died. New York post reported that she had just arrived from a modelling gig in Paris and felt "on top of the world". Later that day, the blog Riveronmirror published a theory of conspiracy related to her death, claiming that a vast mafia network might be behind.

This Tuesday The Telegraph published a story apparently based on riveronmirror´s version.

Theories blaming the Russian mafia for the model's death have swept the web. It has been suggested that the model may have been desperate to get out of the fashion industry but been prevented from doing so by murky underworld bosses who manage the Eastern European models. (link to riveronmirror). Telegraph Uk

And click here for the best crackpot theory so far. Or is it so crackpot? Anyone who saw Viggo Mortensen play a Russian gangster in in "Eastern Promises" might give this theory a second thought.

Tuesday the LA Times blogged this:

One wild theory is that "Ruslana's death might be related to the model wanting out desperately and not being allowed to do so by the Paris-New York-Moscow mafia that controls teenage models. Some reports have linked the economic giant Gazprom with creating a web of model management and discovery with a tightly controlled escort spinoff that sets up supermodels with corporative tycoons. Most of the girls being from Eastern Europe."

Even Geraldo Riviera is getting into the act (surprise), showing footage of the model's body
on a stretcher.

What do you think? Are the police being too quick to call it a suicide? Will anyone bother to dig deeper?

Other media have also given coverage to the story, including Mexico's El Universal which goes as far to say that

On the theory it is implied that Gazprom created a model management website , which under tight control, resulted on the attraction of multimillionaire contracts from high profile companies. Thus if the models relinquished from the agency, it would create enourmous economic loss (To Gazprom). (the translation from spanish may have errors).

On Tuesday evening RiveronMirror published a detailed explanation of the conspiracy theory saying that it will continue to investigate the case.

So who can say what really happened ? There is certainly dark stuff going around.
We can only say that the media has created a dead angel and that we are hearstrucken that we cannot save Ruslana Korshunova, one the most beautiful girls in the world.

Another model's dead that might be linked to the russian's murky underbosses (cnn article).

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