Blood In The Suites: The Russian Hotel Wars
When Yevgeny Tsimbalitov failed to emerge from his Moscow apartment building on the morning of Jan. 9, his driver was worried. Entering the lobby, he noticed a trail of blood leading down a basement stairwell. At the bottom lay the bullet-riddled body of Tsimbalitov, 48, director of the Rossiya Hotel overlooking Red Square. Tsimbalitov's death marked the fourth slaying of a Moscow hotel executive--including one American--in less than 18 months. None of the murders has been solved.
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