Yes, it very well could be just a heart attack and he died of natural causes.
But, this is Russia, and given that the Kremlin has supposedly offed other people in the past, it makes me instantly suspicious. Also, given that one of Kim Jong Un's relatives recently died suddenly, as well, the timing is curious, even though it might be totally coincidental.
Last Edit: Feb 20, 2017 18:15:45 GMT -5 by Optimus
See?! I told ya this whole thing is fishy! Why is his COD a state secret?
The State Department ordered the New York Medical Examiner’s office not to reveal Russian diplomat Vitaly Churkin’s cause of death after the official abruptly died a day shy of his 65th birthday last month.
TheHill.com said Friday that Office of Chief Medical Examiner spokeswoman Julie Bolcer told the New York Times, “In order to comply with international law and protocol, the New York City Law Department has instructed the Office of Chief Medical Examiner to not publicly disclose the cause and manner of death of Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations.”
She went on, “As outlined in formal requests from the United States Department of State, Ambassador Churkin’s diplomatic immunity survives his death. Further questions concerning this matter should be directed to the United States Department of State.”