Police closed the case of Khrushchev’s son’s death in the U.S.

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Law enforcement agencies of the American city of Cranston have completed an investigation into the circumstances of Sergei Khrushchev’s death.

“We have conducted a thorough investigation. At the moment there are no plans to charge anyone with committing crimes. The case is closed,” said the agency interlocutor.

However, he did not specify whether it was a suicide or an accident, “solely out of respect for the family.

Information about the death of the son of former First Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee, Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, appeared on June 18. The media wrote that his death was caused by a gunshot wound to the head. Later, Khrushchev’s widow Valentin Golenko denied these reports, calling the journalists’ publications insinuations.

Sergei Khrushchev is a doctor of technical sciences, professor, Hero of Socialist Labor. In 1991, he was invited to Brown University (USA) to give lectures on the history of the Cold War, where he stayed for permanent residence. He had Russian and American (since 1999) citizenship.