Alexander Perepilichnyy sent back prawns at Paris restaurant before vomiting at hotel in 2012, court hears

The number-one suspect in the death of a wealthy Russian whistleblower is seafood he ate during a meal with his girlfriend in Paris, an inquest heard.

But a “malignant” poisoner at the upmarket Japanese restaurant could also be to blame, it was claimed.

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