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From the very moment they heard about his horrific death in Ukraine, Barry Pring’s family suspected foul play.

The 47-year-old British businessman, who had flown to Kiev to celebrate his first anniversary with his Ukrainian bride, was killed instantly when he was hit by a fast-travelling car with no headlights while waiting for a cab on a remote stretch of motorway outside the capital in February 2008.

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This week, six years after a Daily Mail investigation first highlighted serious concerns about what happened that night, a coroner ruled not only that Barry was, indeed, killed unlawfully, but that he was ‘tricked’ into waiting by the roadside.

Dr Elizabeth Earland’s extraordinary verdict at an inquest in Exeter this week is the closest the Pring family has come to official backing for their claim that Barry was murdered for his fortune by his ruthless young wife.

It was while she was battling for a share of Barry’s estate that Ziuzina met her latest partner, wealthy property developer and then father of two Ivan Lister, who told the Mail in 2013: ‘I’m supporting her through whatever happens.

It’s fine.’Home now for Ziuzina is a long way from her poverty-stricken childhood in Kiev.