Russian robber-baron potentially powerless in country he shaped
Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky ? who amassed what some experts believe to be a multi-billion-dollar fortune through murky business dealings and connections to Russian prime ministers and presidents ? is unsure of what the future under Prime Minister Vladimir Putin holds for him, he said yesterday.Putin, who remains largely a mysterious figure in the West, is widely expected to win the upcoming Russian presidential election March 26.Berezovsky, speaking through a translator during an address in Dodds Auditorium, said people have asked him, "Could it not happen that the next day [Putin] will not put you in jail?""I have no guarantee that will not take place," Berezovsky admitted."What I know about [Putin] is positive," Berezovsky said in an interview after the speech.