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The group's chief donor is a charity organisation, "MayDay Rescue", also founded by Le Mesurier in 2013. According to the reports of worldwide media, it is being speculated that Le Mesurier fell from the balcony of his home office. Turkish media reports said he was found with fractures to his head and legs and appeared to have fallen from a balcony.
The Istanbul governor's office said "comprehensive administrative and judicial investigations" had been initiated into Le Mesurier's death.
Le Mesurier founded Mayday Rescue, a nonprofit group that organized and trained the Syrian Civil Defense, a volunteer disaster-response organization that has saved thousands of lives in the aftermath of Russian and Syrian government attacks during the Syrian civil war. He moved to Turkey with his wife around four years ago. They often rush to areas where bombings have occurred and give aid to the injured. They have also helped to document alleged war crimes, including the use of chemical weapons.
But Crawford said Mr Le Mesurier was "revered by many in Syria". "But when it was a choice between fleeing or saving lives, this is what they chose: to stay, and to make a difference".
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"He really deserves our respect", she said.
"The world, and Syria in particular, is poorer for his loss", she said.
A spokesman for the White Helmets confirmed on Monday afternoon the death of James Le Mesurier and said further details were yet to be established.
They were nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2016, and have received funding from Western countries including the United Kingdom and US.
In a briefing Friday, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova insinuated that Le Mesurier had active ties to Britain's foreign intelligence service as well as to terrorist groups. "Given the role of the West in undermining stability in these regions, it is not hard to assume what the British intelligence officer did there", she added.
"The causes of death at the moment are unclear". Mesurier's wife informed the police officials that the couple had taken sleeping pills at about 4 in the morning, after which they went to sleep, as reported by Reuters.