Aleksandr Litvinenko.





About Calers

Born Belfast 1971. I read history at Edinburgh. I did a Master's at UCL. I have semi-libertarian right wing opinions. I am married with a daughter and a son. I am allergic to cats. I am the falling hope of the not so stern and somewhat bending Tories. I am a legal beagle rather than and eagle. Big up the Commonwealth of Nations.

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  1. Why do the Russian authorities on the soil oneself of some fugitive former intelligence officer is not the highest level? He’s six years as a donkey in England. Well he hobnobed with Berezovsky in London, “emissary of Ichkeria” Zakayev, but that Moscow was neither cold nor hot.
    Is in the Kremlin are so short-sighted that every time eliminate unwanted people on the eve of important foreign visits of the President of Russia? Recall: Anna Politkovskaya was shot dead in front of Putin’s visit to Germany, and there he was already waiting for someone organized protesters with dozens of identical posters “Murderer!”. In late November 2006, Putin went to Helsinki for the EU summit – Russia. And then suddenly bursts into Litvinenko poisoning scandal, which has bluntly accused person of the President of Russia. Is it in the interests of the Kremlin? Of course not.

    • I do not know that the FSB killed him. I think it is probable. You say that these people were killed just before Putin’s foreign visits. That could be part of the alibi. ”I would not order someone to be killed right before a visit to another country.” Moreover, no government can prove for certain that the FSB killed these people. They are not going to ban Putin on suspicion of killing one person. Who else would want to kill Anna Politkovskaya or Aleksandr Litvinenko? It could be enemies of the Russian Government who wanted to do this as a false flag operation to lay the blame at the Kremlin’s door. However, that is unlikely. It is in the interests of the Kremlin that Litvinenko died. They saw him as a traitor. It was a warning to anyone else who thought of defecting. Litvinenko embraced the cause of Chechen independence. There is the pollonium trail that leads to the plane that Luguvoi flew on back to Moscow. However, maybe you will say that evidence is false – manufactured by the British secret service. Would you object if Litvinenko was killed by the FSB? Surely not.

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