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I'd suspect same goes for MI5 and their spy found dead stuffed in a duffel bag
"The actions of the British side," Zakharova said, "create a dangerous precedent of using internal legal mechanisms for a politically biased and non-transparent investigation with results determined beforehand, fully replacing by that objective court proceedings and making just an ordered politicized farce out of a normal court process."
originally posted by: Discotech
Yes an inquiry held in Britain, by British higher ups, behind closed doors due to BS about top secret information.
Not going to be a biased inquiry at all now is it ?
originally posted by: paraphi
The British judiciary is independent.
This (investigation) can be seen as the product of the elegant sense of humour of the British, when a public and closed investigation rests on undisclosed information from unnamed intelligence services and the ample use of the words 'possibly' and 'probably'.
originally posted by: Xcalibur254
a reply to: Discotech
I guess it's just a coincidence that Litvinenko was poisoned by polonium and the only country that produces large quantities of polonium is Russia. The only country that stood to gain from Litvinenko's death was Russia.
originally posted by: micpsi
If you want to know who might have ordered the hit, ask Litvinenko's father. Now, I wonder why the BBC and the British news media never interviewed him ......?