posted on Nov, 24 2006 @ 12:35 AM
To me, this just doesnt sound logical.
Why would you kill someone because they had information.. yet leave them alive for hours on end to talk?
If your tyring to hide the fact you killed someone 'else' why would you kill this man in such unique and rare circumstances? how many people have
such an unknown radioactive drug that cannot be detected by anyone and kills the patient?
If It was indeed the Russian govenrment, why make it so obvious that it was a state funded assination?
Wouldnt you expect him to have an 'accident' in his automobile one night?
Atleast that way, there's plausable 'DOUBTS' as to wether he was knocked off, or the result of an accident.
Being he was poisoned, after recieving sensistive information and died of an UKNOWN factor.. it is to obvious..
I dont think the Russian govenrment would be that careless in assasinating someone who was implicating them for another murder.
getting such a drug into someone is difficult, especially if they are cautious of whats going on around them.
Its not like someone can walk up with a bottle of coke and go
"here drink this, dont mind the odd taste! "
If the russian government could get someone close enough to poison him, surely they could of just done to him what they did the journalist who was
shot in her apartment complex, least that way he isnt talking.
Im not saying the Ruskies DIDNt do it..
but nothing is making sense.
[edit on 24-11-2006 by Agit8dChop]