posted on Nov, 24 2006 @ 03:36 AM
Alexander Litvinenko, the Russian ex-spy who said he was the victim of a poisoning, has died in hospital. Scotland Yard are treating it as an
unexplained death and doctors are stll baffled as to what could have been used to poison him
Friend Andrei Nekrasov told the Associated Press agency Mr Litvinenko's wife Marina, father Walter and his 10-year son Anatoli were by his side when
Alex Goldfarb, speaking on behalf of Mr Litvinenko's family outside the hospital, said his death was a "terrible crime".
Russian dissident Oleg Gordievsky, a former KGB colonel and friend of Mr Litvinenko, maintained that the poisoning had been the work of the
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I find this story amazing, it almost seems like something out of a movie. I believe it must have been the russians (former KGB). The fact that
toxicologists cannot pinpoint what was used suggests that someone had access to an advanced lab and a good deal of knowledge to produce the poison.
I also think that the publicity of the whole ordeal was intentional. The russians will continue to deny any involvement and most of the public will
buy it but the people they really wanted to get through to have got the message loud and clear.
see links below on Litvinenko's profile and detailed timeline tracking the chain of events prior to his death
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