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Dead Russian Spy: Israeli Double Agent??

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posted on Nov, 26 2006 @ 10:47 PM
Murdered Russian ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko passed documents to former Yukos CEO in Israel months before his death . . .

November 25, 2006, 9:10 AM (GMT+02:00)

Leonid Nevzlin, former CEO of the oil giant and current chairman of the Diaspora Museum in Tel Aviv, says the former Russian spy came to Israel with classified documents on Yukos which may be damaging to Russian leaders. Nevzliln estimates that Litvinenko’s death was connected with this information, which he has handed to London police investigators of the murder.

DEBKAfile’s intelligence sources add that the Russian ex-spy is believed to have been a double agent, who sold trade secrets to different parties in and outside Russia, among them some of the Russian oligarchs living in exile in the West. Livinenko served as a colonel in a Russian Federal Security Services unit which investigated and carried out special operations against businessmen.

British police found traces of the radioactive Polonium 210 in Litvinenko’s urine.

The London media accuse Vladimir Putin of being behind the murder which they claim was politically-motivated.

Sure as heck puts israeli relations with Russia in a whole new different light. Dead Russian Spy was israeli Double AgentText

Double Spy!

Annother white flag op? The Russians seriously denounced the accusations that they killed this guy. Maybe they were telling the truth after all. I'm waiting for Israel to make a comment on this story if they will at all.

[edit on 26-11-2006 by denythestatusquo]

posted on Nov, 26 2006 @ 11:20 PM
So you are saying that the yehudis killed this guy, who was working for them, in order to make the russians look bad. Seems like a waste of a spy no? And they also convinced him that it was the russians that killed him?

Wouldn't it have been worse for this guy to have continued his research on the assasination of that reporter, and to reveal it to the public? Wouldn't demonstrating that the russians killed her make the russians look a heckuva lot worse?

posted on Jul, 25 2007 @ 10:23 PM
It makes sense until you realize that information is what the whole spy game is about. Good spy work is not about getting notice at all but about gaining advantage that helps you to win.

What is interesting is the direct link to Putin himself which is a bit unusual.

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