Thursday, July 12, 2007

Litvinenko Likely Poisoned on Kremlin Order

The eight-page document contained damaging personal details on the high-ranking official. Reportedly, it cost him several million dollars, as the British company canceled the deal. It is now suspected that as soon as he got hold of the dossier, Lugovoy tipped off the Kremlin about it. The dossier not only contains damaging information but it also demonstrates that Litvineko could get access to classified information related to events that occurred after his departure from the FSB.On Nov. 1, Litvinenko met with Lugovoy and an associate, Dmitry Kovtun, at the Millennium Hotel in London. The evidence strongly suggests that Litvinenko was poisoned during that meeting. Read full story

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