24 November 2006

It's a dead spy

Dear readers,

As was unfortunately likely, Alexander Livtinenko has died. Medical experts are now questionning if it was thallium at all that killed him. Other experts (but of the intelligence world) are also questionning the involvement of the FSB or any other Kremlin controlled agency. A possibility could be that some agents belonging to the Berezovsky clan, exiled himself from Russia, could have tried to mark points against Poutine. It seems complicated, at best, but very possible. And it is true that Berezovsky was very quick to point fingers at the FSB...

Let's hope Scotland Yard will do its job and find who did what. Though I believe it unlikely.

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