Thursday, November 30, 2006
Radiation found in 12 locations during investigation in Alexander Litvinenko's death
There is new information in the case of Alexander Litvinenko, Russian spy (and ex-KGB agent) who was assassinated via radiation poisoning (polonium-210) while investigating Anna Politkovskaya's assassination. It seems that there was polonium-210 found in 12 locations, amongst them, two British Airways planes. Putin is denying all involvement, but no one else had as much to gain as he did. All I am waiting for is for Putin or his cronies to blame it on the Zionists. I am sure it will happen sooner or later!