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Books by Alexander Litvinenko
It was very far from the sort of reaction one would expect from someone involved in the murder of his own citizens in order to gain political power. That in itself, of course, proves nothing. It merely relates a feeling experienced at the time. It is, however, typical of some of the "evidence" put forward by the authors to support their claims that the Russian secret services committed the atrocities to place Putin in the presidency.
There are of course questions to be answered, not least of which concerns the killing of Litvinenko and the mysterious deaths of three men peripherally linked to the book's original publication. Conspiracy theories abound and, it should be added, Berezovsky, the London-based billionaire with whom Litvinenko was closely associated, has been considered an arch-conspirator. Yuri Shchekochikhin was deputy editor of Novaya Gazeta and responsible for publication of the extracts in Russia.
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He died, possibly of thallium poisoning, in The authors do not mention that Shchekochikhin's death may have been linked to events unconnected to the book's conspiracy theory. He was, at the time, investigating tax fraud by a company that owned major Russian furniture stores. In the murky world of espionage and shady Russian business, there can be many reasons for bringing a person's life to an end.
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The assassination of former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Sasha Litvinenko in November -- poisoned The assassination of former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Sasha Litvinenko in November -- poisoned by the rare radioactive element polonium -- caused an international sensation. Within a few short weeks, the fit forty-three-year-old lay gaunt, bald, and dying in The Litvinenko File.
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