May 22, 2007 · Russia Intelligence

Quoted on the Alexander Litvinenko Case

Slate included some of my comments on the case in one of their daily roundups:

“The radioactive isotope used in the assassination makes a strong  case for government involvement, as it would take high-level access to  get enough together for the massive dose given Litvinenko.” And John  Little at Blogs of War asks “I wonder how long Andrei Lugovoy will be with us now. I expect Pravda to report any day now that he’s been buried in an avalanche, eaten by bears, or killed in a tragic skateboarding accident. I’ll be shocked if he makes this trial.”

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