Monday, July 23, 2007


"I contacted the police a several months ago to make them aware of discussions that took place with Lord Levy during which Lord Levy attempted to entice a donation then loan by way of saying should we do this an honour would be arranged." -

"Polonium signs were found not only in places Lugovoi and Kovtun visited in London, but in different places where the two Russian businessmen had not been... The British version presumes that Polonium -210 was administered to Litvinenko in tea Lugovoi offered to Litvinenko on November 1, but both Lugovoi and Kovtun ordered the same tea for themselves." - Russia views British version of Litvinenko's case as "vulnerable"

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