Poisoned, Indeed

Former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, who died yesterday, alleged that he had been poinsoned by Vladimir Putin’s Russian government. He had been investigating the murder of Putin critic Anna Politkovskaya when he became ill.
Today, British authorities revealed that the radioactive element polonium-210 had been found in Litvinenko’s urine. The quantity so discovered was consistent with a “major dose.”
QED. Litvinenko was poisoned, and obviously not by amateurs. When we’re done worrying about Iran, we’d better start worrying about Russia. Or maybe we should worry about both together: Russia has just shipped 29 Tor-M1 air defense missile systems to Iran.
Via Power Line News.

Responses

Books to read from Power Line