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article imageRussia fingers Israeli fugitive in radiation poison probe

By Iamseven     Dec 28, 2006 in World
Moscow says an anti-Kremlin businessman living in Israel could be behind the radiation poisoning of Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko, but the allegation only further complicates a spectacularly bizarre murder case.
Russia has said that an 'anti-Kremlin' businessmen in Israel is probably behind that attack on Litvinenko, however, the fact that Litvinenko was a staunch opponent of the Kremlin lends little to no credibility to Russia.
Russia provided no details, no proof, and no explanation to their 'link' to Leonid Nevzlin. They say he attempted to murder his business partner in 2001 with mercury..and some mercury was found in London so that is 'proof' of his invovmenet.
"We are checking out a version in which those who ordered this crime could be the same people who are now on international arrest warrants..., one of whom is deputy Yukos chairman Leonid Nevzlin," the prosecutor said in a statement.
The charge brings another twist to an already complicated case--although this charge has absolutely no proof, no validity, or anything of the sort--and Russia is sticking by it.
Is it just me, or is it getting harder and harder to believe anything issued by Russia? With them killing off spies, forcing out oil businesses, and other sketchy dealings, it's starting to seem like Russia is becoming the USSR once again.
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