Friday, December 08, 2006
New Info on Litvinenko Assassination
Check out this column by Charles Krauthammer. He nails my arguments.

And this post by Ace.

For my money, I'm betting his cigarettes were dosed in the hotel bar. This would explain why bartenders were exposed (bars are notoriously ill-circulated) and drinkers frequently smoke. It also explains why traces of polonium-210 were found in the men's bathroom (you might take your cigarette with you to the loo, but not your drink). It explains how Litvinenko's wife and Scaramella might have been dosed (if Litvinenko was still smoking the same pack when he met him in the sushi bar or saw his wife later in the day). It further explains how traces could be found in other locations visited by Litvinenko (when he smoked another ciggy).

It is not looking good for Lugovoy, however.
Traces of polonium-210 has been found at Parkes Hotel, Mayfair, it was confirmed last night. It means that radiation has been found at all three hotels where Mr Lugovoy had stayed since flying to London on October 16. The Parkes was the first he stayed at.

The radioactive isotope has also been found at Risc Management, a security firm in Cavendish Place, visited by Litvinenko with Mr Lugovoy and Mr Kovtun on October 17.

Curiouser and Curiouser.

That is pretty damning, that.


posted by Phoenix | 12:21 PM


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