Friday, 22 January 2016

Alexander Litvinenko

This painting by Dmitry Vrubel and Viktoria Timofeyeva on display in the Marat Guelman gallery, Moscow, in 2007 depicts Alexander Litvinenko on his deathbed in London in 2006, suffering from radiation poisoning by polonium-210. Sir Robert Owen's long-awaited inquiry found that he was poisoned by Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun in the Pine Bar of London's Millennium Hotel. They left a trail of polonium-210 behind them. "His murder was 'probably' approved by President Vladimir Putin" (CLICK).


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