Putin Probably Approved Ex Spy Murder
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From the LeftVladimir Putin Probably Approved Killing Of Ex-Agent Alexander Litvinenko, UK Judge Says
President Vladimir Putin probably approved a plan by Russia's FSB security service to kill a former agent-turned-Kremlin critic who died after drinking tea laced with radioactive poison, a British judge said Thursday in a strongly worded report that led Moscow to accuse Britain of souring bilateral relations.
From the LeftUK inquiry says Putin probably approved ex-spy's murder
Russian President Vladimir Putin probably approved the operation by Russian officials to kill former FSB spy Alexander Litvinenko in 2006, a detailed UK inquiry has concluded.
From the RightUK judge says Putin 'probably approved' poisoning of ex-Russian spy
The deadly poisoning of a former Russian spy in London a decade ago was "probably approved" by Vladimir Putin, according to a judicial report released Thursday, a conclusion that confirmed long-held suspicions that the high-profile case bore all the hallmarks of a Kremlin hit.