Who killed Litvinenko and why?

Who killed Litvinenko and why?

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Answer 1
March, 2021

Above they wrote "who killed", I will try to briefly answer the question "why".

Litvinenko conducted an investigation in Russia, and then abroad, exposing the organized criminal groups in power. According to him, the current President of Russia V.V. Putin belonged to one of these organized criminal groups. Litvinenko obtained irrefutable evidence of the involvement of the ruling elite of Russia in criminal machinations, even published (if my memory serves me) a book on this topic.

Interestingly, the search for the perpetrators by the British police was carried out easily, because traces of polonium were found in places where the killer, who was in direct contact with the substance, stayed, up to the seat on the London-Moscow flight. In this regard, it was suggested that the case could not have been organized by the FSB, since it was carried out in a rather crude and unprofessional manner.

Answer 2
March, 2021

The Royal Court of London, represented by Sir Robert Owen, named Andrei Lugovoi and Alexander Kovtun as executors of the murder of Vladimir Litvinenko. The operation "may have been approved" by Nikolai Patrushev and Vladimir Putin, according to a report presented at an open trial in the House of Commons.

"I am sure he was deliberately poisoned by third parties," said Sir Owen ... “I am confident that Mr Lugovoy and Mr Kovtun put polonium-210 into a kettle at the Pine Bar in London's Millennium Hotel on November 1, 2006. I am also sure that they did it with the intention of poisoning Mr Litvinenko, "The Telegraph quotes a British judge.

(rbc.ru)

(zona.media)

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