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Litvinenko Associate Disputes Inquiry's Findings


January 25, 2016 "Information Clearing House" - "LBC" -  This former associate of Alexander Litvinenko has a radically different view on the events that led to his death - and it made Ken doubt the account he has believed for the last ten years.


Dr. Julia Svetlichnaya - worked with Alexander Litvinenko in the years leading up to his death and gave evidence at the inquiry.

She refutes its findings that the Russian state 'probably' ordered his killing. He was poisoned with Polonium.

“Putin likes order: Polonium is chaos,” she told LBC’s Ken Livingstone and David Mellor. “Putin does not need to seek extra-judicial methods he uses judicial methods as weapons.”

She alleges Litvinenko may have been in a plot to blackmail wealthy individuals or was handling Polonium for others.

Her arguments raised doubts in Ken’s mind. He was mayor of London when Litvinenko died.

“Until you came into the studio today, for the last ten years, I have always belived what I read in the papers that it was authorised by the Russian president. You’re the first person to bring doubt to my mind,” said Ken.

Listen to the whole gripping interview below.



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