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Britain / Poisoned Spy #913139

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 03, 2006
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(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Report introduced.

(London: Amy Kellogg) The latest developments in the investigation into the poisoning of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko†† reviewed; details given on a former KGB agent’s claim that he knows who killed Litvinenko, the investigators’ plans to question potential witnesses in the US and Moscow, and the level of Polonium 210 found in Litvinenko’s Italian friend Mario Scaramella††.

(Studio: Trace Gallagher) A report that Russian President Vladimir Putin†† wanted Britain to silence Litvinenko prior to his death noted. [Senator Joe BIDEN†- says Russia is moving toward an oligarchy.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM†- says Putin is a problem.]

Gallagher, Trace;
Kellogg, Amy

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