Public Enquiry Into Death Of Litvinenko Hear’s He Thought Vladimir Putin Was Not “Up To The Job”

Posted on February 3, 2015

His withering assessment of the future Russian President came after he had met Mr Putin – then the newly appointed head of the country’s secret service – to report to him that a cabal within the service was engaged in a campaign of assassinations and extortion. But Mr Litvinenko, who died of polonium poisoning after fleeing to London, had little confidence that anything would be done, his widow, Marina, told a public inquiry into her husband’s death yesterday.

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