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    Britain Says Putin ‘Probably’ Approved Exile’s Assassinationi
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    January 21, 2016 4:43 PM
    British investigators say Russian President Vladimir Putin probably personally approved the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko, a Russian spy-turned-dissident who was exiled in Britain after criticizing Putin and describing him, among other things, as a pedophile. VOA London correspondent Luis Ramirez reports

    Britain Says Putin ‘Probably’ Approved Exile’s Assassination

    Published January 21, 2016

    British investigators say Russian President Vladimir Putin probably personally approved the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko, a Russian spy-turned-dissident who was exiled in Britain after criticizing Putin and describing him, among other things, as a pedophile. VOA London correspondent Luis Ramirez reports


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    by: grassroot from: USA
    January 22, 2016 3:01 PM
    Well then I guess we could look into,, the killings of Micheal Hastings, Andrew Brietbart. These were,,, suspicious for sure.