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The Case Of Litvinenko, The Trails Of Polonium, And The Islamic Terrorism As a False Flag of The Russian Intelligence - News and Web Review: Chechen Nuclear Bomb Explodes in Renewed Litvinenko Inquest - February 11, 2015 | Exploring Al-Qa’ida’s Russian Connection - The XX Committee - June 10, 2014 | Some Notable Excerpts from Litvinenko Inquiry: "nuclear suitcase bomb"... | Russia Is Sending Jihadis to Join ISIS - The Daily Beast

The Case Of Litvinenko ,  The Trails Of Polonium ,  And The   Islamic Terrorism As a False Flag of The Russian Intelligence Quotes:  "On 1 November 2006, Litvinenko suddenly fell ill and was hospitalised. He died three weeks later, and becoming the first known victim of lethal polonium-210-induced acute radiation syndrome.[1][2] According to his doctors: "Litvinenko's murder represents an ominous landmark: the beginning of an era of nuclear terrorism".[3][4][5] Litvinenko's allegations about the misdeeds of the Federal Security Service of Russia (FSB) and his public deathbed accusations that the Russian government was behind his unusual malady resulted in worldwide media coverage.[6]...  The circumstances surrounding Litvinenko's untimely death led immediately to suspicion that he was killed by a Russian secret service, although there was no hard proof of this and the evidence was only circumstantial." Alexander Litvinenko assassin