Former KGB agents Last words accuses Putin and says "They got me" 35 replies

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emonkies

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#1 11 years ago

http://www.guardian.co.uk/crime/article/0,,1956338,00.html

A former KGB agent who became a harsh critic of the Kremlin and Putin, also a former Intelligence person, died of radiation poison.

The ex-KGB agent was investigating the assassination of a Russian journalist who was very harsh on Russia's handling of Chechnya.

He also dictated and signed a statement accusing Putin for his death.

The agents last words were supposedly "They got me".

There was a IMHO a similar incident back in the 50's when a KGB defector in London was killed by a umbrella which jabbed a pellet loaded with radioactive material which was lodged in his leg by the umbrella.

Do you think that Putin was responsible?




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#2 11 years ago

Yes. Welcome to Russia. That's how that country works, which is why Putin enjoys high popularity.




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#3 11 years ago

whats KGB, never heard of it before


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#4 11 years ago
Lord_Exar_Kun;3382838whats KGB, never heard of it before

The KGB was the Soviet Union's spy agency, like the CIA.

This story makes you wonder what era we're living in.




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#5 11 years ago

ya i think putin is responsible. russia is in pretty bad shape.




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#6 11 years ago

When I first heard of it I kinda doubt Russia's government/Putin was responsibe. But the more I learn, the more I think they/he are/is responsible. It's not a secret Russia's government is not that honest with things and they might say it's a democracy out there, but the reality is a bit less colorfull.

So at the moment, yes, I think the Russian goverment/Putin is responsible. And if this is indeed the case, what about the future? In my opinion, we (Netherlands/European Union) should not deal with Russia anymore.




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#7 11 years ago

There is more of chance of getting abucted by aliens than accidently ingesting poloium 210 in a lethal ammount. Someone wanted him dead, that that someone had enough power/money to get ahold some rare and powerful radioactive material.

Putin did it. He does not want democracy in Russia.




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#8 11 years ago

Pethegreat;3382965There is more of chance of getting abucted by aliens than accidently ingesting poloium 210 in a lethal ammount. Someone wanted him dead, that that someone had enough power/money to get ahold some rare and powerful radioactive material.

Putin did it. He does not want democracy in Russia.

There are people in Russia who have much more money than Putin will ever see. Without inside knowledge of how thinks work there and who wants to protect what interests it is impossible to say who killed this former spy.




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#9 11 years ago

Hmm, thats an oroginal method of execution, I like it. Russia is still a commie nation (atleast the goverment). Im sure Putin is corrupt enough to do somthing like that.




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#10 11 years ago

I just think that it’s all too coincidental that the man investigating the mysterious execution of an anti-Kremlin journalist, with a Russian army pistol himself dies under mysterious circumstances by a restricted and difficult to obtain chemical element.


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