Litvinenko, Berezovsky and Stephen Curtis (Berliner Zeitung)

Polonium-Spuren bei Beresowski
By Sabine Rennefanz
29 November 2006
Berliner Zeitung

LONDON – Es war ein überraschender Fund. Im Fall des ermordeten russischen Ex-Agenten Alexander Litwinenko hat Scotland Yard jetzt im Büro des Milliardärs Boris Beresowski Spuren der Substanz Polonium 210 gefunden ..

A German newspaper article analysing the death of the former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, including an interview with Adrian Gatton about the poisoning, and how Russia’s rivalries are now played out on the streets of London. The comments draw comparisons with the mysterious death of the Menatep/Yukos lawyer Stephen Curtis in a helicopter crash in Dorset in March 2004, who had allegedly become a police informant and had been receiving death threats shortly before he died.

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