Meadow called Litvinenko case, the British “skeleton out of the closet”

Meadow called Litvinenko case, the British “skeleton out of the closet”

MOSCOW, January 25. Britain held a public inquiry on the causes of death of former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko, in connection with joining of Crimea to Russia and events in Ukraine. This opinion was expressed by the accused in Britain of murdering Litvinenko, the Deputy of the state Duma from LDPR Andrei Lugovoi on the TV channel “Russia 24”.

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“In 2013 the main, as they believed that the case file was sealed, they were removed in a safe Deposit box and a half years the case was closed. And only in 2014, when he aggravated Russian-Western relations, when there was the Crimea, when Ukraine, when, unfortunately, crashed Malaysian Boeing,” then, apparently, the British justice decided such “skeletons in the closet” in favor of his political expediency and to pull out,” said Lugovoi.

On 21 January in London was presented with a report on the results of the public inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko. The lawsuit alleges that Russia was involved in the death of the former FSB officer, and the Russians Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun were named executors of the murder. While the report notes that the court could not confirm the Russian origin of polonium, which, according to British expertise, was poisoned Litvinenko.

After the report, interior Minister Theresa may said that the authorities will freeze the possible account Lugovoi and Kovtun. According to her, the arrest warrant said persons shall remain in force to “the main suspects, Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun could be arrested if you go abroad”.