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Litvinenko’s Father Says British/Soros Asset Killed His Son

March 20, 2018 (EIRNS)—Valter Litvinenko, the father of Alexander Litvinenko, the Russian KGB officer who defected and was poisoned in the U.K. in 2006, went on the leading Russian TV station First Channel this week and embraced Andrey Lugovoy, the person the British accused of poisoning his son, saying he was certain that Lugovoy was not the assassin.

During the primetime program “Pust Govoryat” (“Let People Talk”) on First channel, the major Russian federal television channel, Valter Litvinenko said that he was certain that his son was poisoned by biochemist Alexander Goldfarb, who was part of the inner circle of Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky, also in exile in London at the time (who was also found dead in 2013). As reported in Sputnik, Litvinenko said that his son made his way from Turkey to Great Britain, where he was granted political asylum. Goldfarb then represented his son’s interests during the final weeks of his life, and upon his death, he read out his deathbed letter to the media. Valter Litvinenko said that Chechen separatist leader Akhmed Zakayev, who was in London at that time, called Goldfarb a CIA agent.

Who is Goldfarb? He is a Russian-American biochemist who worked directly with George Soros and oligarch Berezovsky, both British assets and enemies of Putin.

According to Valter Litvinenko, his son had been poisoned several times even while he was in hospital, reports Sputnik. Anyone could enter the hospital, he said, and that at first, his son had been diagnosed with food poisoning, then thallium exposure, and subsequently there emerged reports on the use of polonium 210. Valter Litvinenko also stated that he had been denied access to the files on his son’s death, or to the autopsy report.

The journalist on the interview, Dmitry Borisov, explained:

“It’s now clear why all the documents on the Litvinenko case are highly classified in London for the next 100 years. It was, by the way, carried out by Theresa May [Interior Minister at the time of the classification]. And nobody asked her why on Earth she had to classify something that had been on everyone’s lips,”

the journalist said. He also said that if Valter Litvinenko had confessed what he knew earlier, the attempted murder of Skripal may have been avoided.

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