Вагиф Абилов (object) wrote,
Вагиф Абилов



Dmitri Peskov, the Kremlin spokesman, acknowledged that Litvinenko’s image “was really used for shooting exercise”, but said that the centre had no links to Russian special forces.
[Sergei Lysiuk] said that he did not even know that it was Litvinenko’s image on the firing range, saying that it had been one of several targets he had bought at a sales exhibition four years ago.
The latest twist in the saga emerged as Moscow and London were locked in an increasingly angry feud over the murder inquiry. Sources at Scotland Yard told The Times that they were interested in the pictures and would seek an explanation from Moscow.
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