Tuesday, December 05, 2006

British Government Blames Kremlin for Assassination

The British have concluded that the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko last month was carried out by official agents of the domestic Russian intelligence agency known as FSB, the same agency that Litvinenko had once served.

Putin is upset, of course. But the burden of solving this matter lies with him. If he cannot control his own intelligence agencies and the polonium-210 they have at their disposal then he should take control NOW.

On the other hand, if he DOES control the agency with an iron fist (and don't forget that he once headed the Russian intelligence) then he owes the British government a better response than to blame THEM for the problem!

ht:Captain Ed