Donnerstag, 5. April 2007


Boris Beresowski hat einen neuen Weg gefunden, aus dem Tod von Alexander Litwinenko nicht nur politisches Kapital zu schlagen - ein der Anstiftung zum Mord verdächtiger Oligarch, der sich als Wohltäter aufspielt (der aufmerksame Leser wird hier vielleicht auch ein Angebot zur Bestechung finden können):

"Berezovsky Sets Up Fund To Remember Litvinenko


Businessman Boris Berezovsky set up a $ 500,000 foundation in honor of Alexander Litvinenko on Tuesday and called on investigators to do more to find out who killed the former security officer.
Flanked by Litvinenko's widow, Marina, Berezovsky said the foundation would seek compensation for all those contaminated by polonium-210, the radioactive material that killed Litvinenko, as well as campaigning for justice in the case.
"The U.K. government must uncover this crime or risk being seen as incapable of protecting the residents of this country," he said. "We are ready to do all we can to give the British government our helping hand."


Berezovsky said the $ 500,000 he provided to set up the foundation would not itself be used to compensate the victims of polonium contamination but to fund what is expected to be a lengthy battle to win them compensation.


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