Litvinenko widow wants jury to get police evidence

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by KGB_resident, Mar 25, 2008.

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  1. Yes and very soon

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  2. Yes, but not so soon

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  3. No, British government fears almighty Putin

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  4. No because of secret agreement with the Russians

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  5. No for juridicial reasons

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  6. No because the evidence is weak

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  7. No because the evidence doesn't exist

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  1. http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080325/wl_nm/litvinenko_inquest_dc;_ylt=AnRNtAKv_ZLsadxzrbuhrTZm.3QA

    As mr.Lugovoy is now an MP and there would not be any trial then why not to disclose the evidemce?
     
  2. I think "No" but not for any of the above reasons

    edited to add: it is judicial not juridicial by the way
     
  3. Many thanks Poppy. I see my mistake.

    If No then what would be true reasons from your point of view?