Litvinenko widow wants jury to get police evidence

Do you think that the evidence in the Litvinenko case will be disclosed?

  • Yes and very soon

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  • Yes, but not so soon

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  • No, British government fears almighty Putin

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  • No because of secret agreement with the Russians

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  • No for juridicial reasons

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  • No because the evidence is weak

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  • 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

The widow of poisoned Russian emigre Alexander Litvinenko wants an inquest into his death to be held before a jury and examine the evidence gathered by British police, her lawyer said on Tuesday.

Marina Litvinenko filed a formal request last Friday to resume a London inquest that opened after her husband's death in November 2006 but adjourned while police conducted a murder investigation, in a case which badly hurt Anglo-Russian ties.

Given Russia's refusal to extradite Andrei Lugovoy, who British prosecutors suspect of poisoning Litvinenko with radioactive polonium, she believes there will be no trial and wants police to disclose for the first time the evidence uncovered in their investigations
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
Poppy said:
I think "No" but not for any of the above reasons

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

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

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