Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Dirty Bomb Cominig To A Town Near You?


Why you might ask is Paul Craig Roberts writing about Polonium-210, radio active teapots, Litvinenko and Vlad the poisoner?

Read on through the bones of the case and check out his hypothesis.

America's next 9/11

The media used the Litvinenko case as sensational propaganda against Russian President Putin and then tossed it aside. For those whose memories of the case have faded, Alexander Litvinenko was a former KGB officer living in England who died in 2006, apparently from the radioactive isotope Polonium-210.

The British government encouraged the tale that Russian President Putin had sent Andrei Lugovoi to poison Litvinenko’s tea at a meeting on November 1, 2006. The story appealed to people brought up on James Bond thrillers, but the story never made any sense. Polonium 2-10 is a rare and tightly controlled substance as likely to contaminate the assassin as the victim. There are far easier and more effective ways of killing someone.more
Afterthought. I read some good while ago about all the bullshit surrounding amateur/homemade dirty bombs.
In a nutshell, not a hope in hell of anybody without all the protective kit, and I'm not talking about a lead suit but the whole nine yards, putting an effective bomb together. Sorry no link.

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