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Russian special forces shot at Litvinenko

This can't be true, what Russian government is saying. That Alexander Litvinenko "meant nothing for them". KGB agent that defected, fleed to London with state's most treasured secrets should and most likely was treated as the number one enemy. Dziennik.pl obtained a video showing Specnaz, Russia's top special foreces, clad men practice shooting Litvinenko's as target.

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Watching it leave's you with a shiver. Especially when the photo seen in the movie is compared to the well known photo of a dying, helpless man lying on a hospital bed. Pollonium poisoned man died, as the world watched in horror. Movie we've shown you is a proof it could be different. People in uniforms of infamous Specnaz going through boot-camp like trail, each put 9 mm bullets through Litvinenko's face, shattering him to pieces.

Our informer from special forces circle discloses, that this very movie was shot during Specnaz training in Vityaz Center, 10 km from Moscow, in near Balasiha (Балашиха). And exactly two days after Dobrovka Theater incident (23rd of October 2002). Vityaz camp was created by vets from Specnaz Alfa team (KGB, now FSB unit) and Vityaz (Ministry of Interior antiterrorist unit). Those men participated in Dobrovka and Bieslan missions.

Feverish response from Russia

When contacted, Vityaz Center dismissed accusations. Yet shortly after the phonecall was made, pictures showing target area and very same pictures we've seen in the movie. Knowing this might happen, we screen-captured them (see pictures disclosed).

Colonel Siergiey Ivanovich, man in charge of Vityaz, laughs when we ask about the target practise. "Nah, You must be mistaken. No one here is target shooting Litvinenko" - our journalist heard. "But there, on your website, all can see that you do shoot at his face..." - we continue. "Who says this man is Litvinenko?" - colonel Ivanovich ask ironically.

A while after the pictures were gone, we phoned him again. "Leave me alone, I told you once that you are seeing things. Good Bye." - line snaps.

Army attache in Russian Embassy in Warsaw, Vladimir Bietechtin, asked for a word of commentary, told dziennik.pl to ask questions in Interior Ministry. Phoned later, he told us that he ... doesn't know who Litvinenko is. He saw nothing unusual in special forces shooting human shaped targets.

He left us with a deeper thought - "Thinking the way you do, will get you nowhere. Behind question, wether soldiers shooting human-like targets learn to shoot a particular person, lies a deeper philosophy."

Litvinenko points at Putin

Video recording dziennik.pl obtained, undermines what Russian officials were saying all along. They all discredited him. "He was nobody" - Siergiei Ivanov, man in charge of Russian Ministry of Defence said few days after Litvinenko's death.

Movie was shot years before Litvinenko's tragic end world witnessed two months ago. In his last words Litvinenko pointed finger at the person responsible for his death, namely Russian president Vladimir Putin.

"You may succeed in silencing me but that silence comes at a price. You have shown yourself to be as barbaric and ruthless as your most hostile critics have claimed (...) the howl of protest from around the world will reverberate, Mr Putin, in your ears for the rest of your life. May God forgive you for what you have done." - Litvinenko wrote.

Enemy number one

Scornful remarks of Russian officials could not hide the obvious pain Litvinenko defection caused them. Alexander Valterovich Litvinenko, was his full name, worked in KGB counterintelligence. Since 1991 he worked in FSB as in rank of lieutenant-colonel. In 1997 he joined one of the FSB’s most secret departments, specialising in the pursuit of criminal organisations, and became its deputy head.

In 1998 he shocked public with news, that he was ordered to organize to assasinate
Boris Berezovsky, financial tycoon and a close associate of Boris Yeltsin. His revelations cost him four months in Moscow's Lefortovo prison. His case was dismissed, but he was charged with several other crimes. Released, he was forbid to leave the country. Yet he managed to escape in late 2000. May 2001 he was granted asylum in Great Britain.

He became Russia's worst enemy when he stared to talk. He gave out identities of few agents and denounced Kremilin's criminal activity.

In his book co-authored by Yuri Felshtinsky, he claimed, FSB was responsible for 1999 Moscow and Volgodonsk bomb attacks that crumbled several apartment buildings. Government was to order those in attempt to put the blame on Chechen rebels and fuel new Chechen war.

New trail emerged recently. In an interview Alexsander Litvinenko recorded six months before his death, he accused Italiam PM Romano Prodi as being on KGB paylist. Interview was shown on British ITV.

In that interview, Litvinenko declared to tesitify before Italian parliamentary commission, probing Russian intelligence activity in Italy.

Six months later Alexander Litvinenko was poisoned with radioactive Polonium-210 isotope. He died in London hospital after three weeks of suffering on 23rd November, 2006.

Few hours before he passed away, he has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of involvement in his death.

Who poisoned Litvinenko?

Within few days, British investigators that recently visted Moscow in pursuit of possible killers, will hand all collected information to prosecutors. Afterwards, they are said to charge ones responsible for poisoning of Russian spy. They ares supposed to be Dmitry Kovtun and Andrei Lugovoy, both businessmen and former security agents.

The detectives met them but they were not allowed to ask them direct questions. None admitted to the crime. What convinced detectives was the traces of Polonium-210 found on both of them.

This, however, means nothing to Moscow. Russians claim, this trail goes nowhere. British prosecutors fear, that even the strongest proof of guilt won't be enough for Moscow to give it's two former agents away.

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