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Does the KGB have pederasty kompromat on their own boss Putin?

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January 29, 2015 Anno Domini
Translated from the Russian

Consideration of the court case on the murder of the FSB agent of Russia Alexander Litvinenko, who fled to Great Britain, which is now underway in London, brought an unexpected sensation.

According to the British lawyer Robert Tham, who was working on the investigation, whose testimony was heard in the Royal Court of London on January 27, shortly before his death from polonium poisoning in a local hospital, Litvinenko directly accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of pedophilia, as well as directly ordering his murder. British newspaper The Mirror, reports Censor.NET with reference to .

The British journalists themselves call the confessions of Robert Tam ” shocking accusations .” According to the lawyer, before his death, Alexander Litvinenko told him that in July 2006 he published an article on one of the Chechen websites , where a fugitive FSB agent accused Putin not only of corruption, but also of pedophilia. This is what, according to the late defector, became a “serious irritant” for the Kremlin. According to Litvinenko, he “had no doubt that it was Putin who ordered his assassination.” These words were recorded in the interrogation protocol, drawn up directly at the Royal Hospital in London.

Alexander Litvinenko before his death in a London hospital. © Photo The Mirror

In turn, the court considering the case decided to find out in more detail how the actions of the former Russian spy could have resulted in his death. For this purpose, a special official request was drawn up, and the judges intend to return to the consideration of this fact later.

Recall that Alexander Litvinenko died in November 2006 after taking part in a tea party with two Russians, one of whom was a former FSB officer, at the Grosvenor Square hotel in London. As the examination later found out, radioactive polonium-210 was added to the tea of ​​the deceased.

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The suicide testimony of the late Alexander Litvinenko is unlikely to surprise Russians, already accustomed to the more than strange behavior of their president. Many people remember the case when, right on Red Square in Moscow, Vladimir Putin, despite dozens of television cameras, kissed the 6-year-old boy Nikita on the stomach. Suspiciously affectionate relationships with other people’s children, and exclusively male, arise in the Russian president almost everywhere he is: an acquaintance and lustful smiles are necessarily followed by hugs, and often kisses.

© Video – Ivan Rode

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MOSCOW—Russian President Vladimir Putin hugs a boy as he meets Shaolin Monks in the Kremlin as part of the ‘Year of China in Russia’ in Moscow, 27 March 2007. China and Russia signed four billion dollars’ worth of new trade deals in metals, mining and oil on Tuesday at the culmination of a Moscow visit by Chinese President Hu Jintao, a Russian official said. (MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/AFP via Getty Images)

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KIEV, UKRAINE: Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma (R) and Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin talk with Andrey Sinko, a schoolboy from Kiev during their meeting in Kiev, 27 October 2004. Vladimir Putin is on a three-days official visit to Ukraine. (ALEXEY PANOV/AFP via Getty Images)

At the same time, the eyes and expression on Vladimir Putin’s face looked more than strange when looking at the boys. Even some Russian psychiatrists paid attention to this. In addition, it has recently become known that Vladimir Putin has divorced his lawful wife, Lyudmila. It is not excluded, they believe in London, that the reason for the murder of Alexander Litvinenko was the danger of disclosing information not only and not so much about corruption in the circle of the Russian president.

Litvinenko’s article accusing Putin of pedophilia:

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