Monday, March 5

Russian Spy Murder Comes To America

A man who said that Moscow was behind the murder of former Russian agent Alexander Litvinenko, was shot several times outside his DC home. The man shot, Paul Joyal, said 4 days before he was shot

(BBC) Four days before he was shot, Mr Joyal told NBC's Dateline television programme that he had struck up a friendship with the former agent during trips to London.

In his interview, Mr Joyal said: "A message has been communicated to anyone who wants to speak out against the Kremlin - 'if you do, no matter who you are, where you are, we will find you and we will silence you - in the most horrible way possible'."
Somewhat prophetic, huh?