Marina Litvinenko, the widow of the former K.G.B. agent who died of radiation poisoning in London, said Friday that he began to worry about the safety of Russian exiles like himself in July, when the Parliament in Moscow, with little overseas fanfare, approved a law legalizing strikes beyond Russia’s borders against those the Kremlin considered to be extremists or terrorists.
Sunday, December 17, 2006
He never had a chance
Today's NYTimes has an interview with Marina Litvinenko, the widow of Alexander Litvinenko.