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(NBC News)   "Russian whistleblower dies in UK under strange circumstances." What are you calling strange circumstances? Russian whistleblowers die. It's what they do. Nothing strange about it   ( worldnews.nbcnews.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Russians, Alexander Perepilichny, Russian Mafia, Canary Wharf, Sergei Magnitsky, Business oligarch, Kremlins, criminal procedure  
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2012-11-29 01:22:43 PM  
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2012-11-29 02:10:24 PM  
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ethics-gradient: Oh crap, not again. Russians just don't seem to have any idea how a civilised country does things, I don't know why they don't apply to join Africa as they're sure as hell not going to ever fit in in Europe.
This time however it seems to be organised crime and not a shamelessly blatant murder by the farkwits in the Kremlin like with Litvinienko.

JungleBoogie: To be fair, the KGB is pretty epic at rigging up strange, fatal circumstances.
But shiate at any other way to run the country that doesn't involve murder, intimidation and general ineptitude.

LOL, I know right? It would have been much more civilized to drop a predator missile on him.

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2012-11-29 04:03:04 PM  
1 vote:
"The corpse isn't radioactive... these suits are just what all the cool kids are wearing these days"
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