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November 24, 2006


This has Putin and the Russian government written all over it.

Only a few grams of polonium-210 are produced each year, worldwide. It seems unlikely that a non-state operator could obtain, safely transport, and use such a rare poison. Sometimes, the isotope can be traced back to its country of origin. I hope the Brits can do that in this case.

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