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23 Feb, 2007 16:37

Key witness in Litvinenko's case doubts fairness of British press

Key witness in Litvinenko's case doubts fairness of British press

Andrey Lugovoy, a key witness in Aleksandr Litvinenko's murder case, has met with journalists. He said that the speculation in the British media may affect his chances of a fair trail.

Andrey Lugovoy claimed that he was going to turn to the British legal system for a fair trial.

Aleksandr Litvinenko, a former Russian Security Service officer, died in a London hospital in November last year.

He was poisoned by the rare radioactive element polonium 210.