Tuesday, January 18, 2005

And Further Related Intrigue

From A Step at A Time via Publius Pundit, a translation of an interview from a chemist who once worked at a Soviet chemical warfare research center, with this conclusion:

Can we conclude that the poisoning of Viktor Yushchenko was the work of the heirs of the KGB?

Why the heirs? It's the KGB. I am convinced that the special services of Ukraine or Russia were involved in the poisoning. Kiev also had an Institute of Toxicology and Occupational Pathology. But as far as I know they never had anything to do with dioxins. So draw your own conclusions.

Coupled with the previous post, it looks to me like a case of real life imitates MAD magazine:


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