The lead pathologist attending Alexander Litvinenko’s postmortem speaks to the public inquiry
Roisin McGuigan |
In November 2006, Russian fugitive Alexander Litvinenko died of polonium-210 (210Po) poisoning in London, UK. Now, the consultant forensic pathologist on the case has spoken to a public inquiry about his postmortem. “It’s been described as one of the most dangerous postmortems ever undertaken in the western world,” Nathanial Cary said to the Litvinenko Enquiry, “and I think that’s probably right.”
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