Death of a Dissident

Death Of A Dissident

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Death of a Dissident: The Poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and the Return of the KGB is a book written by Alexander Goldfarb and Marina Litvinenko about the life and death of former FSB officer, and double-agent Alexander Litvinenko, who was poisoned by the radioactive polonium in London in November 2006.

The life of Alexander Litvinenko has been described in the book at the background of power struggle between different political forces in post-Soviet Russia. The book presents various theories of active measures that have been undertaken by Russian state-security services to bring their leaders to power, from an attempted coup allegedly organized by Alexander Korzhakov in 1996 to the election of Vladimir Putin, who became popular as a result of the Second Chechen war. According to the book, Vladimir Putin was appointed the Prime minister of Russia as a result of a secret deal with oligarch Boris Berezovsky, who was described by Paul Klebnikov as the "Godfather of the Kremlin".

According to the book, the FSB received a direct order from Russian President Vladimir Putin to kill Alexander Litvinenko, and it also had a hand in the 1999 apartment bombings, the Moscow theater hostage crisis and the murder of Anna Politkovskaya., by David Nowak, Moscow Times, June 4, 2007


Nicholas Blincoe noted that the book is really a memoir by the former Russian dissident Alex Goldfarb who is an employee of Boris Berezovsky. Blincoe points out the...
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