Skip to comments.Litvinenko waiter recounts polonium poisoning
Posted on 07/15/2007 9:05:34 AM PDT by DancesWithCats
An assassin sprayed a deadly poison into Alexander Litvinenko's tea, the man who served the victim and his killer has revealed.In the first eyewitness account of the moment the former Russian spy was consigned to death, Norberto Andrade describes how, as he tried to serve drinks to Mr Litvinenko and the former KGB agents Andrei Lugovoi and Dmitry Kovtun, he was deliberately distracted in order, he claims, to allow the killer to add radioactive polonium to a pot of green tea.
Mr Andrade, 67, the head barman of the Pine Bar at the Millennium Hotel in London, says investigators later found polonium contamination on a picture above where Mr Litvinenko was sitting, supporting the notion that the poison had been administered by a spray.
Recounting the extraordinary events of November 1 last year, Mr Andrade, who has worked at the hotel for 27 years, told The Sunday Telegraph: "When I was delivering gin and tonic to the table, I was obstructed. I couldn't see what was happening, but it seemed very deliberate to create a distraction. It made it difficult to put the drink down.
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Hmm, every tea pot I’ve seen has a lid on it to keep the water warm. How could spray get into the pot unless someone opened the lid or got close enough to spray directly into the spout?
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of Vladimir Putin and said he saw a good man.
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It takes a minuscule amount of polonium to kill someone. How would it make the tea “gooey?” If the tea was gooey Litvenko would notice. Why would you “spray” something so deadly and risk being poisoned yourself?