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To: NonValueAdded

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"In an odd twist, another person who appeared on the "Dateline" broadcast died of a heart attack last month. Reporter Daniel McGrory of the Times of London, who has written about the Litvinenko case, died Feb. 20, before the "Dateline" segment was broadcast. He was 54.

His family said he "died suddenly at home." He was a veteran British foreign correspondent who had reported from several war zones."


15 posted on 03/02/2007 5:39:10 PM PST by jmc1969
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To: jmc1969
Yeah, but that was a reporter. Poisoning the poison expert has panache, shows a certain degree of difficulty, sure to get a high score from the judges.
19 posted on 03/02/2007 5:43:51 PM PST by NonValueAdded (Prevent Glo-Ball Warming ... turn out the sun when not in use)
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To: jmc1969
"In an odd twist, another person who appeared on the "Dateline" broadcast died of a heart attack last month. Reporter Daniel McGrory of the Times of London, who has written about the Litvinenko case, died Feb. 20, before the "Dateline" segment was broadcast. He was 54.

His family said he "died suddenly at home." He was a veteran British foreign correspondent who had reported from several war zones."

Speaking any ill of the Putin regime publicly seems to have gotten to be hazardous to ones personal health. So in the interest of healthy living, let me just state for the record right here (in case the KGB is monitoring FR), I think Puty-put is a really really kewl dude!

51 posted on 03/03/2007 6:38:30 PM PST by Babu
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