title: 'Litvinenko inquest resumes coroner calls again for public inquiry' published: true publish_date: '31-08-2016 14:56' taxonomy: category:

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    The inquest into Alexander Litvinenko's 2006 death resumed in London on Tuesday. Lawyers for his widow Marina said she is losing faith in the proceedings, and the coroner called again for a public inquiry. VoR’s Hywel Davies reports. Sir Robert Owen, the coroner overseeing the proceedings, repeated his call for a public inquiryinto Mr. Litvinenko’s poisoning in 2006, saying he fears the inquest may not be “full, fair and fearless” due to government restrictions.. Marina Litvinenko said outside the courtroom on Tuesday she was sure "only a public inquiry will help me get justice". Litvinenko widow calls for public inquiry British justice system under scrutiny The Litvinenko inquest, "beyond farce" - William Dunkerley Litvinenko: is it possible he was a perpetrator not a victim?

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