Still from a Russian military video shown to the Litvenenko inquiry, which shows an image of Alexander Litvinenko said to have been used as target practice
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Litvinenko inquiry shown Russia military video footage

The son of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has told a public inquiry that he felt "numb" after his father's death.

Anatoly, 20, was appearing alongside his mother Marina, who wept in court as she recalled her husband's final words.

On Tuesday, the inquiry was also shown a Russian military video, where an image of Mr Litvinenko appeared to be used as target practice.

Two Russian agents, suspected of poisoning Mr Litvinenko, deny any involvement, and are still living in Russia.

Gordon Corera reports.

  • 03 Feb 2015
  • From the section UK
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