December 2nd, 2006 | researchmaterial
The wife of dead ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko has tested positive for polonium-210.
British intelligence sources increasingly suspect that the former spy, killed by polonium 210, was the victim of a plot involving “rogue elements” within the Russian state, it was reported today. While ruling out any official involvement by Vladimir Putin’s government, investigators believe only those with access to state nuclear laboratories could have mounted such a sophisticated plot. Officials now go so far as to say that the involvement of individuals within the FSB in the affair is “probable”.
“Misc Radioactive Items”…!
The Wikipedia page on Lazar is a reasonable start.