TODAY’S show spent a good deal of time on the mysterious death of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko. Keep two things in mind: 1) If the Russian government had wanted Litvinenko to disappear, he wouldnâ€™t have been poisoned with a substance that killed him slowly over a period of three weeks; and 2) Polonium 210 isnâ€™t nearly as hard to come by as the media is reporting. You can buy it tonight and have it in your hands by the middle of the week if you pay extra for express shipping.
We also talked about Pfizer: The company took it in the shorts with the news about its hot new cholesterol drug Torcepatrib, but itâ€™s trying to win PR points with the announcement of a free AIDS drug giveaway in Africa. NOTE: The AIDS drug is experimental and hasnâ€™t been approved for use by the FDA. This smells to us like a test on human guinea pigs, similar to the Nigerian scandal that got Pfizer in trouble back in 1996.
- FSB tells Russians that CIA killed Litvinenko
- Radiation in Boris Berezovsky’s building
- Berezovsky, Neil Bush, Sun Myung Moon, and Dubai
- UFO crashes in Siberia
- Pfizer to give away AIDS drug in needy countries
- FBI taps cell phone mic as eavesdropping device
- Cheney pushed for more presidential power in 1987
- Kissinger to serve as papal advisor
- Watcher Magazine contributor Lt. Col. Daniel Marvin, US Army Special Forces (Ret.)
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