Alexander Litvinenko inquest
Marina has faced all kinds of challenges. In the early days after the attack, some people were nervous that she had been exposed to the Polonium through contact with her husband and they had unfounded fears that she could somehow transmit it to them. She was guarded by police and recognised on the street. The media interest was understandably intense. She did interviews in her second language of English. All whilst suffering an intense bereavement.
A coroner has written to the government to request a public inquiry in place of an inquest into the death of poisoned spy
The widow of poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko on Friday accused a coroner of abandoning "his search for the truth about
Sensitive evidence alleged to expose poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko's ties to MI6 will be examined in secret, a coroner