Guardian Caught Pushing Falsified Account of Litvinenko Murder Affair

Will audience apathy and disinterest in Russian news let editors get away with it?
NEW BRITAIN, Conn. - Jan. 14, 2016 - PRLog -- Analysis by Omnicom Press author William Dunkerley exposes a recent Guardian newspaper story to be replete with falsehoods. Dunkerley lists 4 claims made by the Guardian that he says defy even simple reason. He debunks the Guardian's myths by reciting the actual facts. "That's not all," says Dunkerley. He warns that "the Guardian article also presents a well-established hoax perpetrated in the case as if it were factual." Dunkerley believes the Guardian story leads readers to a total misunderstanding of the controversial Litvinenko murder mystery. Dunkerley has authored two books on the 2006 Litvinenko mystery. The Phony Litvinenko Murder documents that the mainstream news story about Litvinenko was a malicious fabrication skillfully executed by a fugitive political enemy of Putin. Litvinenko Murder Case Solved exposes the corrupt path Great Britain has taken in its 10 year investigation of this international mystery. A full account of Dunkerley's analysis of the recent Guardian's falsehoods can be seen at:

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