By Jonas E. Alexis on September 10, 2016
Will the Guardian and Forbes apologize to the Russian people and decent Americans who actually bought the story that Russia was involved in the death of Boris Berezovsky?
“was assassinated by British spies after threatening to expose photographs dubbed ‘royal porn’ allegedly featuring a young Prince Philip. The pictures, said to show the Duke of Edinburgh at Thursday Club parties, were rumoured to have been taken by his photographer friend Baron Nahum in the 1950s.”
The claim came from Russian intelligence expert Gennady Sokolov. Sokolov claimed that Berezovsky was planning to make peace with Russia and to “return to his motherland.” Is that a plausible theory?