Russia was blamed for not deporting Edward Snowden in his native country; how about the other ex-KGB agents then? When dealing with political issues, this should be vis-versa or in equal manner.
We all came to know that Alexander Litvinenko, an ex-KBG right hand, was spying on his own government and Mafia when he was killed by his colleague on British soil. Who hired him to work as an agent against his own government?
The UK did. Litvinenko was working for MI6 and this was after being granted political asylum. Whatever Snowden will do, no one should question or raise his head to the Russians. They never did the same to the UK Government.
Anthonio, United Kingdom
Reaction to Ingina y’Igihanga’s commentary, “Beware, thought police is watching us!”, (Sunday Times, July 14)
Russia has its hands clean in Edward Snowden’s issue