New Britain, CT, December 20, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Those opposed to Russian president Vladimir Putin chalked up a big victory at a critical London hearing on December 13, according to William Dunkerley. He is the author of The Phony Litvinenko Murder published by Omnicom Press. The London hearing dealt with the mysterious 2006 death of reputed spy Alexander Litvinenko. Putin's opponents have consistently implicated him according to Dunkerley.
Now the American University in Moscow has published Dunkerley's analysis of the London hearing. Titled "Putin's Opposition Scores Big at Critical London Hearing," it compares the media coverage of the hearing with what actually transpired. Dunkerley concludes that the news reports present a misleading picture.
He says specious media reports are not new in the Litvinenko case. His book gives a detailed account of how the mainstream media stories about Litvinenko were based on malicious fabrications, according to the book's publisher.
Dunkerley says his analysis of the hearing's coverage shows exactly what the media distorted, and reveals five "juicy tidbits" in the proceedings that the media failed to dig into. His complete report can be seen at: