Sheraton Park Lane Hotel becomes part of Scotland Yard investigations

Investigations into the murder of the Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko have this evening  led Scotland Yard to  London’s Sheraton Park Lane Hotel. Traces of radioactive polonium 210 – the substance thought to have killed Mr. Litvenko – have been found at a number of addresses in London, and the Sheraton Park Lane has been the latest place apparently warranting further examination. The plot thickens…

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  1. […] Last week I reported that the Sheraton Park Hotel in London had formed part of Scotland Yard’s investigations into the death of the former Russian spy, Alexander Litvinenko. As more and more details unfold, it appears other luxury hotels are being drawn into the investigations. The Ashdown Park Hotel near Forest Row, East Sussex, was closed down after a professor who met with Litvinenko tested positive. Furthermore, seven bar staff at the Millenium Hotel in London’s Grosvenor Square have tested positive for low levels of radioactive polonium-210.  The murder enquiry continues. Possibly related posts: […]

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