British media look to be in no hurry to cover Russian MP Andrey Lugovoy’s British polygraph test, which showed he did not kill former security officer Aleksandr Litvinenko. It is odd that the media stay quiet, journalist Kenneth McTaggart told RT.
The test was conducted by British experts on Wednesday, with the results immediately picked up by Russian media. In the UK, however, the news saw far less enthusiasm – with just a handful of small-scale titles covering it.
British journalist Kenneth McTaggart told RT that he himself interviewed Lugovoy after the test, and submitted it to The Sunday Times. Curiously enough the interview did not make it to the pages of the newspaper, which did not provide a reason for the omission.