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Ex-KGB Spy’s Widow Says He Doubted Putin’s Ability

Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian agent killed with polonium in London, believed that Vladimir Putin lacked the mettle to stamp out corruption inside Russia's security agency and that he had links to organized crime, his widow said Monday. Giving evidence to a public inquiry at London's High Court into the former spy's death, Marina Litvinenko said her husband had taken his concerns in 1998 to Putin, who then headed the Federal Security Service (FSB), the main successor...

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