Exiled and living in London, former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko becomes Putin's most ebullient and needling critic. He learns that his former colleagues are using his face for target practice; a law is passed that allows Russian traitors to be killed anywhere in the world. Just a few months later, in November 2006, Litvinenko is poisoned with radioactive Polonium-210. Alexander Litvinenko was a man who solved his own murder. As he lay dying, he worked with Scotland Yard detectives, and tracked the lethal dose to his former colleague, and football fan, Andrei Lugovoy.