As we reported a while ago, just before he was scheduled to testify in an inquiry in London about the murder of Alexander Litvinenko, Vladimir Bukovsky was charged with possession of child pornography, in what appears to have been a set-up by the FSB. In response he has sued the Crown Prosecution Service for libel (an immensely expensive operation in Britain), and has recently gone on a hunger strike to draw attention to his case and attempt to have his lawsuit heard before the criminal trial against him.
Below is a brief video taken from the interview with Mr. Bukovsky, as provided by The Guardian. In it you’ll hear him say, “I’m doing it for the British public. I don’t want them to have Soviet Union here.”