you can`t blame Russian gov-nt in this assassination because you have no true evidences
You are right that I have no True Evidence. From what I have read, many seemingly politically motivated murders in Russia will go unsolved.
I merely formulated my opinion that Russia will not apologize to the Polish People for something that happened so many years ago based on the current Russian climate of fear in regards to "freedom of speach" in the media. As a westerner, it appears to me that in some aspects, not much has changed since the communist times in Russia.
It has been insinuated in the western media that the hands of the Russian Government and it's agencies are not clean in the murders people who held views contrary to that of the government.
These opinions have been based on articles like the following:
"Politkovskaya was not, it is true, the first Russian journalist to be murdered in murky circumstances since 2000, when President Vladimir Putin came to power. Among the worst crimes -- all, of course, unsolved -- were the murders of two provincial journalists from the city of Togliatti, probably for investigating local mafia; of Paul Klebnikov , the American editor of Forbes magazine's Russian edition, probably for knowing too much about Russia's oligarchs; and of a Murmansk television reporter who was critical of local politicians."
"Nevertheless, Politkovskaya's murder marks a distinct turning point. There was no attempt to disguise the murder as a theft or an accident: Her assassin not only shot her in broad daylight, but he left her body in the elevator of her apartment building alongside the gun he used to kill her -- standard practice for Moscow's arrogant hit men. Nor can her murder be easily attributed to distant provincial authorities or the criminal mafia: Local businessmen had no motivation to kill her -- but officials of the army, the police and even the Kremlin did. Whereas local thieves might have tried to cover their tracks, Politkovskaya's assassin, like so many Russian assassins, did not seem to fear the law."
to keep silent, otherwise you will show your partiality and lack of information
Perhaps I could learn something through discussion and participation.