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Yesterday the British news agency Reuters published a hostage video and a statement of Yulia Skripal: [Miss] Skripal was speaking from a secret location in London as she is under the protection of the British state. She was discharged from
While the last act of the Novichok drama, the seasonally appropriate resurrection of the Skripals, proceeds, some additional details of the history of Novichok nerve agents come to light. Details on Novichok nerve agents were published in
There are a few notable developments in the Skripal case about the poisoning of a former British secret agent from Russia and his daughter in Salisbury. (If you are new to the issue please refer to our older pieces listed below. You may wa
@1 Zanon posits a big ol pile of tripe. Zanon: Doubt that, Skripals enemies is in Russia, Putin have earlier stated Skripal was a traitor and should be treated as such. He *was* a traitor, and he *was* treated as such: arrest, trial, conv
Did Sergei Skripal dump the perfume bottle? Michael Antony provides the best explanation for how the Nina Ricci box ended up in the charity box. The Alternative Skripal Narrative - Michael Antony, The Saker Blog, February 17, 2019 Let’s
If the Swiss laboratory got the facts right as presented by Lavrov, many things come out quite naturally, it seems to me. Here is my guess: 1. the Skripals were poisoned with this BZ stuff, not Novichok. Q1: Who did it? 2. Novichok was a
@ CJ13: I need some chemistry help-- Lavrovs statement does not help us (me) see any link between known OPCW statements on Salisbury and this new chemical BZ. From what you and others say, BZ does not seem to correspond in any plausible way
The official statement from the Russian Embassy to the UK: The Russians explicitly state that the Swiss specialists found an “A-234 type” nerve agent in the samples, along with the BZ. The “A-234” is
@ b | Mar 17, 2018 4:55:10 PM | 199 You have completely missed my point, b. Given that there was a poisoning of some sort (and Im not sure there ever was one, myself), but given that there was, it necessarily follows, thus:- This point
somebody@194 - Thats why I said the article was a typical hatchet job. The west/MSM loves to accuse Russia of something it wasnt involved in, then pounce on inconsistencies or incorrect detail as Russian officials awkwardly try to offer ini