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Bellingcat Mar 4
Well, it's the anniversary of the poisoning, or, as some people would see it, the day that several GRU agents completely randomly descended upon the town of Salisbury to admire a famous spire. Here is a refresher on our work regarding this case
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Charles Shoebridge Jan 20
Revealed person who first gave aid is UK’s most senior military nurse, who ‘happened to be in the area’ NB 1. No illness despite no protective equipment 2. Fully nerve agent trained, she seemingly didn’t recognise Skripal symptoms as nerve agent
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Bellingcat Jan 21
Now that EU sanctions against the poisoning suspects are official — let's take a walk down memory lane. This is where we began:
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Mats ☮ Nilsson Oct 6
The US president reportedly disputed UK’s ‘overwhelming evidence’ of Russian involvement in Salisbury attack. Trump appearently capable of critical thinking.
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Charles Shoebridge Jan 20
Replying to @ShoebridgeC
Not only did UK’s most senior military nurse seemingly not recognise symptoms as a nerve agent, but also the doctors who treated them. Civilian witnesses at the scene also reported symptoms more associated with eg BZ or fentanyl than nerve agent
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Mats ☮ Nilsson Sep 8
Door handle or letterbox? I'm confused.
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Deborah Haynes Apr 16
Images supplied by UK government of hospitalised children & dead ducks affected by novichok attack on were used by ’s Gina Haspel to help persuade to overcome skepticism & expel 60 Russian diplomats from US h/t
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Gordon Dimmack Jun 20
They lied about They lied about the They lied about and smeared Then they lied about a used to bomb Then they lied about And now they are lying about Our need to answer for these crimes.
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All Of Us First (ALL Welcome to join us!) Jan 4
Where are the ? Anyone know? 🤔
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Charles Shoebridge Jan 21
Replying to @Tim_Hayward_
According to doctors who treated the , it appears the testing & nerve agent diagnosis wasn’t carried out independently but by Porton Down. The Skripals thankfully survived despite it seems for a considerable time not being treated for nerve agent
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Twiki Oct 8
Anyone who doubts that Twitter is being by bots tweeting endlessly on the subject of nerve agents, and the can see some automated posts I've identified with the hashtag . I found about 20 examples in five minutes. Who is behind this?
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InThisTogether Oct 6
Mr Savage as you claim there is overwhelming evidence that Russia was behind the alleged poisoning of the please could you cite some. Because there is no evidence at all in your article.
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Patrick Henningsen Jan 9
Top Stories: Now ‘Working for British Security Services’ and more... -
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OffGuardian Jan 19
You wonder if she had any involvement in the Toxic Dagger chemical weapon training exercises going on for three weeks just prior to the incident.
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Enrico Ivanov ☦ Aug 7
According to London Metropolitan Police there are no proofs of 's authorities involvement in the affair. Sanctions have been imposed on what basis for God's sake? Theresa May's "Highly Likely"?
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RT Dec 20
Putin: World's reaction to poisoning & killing very different
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Vera Van Horne Aug 3
Unbelievable! The US Imposes a Second Round of Sanctions on Russia for supposedly using Novichok. What did you do to , assholes?!
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Bella Magnani ⏳ Jan 25
The Nurse’s Tale – “How We Poisoned the
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Defending Democracy Jan 21
EU hits 9 Russians with sanctions over chemical attack. Incl. the 2 GRU officials & Head & Deputy Head of GRU responsible for possession, transport & use of toxic nerve agent in the UK.
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RT Jun 7
The New York Times has corrected a report that officials had shared photos with the depicting children and animals suffering from the so-called nerve agent after an encounter with .
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