Is Skripal another Litvinyenko?

  john bunyan 08:46 06 Mar 2018
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  Belatucadrus 09:11 06 Mar 2018

Seems likely.

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I have no idea if it's state sanctioned or not but it seems that the worst penalty the killers face at home is a pat on the back and a hearty "well done".

  Forum Editor 09:20 06 Mar 2018

I think this story writes itself. More will be revealed, once toxicology test results are available.

  morddwyd 09:25 06 Mar 2018

pour encourager les autres

Never forget Putin is an ex senior officer in the KGB and that Russians have long memories.

  john bunyan 12:37 06 Mar 2018

A bit like the recent TV series Mc Mafia

  john bunyan 13:01 06 Mar 2018

Wonder how he was recruited?

a friend’s obituary

  morddwyd 14:14 06 Mar 2018

I note that Boris has no truck with trivia such as evidence - !"When it becomes obvious that the Russian state is involved, HMG will take strong action".

No mention of "if" they are involved.

  Forum Editor 15:39 06 Mar 2018

As far as I'm aware, there is currently no evidence that a crime has been committed, although there are a lot of coincidences. The toxicology tests may provide a lot more information.

  Quickbeam 15:42 06 Mar 2018

Standby for the movie.

  morddwyd 20:11 06 Mar 2018

Surprised no one has suggested a leak from Porton Down, just a couple of miles away!

(My wife used work there)

  john bunyan 20:27 06 Mar 2018

morddwyd

Portion Down is trying to identity substance involved. I remember just avoiding going there in the mid - late 50’s when they were testing all sorts of stuff. Fortunately went to Suez and Cyprus instead.

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