No no, it was those anti-russian chaps down in Porton Down, which after they piosoned the Skripals in Salisbury only a few Kilometres away fabricated Novichok with samples they've got from the BND. A classic false flag operation and only because Trump wants Nord Stream 2 stopped.Unpossible! There is no one in the UK Government with close enough connections to the Russian mob.
Well, none except the PM and his chief SPAD, anyway.
I suppose they were visiting the twin spires of the Kölner Dom. They are 157m high, dontcha know.No no, it was those anti-russian chaps down in Porton Down, which after they piosoned the Skripals in Salisbury only a few Kilometres away fabricated Novichok with samples they've got from the BND. A classic false flag operation and only because Trump wants Nord Stream 2 stopped.
I have proof, fine specimens of russian fighters for justice and freedom told me so.
Sad outcome of this sorry tale. Hope he is treated well.A police officer who was poisoned in the Salisbury Novichok attack has quit because he "can no longer do the job".
Det Sgt Nick Bailey was contaminated with the nerve agent at the home of Sergei and Yulia Skripal, the targets of the poisoning operation.
After returning to duty last year, he said the aftermath took "so much from me" and "I [have] had to admit defeat".
He worked for the police for 18 years and said he was "so sad" after wanting to be an officer since his teens.
Angus Macpherson, police and crime commissioner for Wiltshire, where Det Sgt Bailey worked, said throughout his career the officer has symbolised "dedication and a sense of public duty".
And in a statement, the force said he represents the "determination that all of us want to see in police officers across the country".
Salisbury Novichok-poisoned officer Nick Bailey quits
Det Sgt Nick Bailey's Twitter post. No doubt the conspiracy loons are hounding him after his statement.
The six were named as military intelligence officers working for the Kremlin's shadowy cyber unit as they were charged in the US over a series of cyber-attacks across the world.www.dailymail.co.uk
What a surprise....