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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    An odd tidbit from Meduza. Video interview at link in Russian.
    What a sensational discovery...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    All "highly likely" sorts from government officials as well, must be true. Can't you perceive a common thread here?
    No, recordings off him talking candidly to the two female colleagues that he was a bit obssessed with after they twigged that he was trying to throw them off the scent.

    As far as I know the case is closed except for a few murmurings from the tin foil hat brigade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Your evidence for this is a Russian language video and Russian language report produced by BBC Russia?

    Let's wait for the BBC in London publishing anything in English prior to commenting blind.
    It's obvious to anyone with half a brain cell that she's being getting paid by Putin from the get go to try and debunk the daughters story or try and persuade her to shut up.

    Of course, not to you, you're obsessed with Putin to the point of a gay crush.

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    It seems that two, down and out, fagbutt smoking winoes, can find a bottle of Novichok easily. Whereas 100s of anti-terrorists police couldn't. Amazing.



    LONDON (Reuters) - British counter-terrorism police said on Friday they believed they had found the source of the Novichok nerve agent that killed a woman in southwest England and left her partner critically ill in hospital.

    Dawn Sturgess, 44, died this month, just over a week after she was exposed to Novichok near the city of Salisbury where Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were struck down with the same poison in March.

    Sturgess' partner, 45-year-old Charlie Rowley from Amesbury, a town a few miles from Salisbury, is now recovering in hospital.

    "On Wednesday ... a small bottle was recovered during searches of Charlie Rowley's house in Amesbury," police said in a statement.
    "Scientists have now confirmed to us that the substance contained within the bottle is Novichok."

    More tests were being carried out to try and establish whether it is from the same batch that contaminated the Skripals and inquiries were under way to establish where the bottle came from, the statement added.

    "This is clearly a significant and positive development. However, we cannot guarantee that there isn’t any more of the substance left," said Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, Head of UK Counter Terrorism Policing.

    He declined to give further details on the bottle, but police said inquiries were ongoing to establish where the bottle came from and how it came into Rowley's possession.

    Further tests are also being carried out to see if the Novichok came from the same batch that was applied to the front door of Skripal's house in Salisbury.

    Britain and its allies blamed Russia for the attack in March on the Skripals, prompting the biggest Western expulsion of Russian diplomats since the Cold War. Moscow has rejected the accusations and has hit back by expelling Western diplomats.

    Britain has invited independent technical experts from the international chemical weapons watchdog to travel to the UK early next week to independently confirm the identity of the nerve agent, the British Foreign Office said on Friday.

    An inquest into Sturgess' death is set to open and adjourn in Salisbury on next Thursday.
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    ^ It wouldn't take long in Thailand. Here we have a few "collectors". They walk the highways and byways because everything has value and recycled.



    A wino can smell alcohol ate 2 Km. here's what they found:

    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    So thats 1 less benefit scounging degenerate addict pissing in the bushes and wasting resources in a and e.

    we should be thanking the russians.

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    Makes me wonder how the container found its way into their house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Makes me wonder how the container found its way into their house.
    Probably in the bag they put their stuff in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    Makes me wonder how the container found its way into their house.
    Probably they went through the bins at Porton Down. Just joking. The Russians planted it in the house.

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    The stupid smack addled bint must of thought she'd won the lottery when she found a bottle full of "perfume".

    Lucky she found it and it wasnt left for some inquisitive toddler to pick up.

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    Teakdoor’s Inspector (Tax) Clouseau closes the case.

    Alternatively Charley Rowley is the hitman who attempted to murder Skypal. He forgot to throw away the tools.

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    Something stinks about this story and it ain't the two wino's.

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    I see we have a new headline today from the Daily mail :

    Russian assassin who carried perfume bottle 'was a WOMAN who took key role in six-strong poison hit team'
    But farther down it states ;

    The perfume bottle lead supports the theory that a woman was involved in the initial hit by up to six people against Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury on March 4.

    An intelligence source told the Daily Mirror: 'It makes sense that a female officer may have been part of the team, playing a key role.'
    Thats not quite the same is it.

    So they are still making wild guesses that the 'free media' are headlining as fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birding View Post
    I see we have a new headline today from the Daily mail :



    But farther down it states ;



    Thats not quite the same is it.

    So they are still making wild guesses that the 'free media' are headlining as fact.

    FFS it's the Daily Mail. "Intelligence" is not a word you'd associate with any of their "sources", their "journalists" and definitely not their fucking "readers".


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    FFS it's the Daily Mail. "Intelligence" is not a word you'd associate with any of their "sources", their "journalists" and definitely not their fucking "readers".
    Ad hominem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Ad hominem.
    Tacere

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    Just being reported Russians are behind all the sex grooming gangs in UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chico View Post
    Just being reported Russians are behind all the sex grooming gangs in UK.
    Was that reported in the Daily Mail or Viz? It's important to know the source as this is 'World News' and links are required.

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    ^it appears that ITN have a "scoop".

    Skripal Novichok poisoning suspects ‘identified’


    Police are believed [] to have identified the suspected perpetrators of the Novichok attack on Russian former spy Sergei Skripal.

    Officers think [] several Russians [All sporting large red star lapel badges] were involved in the attempted murder of the former double agent and daughter Yulia in Salisbury and are looking for more than one suspect.

    A source []with knowledge of the investigation told the Press Association: “Investigators believe they have identified the suspected perpetrators of the Novichok attack through CCTV [ ] and have cross-checked this with records of people who entered the country around that time. [ At least they weren't sleepers ]


    They (the investigators) are sure [ ] they (the suspects) are Russian.”

    The news comes [ ] as an inquest is due to open on Thursday for Dawn Sturgess, 44, who died earlier this month, eight days after apparently coming into contact with Novichok from the same batch used [ ] in the attempted murder of the Skripals in March.

    Her partner Charlie Rowley, 45, was left fighting for his life after also being contaminated by the chemical weapon.
    It is understood Ms Sturgess was exposed to at least 10 times the amount of nerve agent the Skripals came into contact with.

    Investigators are working to the theory that the substance was in a discarded perfume bottle found by the couple in a park or somewhere in Salisbury city centre and Ms Sturgess sprayed Novichok straight on to her skin, the source said.

    The Metropolitan Police, who are leading the investigation, declined to comment.


    The inquest will be opened by the Wiltshire and Swindon coroner in Salisbury and the hearing is expected to be adjourned to allow police inquiries to continue.

    On Wednesday, a fingertip search of Queen Elizabeth Gardens in Salisbury was carried out.

    The park and other locations in Salisbury and nearby Amesbury were cordoned off last month after the exposure of the couple to the nerve agent.

    Searches of properties could last months after 400 items were recovered, officers warned, while waste and litter will be removed as part of the sweep of public areas.

    Last week counter-terrorism detectives revealed they had found a small bottle containing Novichok at Mr Rowley’s home in Muggleton Road, Amesbury.

    They are trying to establish where the container came from, and how it came to be in his house.

    A team of international experts from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) was called in to independently verify this.

    They have finished collecting samples which will now be analysed at two OPCW labs before the results are reported back to the UK.

    Public Health England said the risk to the public remains low but it continued to “strongly advise” not to pick up any unknown “strange items” such as syringes, needles, cosmetics or similar objects made of materials such as metal, plastic or glass.

    Last updated Thu 19 Jul 2018

    'Russian suspects identified' from CCTV in Skripal poison attack - ITV News

    Concerned, or not, by loose accusations of Russian people from the "mostly harmless" planet Earth?

    Let us await the comprehensive , OPCW and OPCW chain of control statement, prior to accepting this "opinion" as factual .

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    ^ Translated means thay have CCTV footage of people who were in Salisbury and later flew out of Britain, but as yet they have no names of those people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Searches of properties could last months after 400 items were recovered
    Most were empty 6% cider bottles and half an ounce of Old Holborn and a packet of papers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    thay have CCTV footage of people who were in Salisbury and later flew out of Britain
    Presuming the CCTV can be identified as from Salisbury, airports CCTV were turned on at the time and some of the 10,000,000 people leaving UK in a month or so, whose images were stored, have red star lapel badges.

    "Tourists made 16.41 million trips to the UK between January and June, an 8% rise on the same period in 2013."

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28787769

    So 16 million visits, x 2 for entry and exit "images" / 6 = 5+ million images with CCTV recognition rates at 4 -8 %

    "For an extreme example of what can go wrong, take data recently released by an EU Freedom of Information request and then posted by the South Wales police. It shows that at the Champions League final game in Cardiff last year, South Wales police logged 173 true face matches and wrongly identified a whopping 2,297 people as suspicious—a 92 percent false positive rate."

    https://www.wired.com/story/facial-r...-works-or-not/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Most were empty 6% cider bottles and half an ounce of Old Holborn and a packet of papers.
    Until they dredge the river, their search efforts are meaningless. Downriver at least 10 km or so.

    A new project for the Thai divers yes?

    What else will they, do molest children, as alleged by an ameristani billionaire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    What else will they, do molest children, as alleged by an ameristani billionaire?
    Are you ever going to realise that you simply cannot communicate in English at this level?

    What on earth are you babbling on about now?

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    If I recall correctly, on the day the Skripal's took ill wasn't there a CCTV picture of a man and woman published as being the people connected to the attacked on the Skripal's ? Did they identify them?

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