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London purposely destroys all evidence in "Skripal case"

03.08.2018 13:31

Alex Gordon

Russian diplomats are concerned by too hasty a decision to cremate the body of the 44-year-old Briton Dawn Sturgess, who, according to the authorities of the United Kingdom, was the victim of poisoning with the nerve agent "Novichok". According to diplomats, such "haste" only "will complicate the conduct of an objective investigation and will not allow to recheck the true cause of the death of the British".

"This can not but cause concern, as the British authorities continue to maintain an active line to destroy any important physical evidence, somehow connected by themselves with the poisoning of the Skripals in Salisbury", they said.

Recall that on June 30, 44-year-old Dawn Sturgess and 45-year-old Charlie Rowley were found unconscious and hospitalized in the Amesbury hospital. Then Chief of Scotland Yard's counter-terrorism unit Neil Basu suggested that the British were poisoned with the same substance as the GRU ex-colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia. Basu justifies his hypothesis with the results of tests that allegedly indicate the infection with the "Novichok". At the same time, he was not at all embarrassed by the fact that the victims did not visit places in Salisbury, where allegedly the Skripals were poisoned. Meanwhile, Scotland Yard continues to insist that Amesbury incedent is connected with Russian special services.

The UN Commission on Biological and Chemical Weapons ex-official Igor Nikulin is convinced that London specifically initiated a new incident with alleged poisoning. "I do not exclude that Amesbury is a continuation of the operation of the British special services, which was started in March. It was aimed at destabilizing the Kremlin. As a minimum the allegation that the "Novichok" was produced in Russia is not serious. It is possible that the nerve agent is patented by the Pentagon. Maybe traces lead to the US, or, perhaps, to Porton Down. Porton Down is the largest research and development center in the field of chemical, biological weapons", he said. Another proof of the involvement of this laboratory in the production of the "Novichok" is the fact that it is located in the immediate vicinity of Salisbury and Amesbury, where the incidents occurred.

However, Theresa May already understood that she has appeared "the hostage of a situation" and now hastily cover her tracks. She uses the British media, who continue to invent new versions of what happened in Salisbury and whip up "anti-Russian hysteria" as a great diversion. Meanwhile, it is obvious that the Theresa May political game's is close to an inglorious finish.