New evidence on Skripal case: London poisonings have no relation to “Novichok”

The policeman, poisoned with the Skripals and been in a coma came to sences. This was reported by The Telegraph.

Israeli analyst Solomon Mann commented on the situation:

“This is not a Novichok,” says a number of specialists, “after being poisoned by it there is no chance to get out of bed.”

Thus, a number of specialists have already expressed the theory that poisoning in London is not relevant to the toxin synthesized by the original laboratory that produced this agent. Either this is a completely different toxin, or it is a substance “welded” in another laboratory with deviations from the technology used in the original,” Mann concluded.

Recall, on March 4 in the British city of Salisbury after the interaction with an unknown dangerous substance, the former colonel of the GRU Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia, who worked for British intelligence, suffered. They are in a coma. According to the British investigation, the victims were poisoned with the nerve agent “Novichok”, allegedly produced in Russia.

The British Prime Minister Theresa May blamed the poisoning on Moscow and announced measures against the Russian Federation, in particular, the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats. Russia denies all accusations in connection with the “Skripal case” and recalls that as far back as in 2017 it completely destroyed all its chemical weapons.

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