Political expert asked London five awkward questions about the Skripal case

According to the well-known political expert, the new accusations made by British intelligence do not stand up to scrutiny.

Political expert asked London five awkward questions about the Skripal case

According to People’s News, the former head of the Israeli service “Nativ” Yakov Kedmi commented on the accusations made by official London, the third person involved in the Salisbury incident, where ex-GRU officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were allegedly poisoned.
Kedmi asked only five questions that completely destroy the official British version of events:

“What is the assumption that this person participated in the poisoning of the Skripals?

And that he really supported Boshirov and Petrov?

Did you say that he is a GRU officer? OK then. On what basis did you decide so?

Maybe he told you himself?

Or did the victim recognize her former officer?”

The expert also drew attention to the fact that talks about a certain “third person involved” had been going on for a long time, but his name was made public only now, immediately after Moscow accused London of interfering in the internal affairs of Russia.

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