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Old 13th September 2018, 19:05   #991 (permalink)
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The story may have had more credence if they were wearing dog collars.
They did on their last contract in Rome.
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Excuse me! Are you denying the attraction of Salisbury as a tourist destination? It seems perfectly reasonable for two men to travel thousands of miles to spend an afternoon walking around a lovely English town, and then return on the next flight out: It´s called sight seeing. I´m not sure what sights there are to see in Sailsbury, but the two men looked like Culture Vultures, so I am sure they will explain. If Vlad says they are trusted, that is good enough for me.

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Full interview with subtitles for those who cannot speak Russian.

SKRIPAL POISONING SUSPECTS, FULL INTERVIEW WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES - YouTube

Even longer version below (dubbed). Starts at 11.03.

REFEED: RT editor-in-chief interviews two men UK named as suspects in Skripal case - YouTube

Bad luck on these two culture "vultures" on their flying 48hr trip to the UK

Poor lost souls it seems, these 2 fitness blokes must have been so unaccustomed getting about in a country that has bad weather and snow..... coming from balmy Russia... that they
said they had to abandon the first day visiting the Cathedral because of snow, with Salisbury Cathedral only being 700m from the station ... that would have been some trek.

And then on their second visit, their bad luck continuing... by missing according to them one of the worlds biggest "123m" Cathedral spires 700m away by walking off in completely the wrong direction from the Cathedral ( I wonder if they have heard of the UK company SPECSAVERS ) only to be caught on the shell petrol station CCTV way off in the opposite direction (maybe walking the 3hrs to Stonehenge but "shucks" still the wrong road ). Pity they didn't know only 5mins walk from this CCTV they were caught on some fellow Russians the Skirpals lived, if they had only known they could have turned up at the door and asked for directions.... Then after all that, it seems they missed visiting the Cathedral, after all, not once appearing on the Cathedral's own CCTV on that day.







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Re: Spying is a very dangerous game.

Skripal suspects collaborate with Shaggy to release rap single ‘It Wasn’t Us’

Fresh from their brief sightseeing tour of just one town in the UK, the suspects accused of poisoning the Skripals have announced they will be releasing a rap track to further defend their innocence…

Skripal suspects collaborate with Shaggy to release rap single ?It Wasn?t Us?

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Russian spies ‘tried to access Swiss lab where Salisbury novichok sample was being tested’

It is claimed the pair were carrying equipment which they would have used to hack the laboratory’s computers, although Swiss officials said no data had been stolen.

https://elotitv.com/russian-spies-tr...-being-tested/

The Russian spies were expelled back to Russia, who denied knowledge of the 2 men ... Putin soon will have the poor unfortunates appear on State TV saying they were not attempting to change the origin of Novichok samples but only looking for the world famous Swiss recipe for Alpen.
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It's all unraveling for Putin, he may have thought by putting up these Muppets as "innocent tourists" it was going to be a great publicity coup to ridicule the Brits but it has been one blunder after another...������

The story was so ridiculously full of holes and.... but their appearance has peaked interest by four different investigative media sites, three in Russia one in the West .... who have uncovered by a forensic look at the available records on passports, registrations and ID's needed by most Russians ....or as Putin wants them portrayed "tourists" ...



In the RT interview, they said had been planning their visit to Salisbury for a long time. It doesn't seem so but last minute as the manifest records and times of booking, check-in, and boarding of each passenger in the case of the two suspects, they made their initial booking – and checked in online – at 20:00 GMT (22:00 Moscow time) on 1 March 2018, the night before their short trip to London and Salisbury.



The Russian media outlet Fontanka has shown that the passports were issued only three digits apart and the issuing office was the Federal Migration Service 770001 in the city of Moscow. Passports issued by the FMS Moscow are secured by either privileged persons normally for a bribe or representatives of the security forces.


And on one of the "Tourists" passport/registration files has written “Do not provide information”, in a hand-written note and the letters. S.S.”. Per the same source interviewed for this story, S.S. is a common abbreviation for “sovershenno sekretno”, Russian for “top secret” also denotes on file if any application of info is made ring this number 195-79-66. The Ministry of Defense telephone is (499) 195-79-64 (differs only by one figure from the reference number of Petrov). And as there are several telephone numbers line subdivisions for the Ministry of Defense.


From Bellingcat Another clue pointing to the non-civilian status of Mr. Petrov is the absence from his passport file of any information about his international passport, which he used to travel to the United Kingdom. The passport number is listed in the Aeroflot passenger manifest reviewed by Bellingcat" However, the passport file shows no international passport belonging to Alexander Petrov, in contrast with regular practice – under which the file contains a list of all government-issued ID documents, both national and international passports, expired and currently valid.



Sources... Bellincat, Fontanka The INSIDER Russia and, novayagazeta.ru/news

https://www.bellingcat.com/news/uk-a...rity-services/

ps is Rose on holiday ?

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Re: Spying is a very dangerous game.

Can anyone explain the following?

As Boshirov and Petrov arrived at Salisbury station at 11.48 and as it is at least a 10 minute walk to the Skripals home, they would not arrived before 12.00. In full view, it is claimed they then painted the doorknob of the front door.

However, as the Skripals had already left their house at 09.15, how could they have been poisoned via the door handle?
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Re: Spying is a very dangerous game.

Sorry, don’t understand your point.

The Skripals would have been poisoned when they returned home after 12 when the Novichok had been administered.

As to being in full view I doubt that two men standing in front of their front door would have aroused any great suspicion.
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The Skripals would have been poisoned when they returned home after 12 when the Novichok had been administered.
Where, in the official timeline, does it state they returned home?
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