“Russian authorities have taken the unusual measure of erasing any public records…”
“the job was ordered at the highest level.”
“…the two Russians had cyber tools for sabotaging the laboratory.”
“It’s one of the oldest working clocks in the world.”
“This was not a rogue operation.”
Message received, then.
“…detectives are looking at the possibility that Ms Sturgess tested the spray on her face and hands, believing it to be perfume.”
“Police believe the nerve agent…was discarded during the March attempted assassination of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal.”
“Mr Skripal is able to walk, and has talked to police at length, but is not completely recovered.”
“No-one speaks for me, or for my father.”
“Everyone’s health is okay, no one has any incurable things…”
Russian retaliation coming next?
Russian response “demonstrated complete disdain for the gravity of these events.”
Reading is fundamentally crooked in this case
“…60% of respondents across the 21 countries polled believe they are not receiving their fair share of public benefits”