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Old 05-07-2018, 11:21 PM   #43
elshaper
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Home Secretary Sajid Javid said the nerve agent was the same as that used on ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in March.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44727191
There you go.
If anything, the above sentence is constructed very vaguely and open to many interpretation imo.
How can he say such thing when UK has no sample stock? Think about that....

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Mr Javid accused Russia of using Britain as a "dumping ground for poison" after the second incident involving the nerve agent.
Finger pointing. Of course, it's the Russians.

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He said the most likely hypothesis was the Novichok was left over from an item discarded after the attack on the Skripals.
But this is not possible. As if the substance remains potent after 3 months? Forgetting the fact about a half-life?

Then they bring the expert who says...
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Toxicologist Prof Alastair Hay said it would be possible for Novichok to still be dangerous four months after first use.
Who is this Prof Hay? Obviously, BBC read our thread and had to patch up the story.

What's strange though.... the guy explaining how it happened.
Surely, there must have been other people who have fell ill with similar circumstance but they immediately linked this incident to nerve agent.

"They got infected next day" <-LOL The agent is so strong that it takes 24 hrs for it to work....Really?!
Funny that eh?
I'm watching his micro expression now.

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