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The Skripal Affair — Oliver Stone Interview With Vladimir Putin

“This gentleman, Skripal, had already been punished. He was arrested, sentenced and then served time in prison. He received his punishment. For that matter, he was off the radar. Why would anybody be interested in him? He got punished. He … Continue reading

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The Skripal Affair — Putin : “The Skripal poisoning narrative is not worth a dime.”

“This gentleman, Skripal, had already been punished. He was arrested, sentenced and then served time in prison. He received his punishment. For that matter, he was off the radar. Why would anybody be interested in him? He got punished. He … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Salisbury Incident : UK Media silenced by D-Notices Over Skripal Affair [UPDATE]

“The issue surrounding the identify [sic] of a former MI6 informer Sergei Skripal is already widely available in the public domain. However, the identifies [sic] of intelligence agency personnel associated with Sergei Skripal are not yet widely available in the public … Continue reading

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NYT Apologizes For Misreporting On Skripal Incident

“I made a significant error in my April 16 profile of Gina Haspel. It took a while to figure out where I went wrong. Here is the correction: […] The intelligence about the ducks and children were based on an … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Salisbury Incident : UK Media silenced by D-Notices Over Skripal Affair

“The issue surrounding the identify [sic] of a former MI6 informer Sergei Skripal is already widely available in the public domain. However, the identifies [sic] of intelligence agency personnel associated with Sergei Skripal are not yet widely available in the public … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — UK Scientists Unable to Pinpoint Origin of Novichok [Sergei & Yulia Skripal]

“We understood from the very start that UK government statements on the nerve agent having been produced in Russia were a bluff. Now this has been confirmed by the head of the secret lab. This only proves that all political … Continue reading

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One Year Ago — Russian Embassy : “We Definitely Need Poirot in Salisbury!”

“In absence of evidence, we definitely need Poirot in Salisbury!” Russian Embassy in London — March 18 2018 “We actually have evidence within the last 10 years that Russia has not only been investigating the delivery of nerve agents for … Continue reading

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On This Day — Theresa May : “Russia Highly Likely Behind Spy Poisoning” (March 12 2018) — [POLL]

“Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson had told the ambassador Moscow must immediately provide full and complete disclosure of the Novichok programme to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. Should there be no credible response, we will conclude that this … Continue reading

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On This Day — The Skripals Drama Begins (March 4 2018)

“This is a carefully constructed drama as part of the propaganda campaign that has been building now for several years in order to justify the actions of NATO [the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation], Britain the United States, towards Russia. That’s … Continue reading

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The Skripal Affair — Does Anyone Believe The Official Narrative?

“The issue surrounding the identify [sic] of a former MI6 informer Sergei Skripal is already widely available in the public domain. However, the identifies [sic] of intelligence agency personnel associated with Sergei Skripal are not yet widely available in the public … Continue reading

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