Sergei Skripal and the novichok poisonings

What motive would Russia have for poisoning Sergei Skripal? Was it a false flag conducted by British Special Services intended to incite conflict with Russia?

The Fentanyl Cover Up in the Skripal Poisoning Case

The Fentanyl Cover Up in the Skripal Poisoning Case

New evidence has now come to light that the doctors at Salisbury Hospital were treating the Skripals for Fentanyl poisoning, at least for the first day

Porton Down. Click to enlarge

The Silence Of The Skripals – Government Blocks Press Reports – Media Change The Record

Are reports on the Skripals now under a D Notice, i.e. publication forbidden on the grounds of national security?

London systematically destroying evidence in Skripal case – Russia’s UN envoy

While the UK has yet to produce any hard evidence to substantiate its claim of Russian involvement in the Skripals’s poisoning

More on the Skripal/Douma false flag connection

More on the Skripal/Douma false flag connection

Catte argues that the UK was the primary mover behind the Douma false flag and the Skripals poisoning

‘Miracle’ recovery: How Sergei and Yulia Skripal survived the novichok attack

Alastair Hay, Professor of Environmental Toxicology at Leeds University, says the Skripal’s recovery from novichok poisoning is a “miracle”

Swiss lab says ‘BZ toxin’ used in Skripal poisoning, not produced in Russia, was in US & UK service

One of the five labs permanently authorized by the OPCW says the toxin used on the Skripal’s was not produced in Russia

Dr Chris Busby on the Skripal Russia Poisoning affair

Dr Chris Busby on the Skripal Russia Poisoning affair

A scientist on why the British authorities are “lying” when they claim Russia was responsible for the Skripals poisoning

Yulia Skripal Is Plainly Under Duress

Craig Williams explains why he believes a statement attributed to Yulia Skripal reads like it was written by an official from the British security sevices

Yulia Skripal. Click to enlarge

Yulia Skripal: Released from Hospital

Currently in a safe house where she is being “briefed” by British Intelligence and provided with a new identity prior to being resettled to a secret location

The Russians Are Flabbergasted

The Russians Are Flabbergasted

The Jews went ballistic when they heard of Trump’s intention to leave Syria. Israel Shamir explains the background to Trump’s sudden turnaround

The Best Explanation For The Skripal Drama Is Still … Food Poisoning

Moon of Alabama explains why the theory that the Skripals were struck by food poisoning — not nerve agents — has significant merit

Knobs and Knockers

Knobs and Knockers

A professor of Organo-Chemistry at Cornell University says that his senior students could create the nerve agent used on the Skripals

Salisbury attack: Yulia and Sergei Skripals’ relative refused entry to Britain

Adding to suspicions that they have something to hide, UK authorities have refused Yulia Skripal’s cousin a visa to visit her relatives in Salisbury Hospital

Yulia Skripal says she is recovering but disoriented

Yulia Skripal says she is recovering but disoriented

Yulia Skripal’s recovery from her alleged exposure to a deadly “Russian nerve agent” raises even more questions

UK urged to counter 'disinformation' from Russia over novichok

UK urged to counter ‘disinformation’ from Russia over novichok

Leading chemical weapons expert warns that Russia may be winning the propaganda campaign over the Skripal’s poisoning

Foreign Office deletes tweet claiming Salisbury nerve agent made in Russia

Foreign Office deletes tweet claiming Salisbury nerve agent made in Russia

British claims that “Russia did it” look increasingly shaky. Beyond offering no hard evidence, tweets citing Porton Down’s support for those claims have been deleted

Biological warfare team in the aftermath of the Skripal's poisoning. Click to enlarge

Porton Down experts unable to verify ‘precise source of novichok’

After claims that “Russia was responsible” UK chemical weapons experts are still unable to identify the source. Though they are pains to emphasize: “it wasn’t us”

RT interviews the father of Alexander Litvinenko

RT interviews the father of Alexander Litvinenko

This is especially pertinent in the wake of the Salisbury poisoning. As Litvinennko’s father initially blamed Russia for his son’s death but now thinks otherwise

UK may have staged Skripal poisoning to rally people against Russia, Moscow believes

Moscow increasingly believes that Britain was behind the attack, says Russian Ambassador to the UK Alexander Yakovenko

Yulia Skripal Vkontakte page. Click to enlarge

Curiouser and curiouser: Yulia Skripal logged into VK while in coma

Keep in mind that the UK has utterly failed its obligations, legal and otherwise, to be transparent and grant access to Russia – given that Yulia is a Russian citizen