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    Default Re: Sergei Skripal: who was behind the Salisbury poisoning?

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    Novichok victim Charlie Rowley leaves hospital: Link to post.
    Just look at that title... makes one wonder if the people at BBC have any neuron left anywhere:
    • A Novichok Nerve Gas Agent type poison leaves between 30 seconds to 3 minutes max to its contacted victim to concoct a prayer and/or collect themselves to meet their maker...
    • so, how come a "victim" of such a lethal NGA walks out of a hospital?
    Well, quite. I didn't buy the mainstream narrative from the moment it 'broke'.

    I remember one of Craig Murray's blog write ups around this incident - now of course these incidents - incorporating Lewis Carroll when he wrote: "...being asked to believe six impossible things before breakfast."

    For anybody wanting another view from similarly quizzical persons may be interested in Rob Slane's slant on this whole peculiar series of events. I sense he may have sourced Craig Murray's articles for some of his research over here on TheBlogMire.

    Here's a taster tweet from him as well -

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