Now, however, "Intelligence sources believe Mr Skripal, 66, and his 33-year-old daughter could have been sprayed with the nerve agent from a remote-controlled drone hovering above them as they sat on a bench in Salisbury."
That's after it was believed that the victims may have had a liquid applied to their clothes.
But if you don't believe that, don't worry, because intelligence chiefs seem to believe at least half a dozen impossible things every day before breakfast. Thus, while the toxin in a suitcase theory is now out the window, America's fake media giant, ABC News, is reporting that:
U.K. officials ... believe the nerve agent was used in a dust-like powdered form and that it circulated through the vents of Skripal's BMW.So why doesn't someone tell those dumb UK intelligence chiefs what actually happened instead of leaving them to believe bullshit about poison drones, and toxic gas in a suitcase from Moscow, etc., etc.
But not to worry too much about dust in your car's ventilation systems, that story is likely bollocks too. Presumably we'll be hearing soon about how someone slipped something into the Skripals' drinks. Maybe a drop too much vodka.
But if British intelligence chiefs really don't know what to believe in the next five minutes about the Skripal poisoning (alleged? believed in by intelligence chiefs?), what everyone in the British media and Government are dead certain of is that Vladimir Putin, the highly popular and newly re-elected President of Russia did it himself. Since Putin's evil crime preceded such a brilliant election result, maybe he'll do it again, this time targeting Theresa May and Boris Johnson.
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