Alexander Petrov, Ruslan Boshirov ARE 2 most WANTED TERRORISTS (pUTIN´S) IN THE WORLD TODAY

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  1. Putler will kill them

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    Alexander Petrov, Ruslan Boshirov ARE 2 most WANTED TERRORISTS (pUTIN´S) IN THE WORLD today, will Putler

    1) kill them

    2) or hide them?


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    U.K. Charges 2 Men in Novichok Attack, Saying They’re " Russian" Agents"
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    Killed by Putler´s terrorists Brits

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    "US, France, Germany, Canada back UK spy findings

    The U.S., Germany, France and Canada say they back Britain's finding that two suspects in the poisoning of a former spy were Russian military intelligence officers.

    In a joint statement, leaders from the four countries joined Britain in reiterating their "outrage" at the use of a chemical nerve agent, Novichok, in March in the southern England city of Salisbury.

    Saying Britain's finding has been independently verified, they urged Russia to provide "full disclosure of its Novichok program."

    In addition, they said the operation was "almost certainly approved at a senior government level" and pledged to "continue to disrupt together the hostile activities of foreign intelligence networks on our territories."

    US, France, Germany, Canada back UK spy findings
     
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    How were the Novichok suspects identified?
    Police collected 4,000 hours of CCTV and 2,300 exhibits after the near-fatal poisoning of former MI6 mole Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, in March.

    Porton Down scientists said the nerve agent used was Novichok, a deadly chemical invented and manufactured in high-tech labs in Russia.

    The government has blamed the Russian state for the attempted assassination of Skripal, an intelligence officer who was jailed in his home country for selling secrets to Britain.

    As The Sun revealed, cops believe the Skripals were victims of a bungled hit ordered by the Kremlin and carried out by two assassins who fled the UK the next day.

    In July it was reported detectives had identified two Russians as prime suspects.

    They are said to have tracked them from CCTV footage and flight records.

    A source told the Press Association: “Investigators believe they have identified the suspected perpetrators of the Novichok attack through CCTV and have cross-checked this with records of people who entered the country around that time.

    "They are sure they are Russian.”

    Sources said investigators were determined to bring a criminal case against those responsible.

    The CPS was considering filing a request demanding the Kremlin hand over the two suspects, according to the Guardian.

    Officials argued about whether it was worth while when Mr Putin was likely to refuse the request.

    It had been thought police were initially reluctant to release details or pictures of the suspects, fearing it would be harder to bring them to justice.

    Who are the Salisbury Russian spy poisoning suspects and how did they use Novichok against Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia?
     
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    So they admit he was a "mole"; then cry when he gets taken out.... Oh!!! The outrage!!!!
     

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