Russians Have Some Nerve

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    Seems that North Korea (killed half-brother Kim Jong-nam with VX nerve gas), Syria and now their overlord buddies the Russians all have one thing in common: a love for nerve agents. Makes a lot of sense now why Putin is so interested and buddies with Assad! Latest developments are that Russia very likely had former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter poisoned by nerve agents. Seems that birds of a feather fly together. Of course, Putin in typical KKK fashion denies everything as always. Russia is as pure as the driven snow. o_O

    Sergei Skripal and the 14 deaths under scrutiny
    British police suspect Russian ex-spy, daughter was poisoned with nerve agent
     
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    and the key word being 'likely' - i.e. not true, as it goes with the media.
     
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    A Russian agent convicted of spying for Britain was fighting for his life last night amid suspicions he was poisoned in a shopping centre in Wiltshire.

    Sergei Skripal, 66, was in intensive care after being exposed to a mysterious substance as he sat on a bench in the centre of Salisbury. A 33-year-old woman who was with him, is also in critical condition. Both had collapsed and were unconscious when they were discovered.

    Reports suggest Col Skripal had recently gone to police claiming he was fearing for his life.

    Russian spy fighting for life after being 'poisoned' by unknown substance in Salisbury
     
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    Britain seems to be the cool place for poisoning Russian spies.
     
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    How do you get from likely, meaning most probable, to not true? That is it---- YOU DON'T, and maintain any credibility. And surprise! You say your from Russia! The Russians have established a HISTORY and a PATTERN, and few have both the access to and the willingness to kill dissidents via nerve agents. Russia is a strong supporter for the ruthless tyrant Syria's Assad, who thinks nothing of gassing his own people. And unless you can show me that Syria or North Korea had a motive, you can bet GOOD MONEY that the dirty Russians were behind this as well.
     
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    That Russia would kill people in another country without even really caring, shows just what Putin is like.

    He'll do whatever he wants, and knows he'll get away with it.

    That he interfered in elections from the US Presidential Election, the Brexit election etc, it very clear.
     
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    I prefer a more pragmatic approach, before jumping to conclusions.
     
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    Doesn't take rocket science to figure out the number of people both with access to nerve agents, and the willingness, incentive and HISTORY in using them.
     
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    You're no Hercule Poirot, that's for sure.

    You've no idea what goes on in the Ministry of Defence.
     
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