Prosthetic Conscience wrote:they weren't even exposed to any nerve agent?
If they were exposed to 100 times the fatal dose, how come they are not dead?
BBC News, Russian spy poisoning: Watchdog backtracks over Novichok amount, 4 May 2018 wrote:The OPCW later said the amount should have read "100mg".
Charlie Rowley told his brother the glass 'perfume bottle' that supposedly contained the agent broke in his hand. He, presumably, would have received a larger dose and yet he lived. You cannot say, it's because the agent was old and degraded; the OPCW noted that the chemical was of "high purity".
It doesn't add up.
anarchist23 wrote:the same BS that was in the Charlottesville
Whether they were tourists or not, there is no evidence they went to the Skripal house.
No CCTV, no witnesses, no forensics, no evidence.
Facial recognition software Pictriev gives the faces a 75% similarity, putting the probability of them being the same person at approx. 2.2%.
Betaface.com, which runs industry standard software, gives the faces an 83% similarity, putting the probability of them being the same person at 2.8%.
Both show that novichok 'tourist' Ruslan Boshirov is not GRU Colonel Anatoliy Chepiga.
Incredibly, at 13.15 on 27 September, BBC TV News ran the story showing the two photos of “Boshirov" side by side and did not show the photo of Chepiga at all!
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