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How Will Russia Respond?

Novichok Myth Debunked; How Will Russia Respond?

By Global Research News
Global Research, April 05, 2018

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By Stephen Lendman, April 05, 2018
Despite no evidence suggesting Russian involvement, the official hostile narrative continues – supported by Western media.
During an OPCW Executive Council Wednesday special session, Moscow’s proposed joint investigation was rejected by Washington and Britain.

Official statements from the UK government claim that the “military grade nerve agent” detected in Salisbury was “part of a group of nerve agents known as Novichok” that the Russian chemist Vil Mirzayanov alleged had been developed in the Soviet Union in a secret programme.  The structures of these compounds, labelled A-230, A-232, A-234, A-242 and A-262, were published by Mirzayanov in a book in 2008, twelve years after he emigrated to the US.

By Eric Zuesse, April 05, 2018
The U.S. and its allies have been successful in hiding the basis on which Russian diplomats were expelled from their countries — expelled on still-undocumented accusations that Russia’s Government was behind the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury England on March 4th. On Wednesday April 4th, the Executive Council of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) said no to Russia’s proposal for an OPCW investigation into the source of the toxin that was used in the attack.

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky, April 05, 2018
The British government has acknowledged that there is no evidence that Russia was the source of the nerve gas agent, while still sticking to the story that the “Kremlin was behind the attack”.

By Zero Hedge, April 03, 2018
Russia’s Ambassador to the UK, Alexander Yakovenko, says that London’s reluctance to share information on the March 4 poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal has led Moscow to suggest that London authorities actually perpetrated the crime.

By Joaquin Flores, April 01, 2018
The 33-year-old daughter of  Sergei Skripal, Yulia Skripal, visited her”Vkontakte” page – sort of a Russian version of Facebook –  on the morning of March 7th, three days after the “assassination” attempt that put her allegedly in a coma, until just a few days ago. She was poisoned, according to the British government, along side her father Sergei,  and according to the official version, hasn’t regained consciousness until quite recently.

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