ソールズベリー 2 被害者の親子の側から見るととんでもなく怖い事件: ずくなしの冷や水


ソールズベリー 2 被害者の親子の側から見るととんでもなく怖い事件



A total of 21 people were injured and three remain in hospital after the “incident involving attempted murder” which left the former Russian double agent, Sergei Skripal, in critical condition, British police have said.

“Multiple people have been treated, around 21 people, including the man and the woman found on the bench,” the acting chief constable of Wiltshire Police, Kier Pritchard, told Sky News, referring to Skripal and his daughter. He also said that all those affected went through “the hospital treatment process” and, in particular, had blood tests.

The acting Wiltshire Police head also said an unspecified “smaller” number of the injured were police officers. He then added that only three people, including the former agent and his daughter, remain in hospital. The third person is a local police sergeant, identified as Nick Bailey.


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親子を殺害する意図があったとして、飲み物に入れたりしなかったのはなぜ? 本人らと面識のない人たちの犯行です。第三者の関与を避けた。







今回の事件も犯人は捕まらない? 仮にそうであれば、この親子はスケープゴートに仕立てられたということになります。

Moscow is prepared to cooperate with a British investigation into the death of ex-spy Sergey Skripal, the Russian foreign minister said. He dismissed rumors of the country’s involvement as “hysteria” and “propaganda.”
Sergey Lavrov said that Russia is blamed for everything that goes wrong on the planet, and noted that no facts had been presented to suggest any Russian involvement in the poisoning of Sergey Skripal and his daughter.

“We haven’t heard a single fact, we only watch TV coverage, where your colleagues speak fervently with serious faces that if it is Russia. The response will be that Russia will remember forever. It’s not serious, it’s propaganda at its finest and pressing hysteria,” said the foreign minister, who was speaking at a press conference alongside his Ethiopian counterpart, Workneh Gebeyehu.

However, Lavrov stated that if British authorities were interested in cooperating with Russia in relation to any case, “be it poisoning of British subjects, be it rumors of interfering in US campaign, if help is really needed, we are ready to look at such possibility.

“However, to conduct such matters, one shouldn’t run to TV screens with baseless accusations, but turn professionally to existing channels, including law enforcement,” he added.

Lavrov added that the frenzy of finger-pointing at Russia sought “parallels” with the case of Alexander Litvinenko. However, the Russian FM pointed out that Litvinenko’s death, also blamed on Russia, hasn’t been fully investigated.

250 officers from 8 units: UK diverts ‘enormous resources’ to probe Russian ex-spy’s poisoning
Amid hysteria surrounding the mysterious poisoning of Sergei Skripal, Britain is dedicating a significant part of the country’s anti-terrorism capacity to look for Moscow’s hand in the former Russian double agent’s misfortune.

The UK government has diverted significant resources, with eight out of Britain’s 11 anti-terrorism units currently helping to investigate the poisoning of former GRU agent Sergei Skripal, Home Secretary Amber Rudd revealed, at a time when a “severe” international terrorism threat hangs over Britain.

“I want to stress that they are proceeding with speed and professionalism. We are putting in enormous resources to ensure that they have all the support that they need to do that,” said Rudd, after chairing a meeting of Cobra, the UK’s emergencies committee.

The UK believes that Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, were exposed to a nerve agent. The two were found slumped on a bench outside a shopping center in Wiltshire on March 4. British police say that more than 20 people in total were injured in the alleged attack, which has been described by authorities as “attempted murder.” Both victims remain unconscious and in a life-threatening condition.

Following the incident, authorities managed to collect 240 pieces of evidence and have identified some 200 witnesses to the crime, Rudd said, noting that 250 officers are taking part in the investigation. The incident is getting so much attention that the government will be sending the Armed Forces to Salisbury in order to handle potentially dangerous evidence in the area of the initial poisoning.

The BBC reported on Saturday night that traces of a rare nerve agent, thought to be used in the poisoning, were found in a local branch of Zizzi, a chain restaurant, and one of the five locations at the center of the police investigation.

While Rudd insisted that the investigators “need to be given the space and time” so that they can be “absolutely clear” when assigning blame for the attack, British officials continue to insinuate that a foreign power – presumably Russia – was involved. Earlier, Foreign Affairs Minister, Boris Johnson vowed to respond “robustly” if evidence emerges of Russian involvement in the incident, seemingly disregarding that the former spy with a tainted reputation could have made enemies since settling in Britain in 2010.

“The key thing they need to be doing and they will be doing is to look at what Skripal has been doing in his life since he has moved to the UK. And I think this is where the motive for this attack is going to come from,” former MI5 agent Annie Machon told RT. “Let's face it, in intelligence terms, he was a 'busted flush'” with no apparent interest to the Russians.

“It is usually the state level actors that have the capability of producing this sort of agent. However, in terms of who might have used it – that is a different question,” Machon said. “To say that if it’s a state made agent, it must be a state attack is, I think, disingenuous, at best. People can get their hands on this sort of thing. Gangsters and criminals can get their hands on this sort of thing if they’ve got the right money to pay for it.”

While it remains unclear what exactly happened to Skripal, the British media continue to compare the incident with the infamous case of the former Russian security officer Alexander Litvinenko, who died from radioactive poisoning in 2006. Litvinenko’s death sparked a major crisis in British-Russian relations, as many public figures in the West accused the Russian government of alleged involvement. Moscow denied responsibility.

According to the Times, Prime Minister Theresa May is a step away from naming Russia as the chief suspect in the alleged attempted assassination.

Now, the paranoia in the UK in the Skripal case is reaching massive proportions, with a junior minister calling on London to contact its NATO allies over the incident. “Some big questions arise, as to how do you stand up to a clandestine and sinister attack deliberately done to play havoc in our society?” said UK Government Minister at the Ministry of Defence Tobias Ellwood, vouching a “robust response.”

Meanwhile, security minister Ben Wallace said that the culprit would feel the “full force” of Britain’s might. “We will respond with the full force of the United Kingdom’s resources if that is the appropriate and proportionate thing to do.” Wallace told Radio 4.

“There are lots of things that the United Kingdom can do. It is a powerful country with a powerful economy, powerful allies, powerful military and powerful other capabilities – and we shall look at all those.”

Moscow, meanwhile, has labeled the coverage of Skripal’s poisoning as hysterical propaganda. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia is blamed for everything that goes wrong on the planet, and noted that no facts had been presented to suggest any Russian involvement in this latest case. Moscow also reiterated that it is prepared to cooperate with a British investigation.

Skripal worked as a double agent for the UK intelligence agency MI6 and was jailed in Russia in 2006 for spying for Britain, having passed on the names of undercover Russian intelligence agents. He was pardoned and released four years later as part of a “spy swap” between the US and Russia.

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