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Skripal case: How UK ‘explains’ why Russia is to blame in 1-minute VIDEO

Skripal case: How UK ‘explains’ why Russia is to blame in 1-minute VIDEO
Who poisoned Sergei Skripal? Can only Russia produce A-234 (also known as ‘Novichok’)? Who could do it besides Russia? Watch how the UK explained why Russia is to blame in a short video. Warning: no facts are presented.

London does not hesitate to give a solid answer on who’s behind the poisoning of ex-spy and double agent Sergei Skripal. It is Russia - the UK says. Yet, judging by what London has offered as proof so far, the allegations are not based on evidence, but on what was deemed a 'highly likely’ assumption. Moscow has denied any involvement.

READ MORE: ‘100 suspicions don’t make proof’: Moscow quotes Dostoyevsky in reply to Boris Johnson over Skripal

Watch the video to get the nothingburger Skripal case logic:

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