‘You cannot decide in 24 hours what type of poison was used’ – first OPCW head condemns UK reaction to Skripal poisoning

Jose Bustani.

This is self-explanatory.

No doubt the UK government will try to condemn this as fake news because it is from Russia Today – but Jose Bustani’s words are reported verbatim. Watch:

What do Boris Johnson and Theresa May have to say about that?


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4 thoughts on “‘You cannot decide in 24 hours what type of poison was used’ – first OPCW head condemns UK reaction to Skripal poisoning

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Seriously, Barry, are you suggesting you have more expertise on this than a former head of the international organisation dedicated to neutralising chemical weapons?

  1. Zippi

    Well, considering that it took a week to warn the public, seal the suspected crime scenes and cover the “contaminated” items, a further week, or two, to tell members of the public that if they could not wash their clothes that they should bag them and give them to the council to be destroyed… If this stuff were really that dangerous, how is it that everybody who, allegedly, was affected is well? I say, again, if this were a Russian State Execution, the targets would be dead, there would be no collateral damage and what of the nurse who attended to the Skripals, at the scene? She did not get sick. Something just doesn’t add up. If it was known what the agent was early enough to treat the Skripals and D.S. Bailey, why did it take so long to warn the public? It just doesn’t make sense.

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