posted on Mar, 28 2018 @ 03:30 PM
I seem to recall it's possible the "nerve agent" is actually two components. One is on "......" (door, car, wherever) and the second is administered
at another location. Only a person exposed to the combined components is affected. Minimises fallout and increases difficulty in investigating.
Also, just seen there's a second former KGB agent/double agent, Boris Karpichkov, saying he was warned by a senior FSB member that he, Skripal and 6
others were on a hit list and that "something bad" was going to happen to them. He claims this warning was issued on his birthday (12th Feb) but he
didn't take it seriously.
More info (including the others on "the hit list") here:
Sorry, 'The Mirror' is a #ty paper (which ones aren't to be fair) but there's plenty of other sources.
Incidentally, I only came across this story as I was looking him up due to his connection to the Gareth Williams case (British spy who 'accidentally
killed himself' by padlocking himself into a duffel bag)
edit on 28-3-2018 by Indrasweb because: (no reason given)