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The first police officer to respond to Sergei and Yulia Skripal in Salisbury has been released from hospital. Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey was exposed to the Novichok nerve agent as he rushed to help the pair.
originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
Crazy. The questions keep piling up.
One thing is for certain, we dispelled numerous Russian officials from our countries in order to punish a country that has yet to be proven guilty.
originally posted by: Indrasweb
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.
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SPY PROBE WIDENS Salisbury probe extends to town ‘where poisoned cop Nick Bailey lived’… raising fears he brought nerve agent Novichok home with him Military was spotted at Alderholt today, just a day after crews wearing chemical suits descended on Gillingham
THE Salisbury nerve agent probe has widened to the home of poisoned cop Nick Bailey - raising fears he may have brought the deadly chemical home with him. Troops swooped on sleepy Alderholt, Dorset, this morning, where the Wiltshire Police Detective Sergeant, who is currently in hospital, lives.
The military have descended on Alderholt in Dorset where hero cop Nick Bailey lives Officers are concerned DS Bailey may have gone home after coming into contact with nerve agent Novichok after he was first on the scene at the Salisbury poisoning. A source told The Mail Online: "I understand the investigation is concerned about cross contamination at DS Bailey's address, which suggests he'd gone home." DS Bailey was rushed to hospital after the attack that left ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia fighting for life. He was initially in intensive care but is now conscious and talking.
The military were also seen bagging up items A group of children were escorted through the area by two police officers as they left school and locals have been warned the road would be closed. Later a car was removed by an army truck near the Larkhill military camp near Salisbury. It comes just a day after heavily equipped teams descended on Gillingham to recover a car involved in the investigation. Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service crews today confirmed they were at the scene in Alderholt, with their presence related to the Salisbury poisonings.
originally posted by: solarone
Nothing about this story makes sense. How does one get exposed to a nerve agent at home, go out for a spot of lunch then fall into a catatonic state hours later?
Not buying the official line at all.
originally posted by: davethebear
Have any mail/postmen gone off work ill recently? Who else would have to go to anybody's front door, other than a postman and also on a daily basis, if the person receives a lot of mail.............Sounds like a load of gumph to me....
Hang on. So who else has touched this door, without any ill effects having taken place.
This doesn't sound right.
Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, who is being treated in hospital, was made seriously ill after being sent to Colonel Skripal’s house in Salisbury.
Det Sgt Bailey was one of the first police officers to attend the house in a cul-de-sac a few hours after Col Skripal and his daughter Yulia collapsed in Salisbury town centre.