a reply to: Dem0nc1eaner
Well, since the news broke yesterday, its been stated by officials that they believe this to be another novichok exposure case.
If that is true, then one has to ask the following:
Is this a result of a separate release or use of the chemical, or is this exposure collateral from the first incident?
If it is collateral from the first incident, then why haven't the authorities locked down every single location where Sergei and Yulia Skripal were
seen on the day of their exposure, and ordered those areas condemned for public safety, until all possible trace of the chemical has been
painstakingly identified and removed from all the areas concerned.
If it is not collateral from the first incident, then just who were these people, to be targeted with a chemical of this nature? Could they have been
involved in, or know something about the original case?
Furthermore, are the people of the area safe, or should they be thinking about investing in Hazmat gear and decontamination stations?
Last, what role have Porton Down had in all this?
Dem0nc1eaner, people are talking about Porton Down, but the media are VERY cagey about doing so. Everyone I am speaking to on the subject has some
questions about the involvement and proximity of Porton Down, with these incidents, no one trusts the official account fully, even the most utterly
indoctrinated, flag waving, faux patriots imaginable. One of the main questions remains, why try to off people with a nerve agent, right next door to
a facility whose purpose includes the development of anti-toxins and effective treatments for exposure to chemical weapons, when a bullet to the head
is more effective and efficient?
There are many questions to answer about this, but I fear that without someone either leaking the real story from within the government, or someone
hacking it out of a government server, that we may never know what really happened, certainly not within a timeframe contemporaneous with the events
themselves. However, I think its a pretty reasonable judgement call, to suggest the official line on these matters is about as trust worthy as a
galleon made of chocolate digestives.
edit on 5-7-2018 by TrueBrit because: (no reason given)