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Russian Terrorist

Post by Pine Mt Beagles » Tue Mar 13, 2018 5:50 am

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Becomes first American President,to openly support Russian Terror attack's,

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Russian spy attack: UK ministers hold emergency meeting as nerve agent probe continues
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By Laura Smith-Spark, CNN
Updated 1:39 PM ET, Sat March 10, 2018

Britain's home secretary and government ministers held an emergency meeting Saturday as investigators probe the attempt to kill a former Russian double agent and his daughter using a rare nerve agent.

Some 180 military personnel have been deployed to the normally quiet cathedral city of Salisbury in southern England to help police as they investigate several sites amid concerns over potential contamination.
Former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter, Yulia, 33, remain hospitalized in "very serious condition" after being poisoned this week in Salisbury, Home Secretary Amber Rudd said as she visited the city Friday.
The father and daughter -- believed by authorities to have been deliberately targeted -- were found slumped on a bench near a shopping center on Sunday afternoon.

Former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia remain hospitalized after the attack.
As part of what's called a Cobra meeting, Rudd brought together senior Cabinet ministers Saturday to hear the latest updates on the situation, Downing Street said.
Following the meeting, Rudd said UK police had identified more than 200 witnesses and 240 pieces of evidence in the attempted killing.
"I want to stress that they are proceeding with speed and professionalism," Rudd said in a statement broadcast by ITN. "We are putting in enormous resources to ensure that they have all the support that they need to do that."
Detective Sgt. Nick Bailey, a police officer who also fell ill, is in serious condition but is "conversing and engaging" with visitors, Rudd said earlier.
Authorities said 21 people received medical attention in the aftermath of the attack, but only three people were still being treated Friday.

In a statement Saturday, Wiltshire police, the local force, said Bailey wished to express his thanks to the public for its support.
"Nick would like us to say on his behalf that he and his family are hugely grateful for all the messages of support from the public, and colleagues from the police family," the police department said. "People have been so kind and he has expressed that he will never forget that kindness."

Police have said they know what nerve agent used in the attack but have declined to name it or how they suspect it was administered.
Identifying the source of the nerve agent continues to be central to the probe, but Rudd has so far declined to name any potential culprits.
"We will have to wait until we're absolutely clear what the consequences could be, and what the actual source of this nerve agent has been," Rudd said in Salisbury. "At the moment, our priority is going to be the incident, which is why I'm here."
Sites that have been cordoned off include the city center bench where the two were found, a pub and restaurant they had visited earlier, Skripal's home, the graves of his wife, Lyudmila, and son, Alexander, and an industrial car park.
Investigators in hazmat suits returned Saturday to the cemetery, where authorities have erected a tent near the grave of Skripal's wife. Entrances to the cemetery were closed off.
Counterterrorism police requested the deployment of military personnel to help "remove a number of vehicles and objects" in Salisbury, London's Metropolitan Police said.
The grave of Alexander Skripal, the ex-Russian spy's son, is one of the sites that was cordoned off.
Russia: 'Unfounded accusations'
Western intelligence services consider Russia a leading suspect based on previous attacks that used a similar substance and method, a Western intelligence official told CNN. The official cautioned the investigation was still in its early stages.
If a Moscow link were proved, it would plunge relations between the West and Russia to a new low.

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Re: Russian Terrorist

Post by Newt » Tue Mar 13, 2018 7:17 am

It appears that the Russian nerve agent has already been liberally applied to most of the democrat leadership and some republicans, McConnel and Ryan. What else could be the excuse for Hillary, Shumer, Schiff, Pelosi, and Waters. When was the last time an intelligent idea came from anyone in the democrat or mainstream republican party.

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