The Bishop of Salisbury was skeptical about the story of Petrov and Bashirova about visiting the Cathedral
Moscow. September 14. INTERFAX.RU Bishop of Salisbury Nicholas Holtam expressed doubts about the fact that two suspects in the case of the poisoning of ex-GRU officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia had actually visited the Cathedral in Salisbury.
“This all doesn’t seem believable, isn’t it,” said Holten the radio station “Bi-bi-si” when asked to comment on the statements of the suspects, which they did during an interview with TV channel Russia Today.
Answering the journalist’s question whether there are recording from the cameras, confirming that the Russians were indeed in the Cathedral, the Bishop said: “we Have no data that would allow to match (these people — if) with the Cathedral. I think others have such data either. There is no way to prove it (the fact of visiting the Cathedral — if)”.
It is a pity that they did not stay longer in the city where they could explore the Cathedral and see the building, which is designed to love the Lord, and where there are regular prayer for the exaltation of our hearts. Here is the highest spire and a stored copy of the Magna Carta on the rule of law.Nicholas Hatemail Salisbury Newsthe Legend of the spire
Then he said, “I think they (the suspects — if) saw nothing of this, isn’t it?”.
On the eve of two suspects in the case Skipala — Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov — gave an interview to RT in which he said that he had visited Salisbury as tourists and that they are not employees of the GRU. However, they noted that in this British town is famous in the whole of Europe the Cathedral.