Zakharov questioned the publication Bellingcat
The official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova questioned the publication of the research group Bellingcat, on investigation about Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirova, London suspects in the poisoning of a British spy, ex-GRU officer Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia.
“Most likely, we are talking about a special office that an undercover investigation is deliberately leaking misinformation,” wrote Zakharova in Facebook.
She also added that they no longer doubt the proximity to Bellingcat to the intelligence services.
Foreign Ministry spokesman reminded that Bellingcat a few years “monopolisitic “right to truth” in the investigation of the crash Malaysian Boeing in the sky over Ukraine”.
The website Bellingcat is open from 2014 and is investigating open data. Internet users repeatedly caught the group on the fakes.
On 5 September the British side were accused of poisoning Skrobala two Russians — Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov, whom London considers GRU agents.
September 13, Petrov and Bashirov gave an interview to RT in which he told that he came to Salisbury as tourists and didn’t know anything about Skriblah before the appearance reports of poisoning in the media.
Skrobala found unconscious in Salisbury on 4 March. After treatment both awake. According to London, they have been exposed to nerve agents a class “Beginner”, supposedly produced in Russia.
Moscow has repeatedly pointed to the unsubstantiated the allegations, and offered its assistance in investigating the incident, but the British side refuses to cooperate.