The Telegraph: third poisoner Skrobala left in the UK
The third suspect in the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Sergey Fedotov remained in the UK, at the last moment getting off the plane, reports The Telegraph, citing sources.
He arrived in the UK on the same day that two other suspects, Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov and had to fly to Russia with them, but at the last moment he picked up his Luggage and did not Board the plane, the sources said. The publication attributes this to the fact that he became aware that Skrypali survived. “He still can roam the country”, — said the interlocutor of the edition.
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Previously, the newspaper reported that on March 4, he left the Kingdom along with the other two suspects the Russians. According to the Telegraph, Sergei Fedotov also is an officer of Russian military intelligence and was involved in planning the attack in Salisbury.
Skrypali was poisoned in March, and later both went on the mend and was discharged from the hospital. According to the UK, to the poisoning involved in the Russian exploration and, in particular, Lord Petrov and Bashirov, which London calls the GRU. According to Bellingcat and The Insider, the real name of Mr. Bashirov — Anatoly Chapiha and Mr Petrov — Alexander Mishkin. Moscow denies all charges.
Earlier, The Telegraph reported that Skrypali after poisoning continue to live in the South of England. According to the publication, they remain under the supervision of doctors and protected by the intelligence services.
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