Suspects Skripal case called secret agents

Suspects Skripal case called secret agents

World September 14, 2018 18:48

london - The journalistic research network Bellingcat has found, in cooperation with The Insider Russia, indications that the suspects in the Skripal case do have links with the Russian secret service.

This was determined on the basis of their passport and flight data. The original travel documents were issued in the name of Alexander Yevgenyevich Petrov and Ruslan Timurovich Bosjirov in 2009. For that year the two have never been registered anywhere.

That is reason to assume that an intelligence service gave them a date of birth. It is also striking that in the passport file of one of them the note 'extreme secret' can be found several times.

The duo said in an interview with the state channel RT that they have nothing to do with the murder attempt on former double spy Sergej Skripal. They were as tourists in Salisbury to view this beautiful city. That trip was long established, they told on TV.

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