Did Russia do the Nerve Gas Assassination?
- A botched attack on an unimportant paid traitor of Russian origin is called a planned aggression by Putin.
- Russia’s demand that Britain follow the standard and agreed rules for accusations about illegal use of nerve gas is treated as proof of guilt.
- A demand for hard evidence and a reminder of the massive lying over the Iraq war is treated as weakness or treason by most of the British press.
- It’s not that hard to make nerve gas. A small Japanese sect attacked other Japanese in 1995, killing several.
I disagree with Novichok translation in English. Novichok in Russian means a person lacking experience, i.e. Rookie is correct word in English. Newcomer in Russian in “noven’kiy” (a person not seen earlier).
The great read is the article. Thank you very much.
Thanks. But I simply quoted the Wiki.