There is another “irrefutable proof” of the Russian involvement into the Skripal poisoning case.
According to The Sunday People, British counter terror police have identified a Russian assassin connected to the Salisbury poisonings – a 54-year-old former FSB spy – codename Gordon.
“Detectives believe there was a team of six behind the novichok chemical attack on double agent Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33,” The Sunday People’s article says adding that the UK’s intelligence services have compiled a list of key suspects involved in last month’s attack in the poisoning incident.
They even have Gordon’s photo:
Do you see yourself in this photo? It looks that all the locals should be carefully because they can be identified as Russian assassin “Gordon”.
The UK provided this new “irrefutable proof” of the Russian involvement as their version of the incident clearly collapses. The OPCW was not able to identify the origin of the nerve agent used in the poisoning. The Swiss state laboratory Spiez released results of its independent investigation saying that the substance used was an agent called BZ, which had been never produced in Russia, but was in service in the US, UK, and other NATO states.
So, the only proofs that London is able provide are speculations and PowerPoint presentations with speculations. Despite this, the UK and its allies have expulsed a number of Russian diplomats and continue their attempts to pressure Russia over the case.