“Two Joes-Never-Caught”: Russia’s UN Envoy Slams British Allegations Over Skripal Case

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"Two Joes-Never-Caught": Russia's UN Envoy Slams British Allegations Over Skripal Case

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On September 6th, the UN Security Council held a meeting in New York to discuss the Skripal Case.

In response to UK accusations that Russia poisoned the ex-spy, Russia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya, cited by Sputnik, said that the new data provided by London was based on the same repeated lies.

“To be frank we very much hoped that today we’d hear something convincing that sheds light on this mysterious incident, unfortunately, our expectations were not met once again,” Nebenzia said. “In today’s statement, we heard the same repeated lies.”

The representative also said that the UK has refused all Russian requests to co-operate on the investigation. “London needs this story for just one purpose: to unleash a disgusting anti-Russia hysteria and to involve other countries in this hysteria,” Nebenzia said.

He even mocked the investigation saying that “we have a joke in Russia about a ‘Joe-never-caught’, called so because nobody is trying to catch him. It seems that what we have been offered is two Joes-never-caught.”

He further commented on the nonsensical manner of the crime, which used an agent that sent a police officer unconscious within seconds, however Sergey Skripal and his daughter Yulia somehow survived for hours after the incident. He questioned an assassination attempt that left the assassination targets alive.

The UK Ambassador to the UN Karen Pierce said that London has “clear evidence” of Russia’s involvement in the Salisbury poisoning incident.

She also announced that the UK had obtained an arrest warrant for two Russian individuals who are allegedly responsible for the Skripal poisoning.

“This evidence is being sufficient for our independent prosecuting authorities to bring criminal charges in relation to Salisbury attack and to issue European arrest warrants,” Pierce said. “With respect to these two individuals, we have obtained a European arrest warrant and we will shortly issue an Interpol Red Notice.”

Karen Pierce also said that the UK might consider expanding sanctions on Russia in light of the new findings.

This all follows a development on September 5th in which the UK police press service revealed photos of alleged suspects in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter. The two men were said to be Russian nationals.

The men are thought to have used aliases Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov when they travelled to the UK to allegedly poison the Skripals. The Sun reported that security experts are understood to have fingerprint and iris data for the two men – which means biometric technology should be able to unmask their real identities.

CCTV footage appeared to show the men “moments” before the poisoning on March 4th, which failed to kill the Skripals. The Sun cited police that the two men left the country hours later.

Police officers, searching their room on May 4 – almost two months after the attack in Salisbury – are said to have discovered minute traces of Novichok. Police said Novichok was brought into Britain in a Nina Ricci ‘Premier Jour’ perfume bottle with a specially made poison applicator.

On September 5th, British Prime Minister Theresa May told the Commons the suspects were members of the Russian Military Intelligence Service and were not carrying out a “rogue operation.”

“Based on a body of intelligence, the Government has concluded that the two individuals named by the police and CPS are officers from the Russian military intelligence service, also known as the GRU,” she said.

The British Prime Minister confirmed that Petrov and Boshirov have been charged with conspiracy to murder Sergei Skripal; the attempted murder of Sergei and Yulia Skripal and Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey.

In a joint statement with Scotland Yard, the CPS said: “There is sufficient evidence to charge two Russian nationals named as Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov with offences including conspiracy to murder over the Salisbury nerve agent attack.”

The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov once again denied any Russian role in the poisoning. “Russia had nothing to do with the events in Salisbury. Russia is not involved in these events in any way. We view any accusations against the Russian leadership to be unacceptable. Yesterday, Mrs. May spoke about the possible involvement of the top Russian leadership. We reiterate that neither the top leadership, nor the leadership of the ranks below, nor any official authorities had or have anything to do with the events in Salisbury. There can be no question about this, and any assumptions or accusations on this subject are inadmissible,” he said

Peskov added that Moscow has no new information about the attack because Britain has refused to share case files. “In order to check the identity [of the two men suspected by UK prosecutors], in order for us to have legal grounds to check their identities, we must receive a request to do so by the British side. … There is such a thing as customary practice. And from the very beginning, the Russian side offered cooperation on investigating the circumstances” of the poisoning, Peskov said.

As reported by the Sun, the breakthrough in the Skripal case came after cops collected 4,000 hours of CCTV and 2,300 exhibits since March.

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  • You can call me Al

    I can only apologise for the total, incompetent twats running and humiliating my Cunt.ry. Shame on them and shame on my fellow citizens (and me) for not picking up our pitchforks.

    We are the laughing stock of the World. 10-1 these 2 Ukrainians are getting paid well, with my taxes.

    • Alan

      Your from the UK then?

      • You can call me Al

        Absolutely. Manchester, England to be precise and proud of it, as I am of anywhere outside London.

        • Tommy Jensen
        • That Guy

          Migrant or native origin? Just curious.

          • You can call me Al

            I am a black Muslim LGBT thing…… or just the opposite, take your pick.

            PS 1,000,0000 to odds that I am the latter.

          • That Guy

            Oh alright, nice to see you again.

            Bcz for some reason I thought you are Iranian, that reason is your previous profile picture, the one with the 313 thing and the Zulfiqar sword in the middle, that’s some Shia symbolism. Just sayin…

          • You can call me Al

            Oh I see. The 313 thing was actually from an article on here, stating some group of pro-Assad forces had kicked off, to fight the SDF and the US. No mention of it from that 1 article.

            Apologies for my reaction and God bless Palestine.

    • TiredOfBsToo

      It’s difficult to dislodge the mouthpieces of the aristocracy/plutocracy running the UK, but can be done through elections; assuming of course they are done honestly. The problem lies in removing the aristocracies/plutocracies destroying the country, the same can be said for the US.

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        if you understand that through elections especially in what is called west, there is absolute no way to vote any one but their own boys and girls then you also understand that what you saying in another reality it may have worked but in this where we live now and base on the facts on the ground you are speaking of something that even in theory can not be done.

        • TiredOfBsToo

          Oh it can be done. Trump (regardless of what one thinks of him) was proof of that as he was not vetted by the Deep State which you can readily witness by observing the assault on him from all orifices of the Deep State since he attained office. You can also observe the same thing happening in the vassal states where the aristocracies / plutocracies are concerned about both right leaning and true progressive individuals attaining office in their next elections however, those offices are still only facades of power. The real power lies in their respective aristocracies / plutocracies.

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            what you mistake with Trump is where he belongs since birth and the fact that within that group power is changing hands. Same shit different name. By if you chose to believe what you believe eventually life will eliminate this illusion from you.

          • TiredOfBsToo

            I have no illusions. If you really understood what I said, you’d realize this.

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            k where you throw me off, is you separate trump from the deep state as you call it. Now the power among the puppets and low level within this organization changing hands and they also have power and use it, defending their positions within the organization. The head is the same, never changes as well the strategy and the targets the only thing that changes is how to get there.

            Understood what you saying also understand what I am saying we not in disagreement. But is time facts to be called as they are in black and white

          • TiredOfBsToo

            The major ruckus in the US for the last 2 years and counting over Trump, is that Trump wasn’t vetted to be the public spokesperson (the face) representing the Deep State in office. He’s not a member of the Deep State, but he is certainly surrounded by them and not able to actually plot an independent course. Probably the only thing that the Deep State and Trump are in agreement with, is Israel. Trump is just a rich guy who made his money in real estate. If he had been one of their own, they wouldn’t have spent so much time targeting him like they have from the moment he won the election. If he does follow through on some of things he wanted. like getting rid of NATO or getting out of Syria, the Deep State would either terminate him politically or like the CIA did with Kennedy, when Kennedy fired the head of the CIA and threatened to smash the CIA into a million pieces. The Deep State are those figures that no one votes for. They are the intelligence heads + think tanks + Military Industrial Complex. The Military Industrial Complex are the corporations and their lobbyists who benefit from weapons productions and wars. The lobbyist groupings would, aside from the weapons manufacturers, include Zionist and Wahabi lobbyists out to smash their opponents in the Middle East. When threats of peace emerge, the Stock Market drops. If peace should ever actually break out, the country would probably be bankrupted.

            So you see, we are actually in agreement. :)

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            yes we are

        • Sinbad2

          The problem lies with the people, in most countries people will simply not vote for someone who is not part of the establishment. If they do, that non establishment candidate is hounded.
          Here in Australia we had a small Donald Trump, in the form of Pauline Hanson.
          Years after she left politics they were still hounding her, trying to get her put in prison.
          As Marx inferred, the only solution is revolution.

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            understand this and you understand everything. There is no one in any system who run for politician and win that the system dont approve and is not one of them 100%.

            this is fact & reality of the western system. As for revolution it will not happen so………. war on the other hand I give it 10 to 1 , that will happen. Is already two systems running in the same space and for one to exist the other must become extinct. It pass long time ago the line of no return.

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            p.s. if you want to understand what I said dont see what the politicians claim to be representing ideology wise, but what they vote when voting time for them come and you get what I mean.

          • Sinbad2

            Of course, but the people must, should know the politicians lie, because they do it so often.
            Actually most politicians start out with good intentions, but because they cannot have an intelligent discourse with voters, the honest ones leave, only the unscrupulous remain to rise to the top.

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            k if you think so but answer me this. Like a lawyer also a politician knows all his carrier is based as how well he can manipulate the truth and always promise what he know in advance he will never deliver, can have good intentions?

    • Jim Bim

      All EU ( not Austria ) leaders + the US and citizens who are not challenging this hoax and who have jumped on this hoax wagon…are a laughing stock.

    • Graeme Rymill

      lol…even Putin now admits these two men are Russian

      • You can call me Al

        Actually no he hasn’t. He said “IF the 2 men are Russian”; but whatever. Cheers.

        • Graeme Rymill

          Earlier on Wednesday, Putin said that Russian authorities were aware of who the two alleged suspects in the Skripal case were. “We have found them just to figure out who they are. There is nothing special and criminal about them, believe me,” Putin said, adding that the two were civilians.
          http://tass.com/politics/1021308

          • You can call me Al

            My ignorant mistake then, my apologies.

      • You can call me Al

        You apparently are correct, sorry I had not heard of that.

  • Mikronos

    They have laboured mightily, and brought forth the proverbial mouse.

  • Merijn
    • Alan
      • Merijn

        They did it…it was them! They Poisoned them Skripals with Novichok..everyone dies from it Execept Them Skripals…Lucky Bastards…. I saw it myself….really got to believe me…because I am the King of Great Britain & Beyond….

      • You can call me Al

        Very good, LOL.

    • Barba_Papa

      Didn’t I say its better to be presented with false evidence then no evidence at all? Now at least it can be picked apart. Whereas a negative cannot be disproven.

      • Merijn

        I Have Learned:
        Fool me once, Shame on You…
        Fool me twice, Shame on Me…

        So basically everything comin’ from their Mouths these days is automatically a Lie….that is the simple consequence of their actions….

        • russ

          They, UK, are trapped by their lie. It’s not like they can admit that, “of heh heh folks we were just kidding about this”. The physical existence of the Skripals has become a real problem for UK now too.

    • russ

      … and and these guys were carrying around yeller cake… “bzzz bzzz bzzz” oh, sorry, wrong script…. but but we found their passports on the sidewalk… “bzzz bzzz…”

    • You can call me Al

      Sorry, but what am I supposed to see in the first picture ?; help me out please.

      • Merijn

        These Folk’s Pictures were taken at exact the same time…they move real fast….16:22:43 both of’m

    • Dušan Mirić

      Perhaps some decent man deliberately did it as diversion, to show us they are not all going insane

      • Merijn

        I hope so…. would bring back a little faith in good folks trying to expose the Evil that is out there

  • zman

    Britain has ‘clear evidence’…every bit as ‘clear’ as the CW attack intel, right? MH17 data? Maidan shooting? Yes, MI6 is right on top of things…literally.

    • Merijn

      They are not even capable of checkin’ their own “Created” Evidence for any Flaws or inconsistencies…those Guys are a drama & should be Fired….I would kick them out of my Office…Dishonorable Discharge….it is so stupid that it looks like they did it on purpose….

  • zman

    The UK should not forget to mention these are time travelers. Both at the same exact place at exactly the same second? Cool.

    • zman

      Some reader came up with the answer to the timestamp…it was a photo from an adjacent line…at the same time. At least Brit intel isn’t as stupid as originally thought, they remain simply bought.

  • Jamie9260

    Just hanging under right by the cameras exactly what a top tier military intelligence agency does? It does not matter what side you on with this issues it this is getting stupid!

  • dall1997

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    H︁e︁r︁e︁ ̩︁️︁o︁︁n : t︁u︁︁4︁a︁︁.︁m︁︁e︁/︁︁g︁︁a︁l︁l︁e︁r︁y︁3︁3︁5︁7︁︁8︁︁7 ❤️

  • Tommy Jensen

    I dont understand the problem. Every policestation make mistakes when they collect evidence. Some evidences are mistakes, others not.
    In fact the Police has the right to provide false evidences and lie in court. Its up to the courts and the judge to see through the lies.
    Thats why a defense lawyer was invented. Russia should contract a lawyer and he should say a lie and some truth in favour of Russia.
    Thats the game, and you guys cant change that because you are the sheeple.
    Hereafter its up to the court and the judge!

  • RichardD
  • RichardD

    This is a tutorial that explains how the British make fake security videos:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kw1gjtyj9bs