Substance “Novice”, who poisoned the Russian spy defector Sergei Skripal, could deliver to Salisbury his daughter Julia. Presumably, before her departure from Moscow, the unknown could infiltrate the poison with “clothes or cosmetics”, which she gave to her father. This was told by The Telegraph sources in British intelligence.
The interlocutors of the publication close to the special services reported that they no longer considered the version that the attackers had entered the territory of the United Kingdom. According to them, this complicates the investigation of the attack, which the journalists called “supported in the Kremlin.”
Sources The Telegraph consider the attack on Skripal “intentionally aimed.” At the same time, a representative of the local police, Paul Mills (Paul Mills), said in a public statement that 131 people could have been in the area of contact with the nerve agent. For medical aid, according to the constable, 46 people applied.
The police also reported that over the past few days, 24 cordon cordon zones had been created in Salisbury, in which traces of the paralytic may remain. Including the house of sergeant Nick Bailey (Nick Bailey): he was hospitalized a few hours after the violin, and his condition continues to be assessed as stably heavy.
Eleven days after the poisoning, spy defector Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia continue to be in intensive care, their condition is still assessed as critical, and on March 8 they were put into a coma.