A case in which a former Russian spy was poisoned has recently ignited an uproar. It was originally a spy scene in a movie that has now been staged in reality.
The spy named SergieScribble, 66 years old.
On the afternoon of March 4th, Scribel was shopping at the mall with his 33-year-old daughter, Yulia. There was no sign of this. The two suddenly fell down. Next, I fall into an unconscious state. Even the first police officer who discovered this stunned father and daughter was sent to an intensive care unit and is in critical condition.
According to British police investigations, Scribel and her daughter were poisoned. At present, the father and daughter and the police are still in a coma, but the situation in Scriphal is even more serious.
Scripper’s life is a nervous agent. This highly toxic chemical can stop the nervous system from working and shut down the body, usually through the mouth or nose into the body, but also through the eyes or skin. Therefore, the first police officer who discovered this father and daughter was also poisoned.
According to surveillance, in the afternoon of the same day, the father and daughter of Scribel used to eat at a nearby restaurant before patronizing a bar.
A speculation that this nerve agent is likely to be brought back by Yulia himself. Yulia is a businessman whose business is mainly in Moscow. Before returning to the UK, a friend gave her a gift and asked her to bring her father. As a result, the father and the woman poisoned when they opened the gift at the mall (or restaurant).
Another hypothesis is that there is a killer who places neurotoxic agents in the food or drink of Scrippel's father and daughter. A man and a woman who had appeared in the crime scene have now entered the police's suspicion.
Scribble is a double-sided spy.
He once worked in the Russian military intelligence department. He was the colonel's rank and transferred to the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1999 and worked until 2003.
In 2004, Skripal was arrested in Moscow. He later admitted that in 1995 he was rebelled by the British MI6 (MI6) and provided The spy list of the Russian military intelligence department hiding in various European countries received a reward of 100,000 U.S. dollars.
In August 2006, Scrippal was sentenced to 13 years in prison by the Moscow military court. In 2010, he was released in a spy swap between the United States and Russia. After being granted asylum in the United Kingdom, he was considered one of the most important spies in Britain at the time.
Scripri has new identities, houses and pensions when he arrives in the UK. A new life begins in Salisbury, Salt County.
Scrippal was arrested in 2004.
Good days did not last long.
Scribble has a child and a woman with her wife, but his wife died of cancer in 2012.When he died, his son died in a car accident in St. Petersburg in 2017, leaving him and his daughter alone.
When his wife and children died, Scrippier knew that things were not so simple. He once said to a relative: Since he became the "double-sided spy," he knew he would not have a good end and would not be left alone.
According to police information, the death of Scribel’s wife and children is indeed flawed. In particular, his wife said that he died of cancer in his death certificate, but her neighbor claimed that she had died in a car accident. At present, the police have also investigated this.
Scripper and the lawyer in 2006.
Given Scripper’s special identity and known evidence The British police categorized the incident as a major and intentional murder. The British media is currently pointing the skeptical arrow to Russia.
Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on March 6 that he will thoroughly investigate the case. "If the Kremlin is found responsible, Britain will Strong response."
The British Prime Minister Theresa May also made it clear that if the shadow of Russia is found behind the incident, the British government may consider boycotting the World Cup football hosted in Russia. Race, "depending on the results of the investigation...The government may look to see if (deputy cabinet ministers) and other senior officials participate in the Russian World Cup."
The Russian side is naturally not to be outdone. Its Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zaharova described Boris as a nonsense.
Some Russian voice believes that the Scrippel incident was a British plan to breakThe reputation of bad Russian President Vladimir Putin has disrupted the Russian presidential election that will begin on March 18.
This is not the first time that the British and Russian sides have caused a diplomatic crisis because of a spying incident. The "strong Litvinenko case" more than a decade ago was a noisy one at that time. The turmoil continues.
Litvinenko is a former agent of the Russian Federal Security Service. He was forced to go into exile in the UK and was granted political asylum in 2000. He then began to serve the British intelligence service and obtained British citizenship.
In November 2006, Litvinenko and former Russian Security Agency former agents Andre Lugovoi and Dmitry Coveton suddenly became ill after meeting at a hotel in London and died a week later.
Afterwards, the police detected thorium-210 radioactive elements in the teacups he used. Litvinenko issued a statement before his death that Putin had already ordered an assassination on him.
In 2007, the British demanded the extradition of Lugovoi and Covton to the United Kingdom for trial and was rejected by Russia. Subsequently, Russia and Britain expelled several diplomats from each other and caused a diplomatic turmoil.
July 2014, “Lee After seven years of cooling, the United Kingdom began the investigation again.
At that time, British High Court Judge Irwin announced a length of 338 pagesThe trong> report, in addition to affirming the cause of Litvinenko’s death, also identified two former Russian agents who met with Litvinenko as perpetrators and stated that they were “probably” at the time being the Russian Federation Intelligence Agency. Putlushev, the person in charge, and even Putin himself.
This report, however, does not "provide any evidence directly corroborating the death of Putin and Litvinenko" and is untenable. .
As for why the British suddenly made a stir in 2014 Turning Litvinenko's case upside down, there are many analyses. For example, at the time Britain and Russia had cooperation on Syria and anti-terrorism issues. The British side hopes to use this as a bargaining chip to negotiate with Russia; Many people are dissatisfied with Cameron’s "appeasement policy toward Russia." This move can indicate the government's tough attitude.
The political motive behind the case is far more “exciting” than the case itself.
In recent years, there have been no Less opposition to Putin’s “Unknown death”, including the exiled Russian rich man Berezovsky, who died in March 2013 and died strangely in the suburbs of London, was shot in the middle of the night of February 27, 2015, killed in an eccentric shooting in the center of Moscow. Leader, former Deputy Prime Minister Nemtsov and others.
But there is no direct evidence that these are related to Putin.
Nemtsov shot dead.
We have seen too much of the drama of the gods fighting. The politics of this game has always been puzzling.
At present, the Scrippier case, known as Litvinenko 2.0, is under intense investigation and is constantly updated. The details are disclosed, but what exactly is the truth? Hope that the truth will not be dressed as a little girl. P>
Author: Wang difficult p> < p>Comprehensive from: Xinhua News Agency, Global Times, etc.