These two men are the same

Bellingcat has brought out part two of its proof that Sergeyev and Fedotov are the same man. In a tediously long article it takes the reader down the road of four months of investigation that led to the conclusion with which it first started. Helped along the way by the western-sponsored Fontanka (named after one... Continue Reading →

An old lady’s grief for her family

Yelena Yakovlyena, ageing mother of former GRU colonel, Sergey Skripal, has filed a missing-person report for her son, whose health has reportedly deteriorated according to a "well-informed source". Remarkable where the Sun gets all its nameless sources from and not an actual person that a proper investigative journalist could question. And it is not just... Continue Reading →

Did Bellingcat get something wrong?

After writing my last blogpost about the latest Bellingcat "revelations" I decided to go looking for their man wanted for poisoning the Skripals. If what I found is correct and it is the same man, he is still living under his real name (not Fedotov) and is now the Vice Consul of the recently-opened Russian... Continue Reading →

More disinformation

Media lies regarding the Skripals continue like a torrent. Now there is a third man allegedly responsible for the so-called attempted murder of the Skripals conjured up by disinformation specialists. Sergey Fedotov, is the supposed alias of a Russian agent in this latest manifestation in a saga which has seen the Skripal house taken apart... Continue Reading →

“An Inspector Calls” – the OPCW

In J. B. Priestley's play An Inspector Calls Inspector Goole seems to know a lot about the characters he has called upon. All are under suspicion of having contributed to the death of Eva Smith, a former factory worker. As the play progresses it becomes apparent that Inspector Goole may not be a real police... Continue Reading →

The Skripals – questions galore

Fourteen questions are currently being asked of the UK government by Russia in what the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, calls a "fabricated" case. It includes questions on why the French were involved in technical issues regarding the investigation, whether the UK was producing nerve agents, what antidote was given at the scene of the... Continue Reading →

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