An investigation into Skrobala attracted superrationality


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An investigation into Skrobala attracted unique detectives, reports Sky News.

According to the channel, two members of the special detachment “superapostles” engaged in search of suspects in the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in British Salisbury.

Detectives have a special memory for faces. They watched the footage of the CCTV cameras in places where presumably could be people, of extradition, which the UK requires. They have become part of the team that looked to be about five thousand hours of recordings from cameras in Salisbury, Heathrow airport and other places.

According to the former chief detective of Scotland Yard, Mick Neville, who formed the group “superrationality”, unique abilities of the detectives played a key role in the investigation of the incident.

Skripal and his daughter Julia was found unconscious in the Park in Salisbury on 4 March. British authorities accused Russia of involvement in the poisoning. They argued that the former Colonel GRU has been attacked with nerve agents of the Novice class, developed in the USSR. In this regard, the country had been expelled dozens of Russian diplomats. Moscow has done likewise, stressing unfounded nature of the charges. Later, the Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) was unable to confirm the origin of the toxin.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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