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Russians Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov, whom British authorities suspect in the poisoning of the former GRU Colonel Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia spent the night before the attack in Salisbury, using marijuana and having fun with a prostitute. This writes the newspaper The Sun with reference to the hotel I was staying at the men.
As the newspaper notes, one of the guests said that I. D. Petrov and Bashirova according to photos published by the British police. According to him, on the eve of the poisoning from the room where the Russians have lived, smelled the smell of marijuana, which is well felt in the hallway. “It was about seven o’clock in the evening,” he said.
Later, according to the witness, in the room the Russians came to the woman. “I think it was a prostitute. They have had sex. Definitely. I heard they are very loud and long had sex,” said the guest, complaining loud party continued all night.
Before Petrov and Bashirov left the hotel, they had a conflict with the staff, said the interlocutor of the edition. According to him, this was due to the unruly behavior of men.
13 Sep RT has published an interview with Bocharovym and Petrov. In it, they denied its links with Russian intelligence and said that doing business in the field of sports nutrition and the fitness industry. In Salisbury, according to them, they were on a tourist visit and was going to see the local Cathedral.
The British government accused Petrov and Bashirova attempted Skripal 5 Sep. According to the Prime Minister of great Britain Theresa may, these men work for the Russian military intelligence, and with great probability was sanctioned by the Kremlin.
Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia was poisoned in British Salisbury in March of this year. The British government claimed that a former GRU Colonel, was 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.
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