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A man who is critically ill after being exposed to an unknown substance in Wiltshire is a Russian national convicted of spying for Britain, the BBC understands.

Sergei Skripal, who is 66, was granted refuge in the UK following a "spy swap" between the US and Russia in 2010.

Police declared a major incident on Sunday after a man and a woman were reported ill in a shopping centre in Salisbury.

The substance is still unknown.

A number of locations in the city centre were cordoned off and the A&E department was closed.



http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-43295134
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Two critical after Salisbury substance 'exposure'

Two people are in a critical condition after being exposed to an "unknown substance".

Wiltshire Police were called on Sunday afternoon to help a man and a woman in Salisbury who were subsequently taken to the city's district hospital.

A number of locations in the city centre have been cordoned off and the A&E department at the hospital was closed on Monday morning.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-43289194
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BREAKING - a Russian man, who was convicted of spying for Britain, is one of 2 people critically ill -after apparently being poisoned in #salisbury. More @bbcnews
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The Independent understands that investigators are looking at potential similarities between the apparent attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and the murder of Alexander Litvinenko.
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horn Putin's intelligence goons (FSB) poisons another ex-spy in the UK, (apparently)
Seems the Putin led FSB is trying to kill more former Russians in the UK, this time poisoning two people one a former Russian Spy. Scream1

Maybe a good guy with a poison needs to take out Putin, that bad guy with some poison?

But then Trump's dirty deeds will get released so I doubt the CIA would do that. The wet work could get really messy quickly , maybe not so horrible if the various intelligence agencies kill off all of the current billionaire leaders in the world. (joking)

Former Russian spy critically ill in UK 'after exposure to substance'
Sergei Skripal, 66, and woman in 30s found unconscious on bench in Salisbury shopping centre

"Skripal’s sudden and unexplained illness will invite comparisons with the poisoning in 2006 of another Russian spy, Alexander Litvinenko, whose death sparked a major international incident.

Skripal is a former Russian army colonel who was convicted of passing the identities of Russian agents working undercover in Europe to MI6 in 2006. He arrived in the UK as part of a high-profile spy swap in 2010.

He was sentenced in August 2006 in Russia to 13 years in jail for spying for Britain after being convicted of “high treason in the form of espionage”. Russian prosecutors said he had been paid $100,000 (£72,000) by MI6 for information he had been supplying since the 1990s when he was a serving officer.

He was flown to the UK as part of an exchange that involved the notorious group of deep cover “sleeper” agents planted by Russia in the US, which included Anna Chapman, a diplomat’s daughter, being taken to Moscow.

It had been assumed that Skripal had been given a new identity, home, and pension.

Igor Sutyagin, who was swapped at the same time as Skripal and is now in the UK, said it was too early to tell whether Skripal was the victim of foul play. “We don’t know. It’s all hypothetical,” he told the Guardian.

But Sutyagin said the Kremlin’s view of defectors was clear. “Vladimir Putin was once asked what type of people populate the world. He said traitors and enemies. I was told once by a Russian diplomat in London that Putin compared me to Judas. That is their attitude.”

Sutyagin said he had chatted with Skripal for several hours when they were flown to Austria in 2010 as part of the spy swap. “He talked about his family. It seemed to me it was his family which was his major joy.” They didn’t keep in touch, Sutyagin said, adding that Skripal’s career profile suggested he had served abroad undercover as an officer with military intelligence.

Earlier on Monday there were suggestions that fentanyl, a synthetic opioid many times stronger than heroin, which can be fatal in small doses, may have been involved in the incident.

Litvinenko – a former officer with the FSB spy agency – fell ill in November 2006 after drinking a cup of tea laced with radioactive polonium. He met his killers in a ground-floor bar of the Millennium hotel in Mayfair, central London.

The pair were Andrei Lugovoi – a former KGB officer turned businessman, who is now a deputy in Russia’s state Duma – and Dmitry Kovtun, a childhood friend of Lugovoi’s from a Soviet military family.

Litvinenko’s murder caused international scandal and led to years of estrangement between Moscow and London. Putin denied all involvement and refused to extradite either of the killers from Moscow.

A public inquiry in 2015 and 2016 heard five months of evidence, including secret submissions from UK spy agencies. Its chairman, Sir Robert Owen, concluded that the FSB had murdered Litvinenko, assigning Lugovoi and Kovtun to carry out the mission."

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/m...ei-skripal

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