With relatives of the victims are employees of the British special services
The British don Sturgess, which poisoned nervously-paralytic substance new to Amesbury, passed away.
This became known thanks to the publication Reuters.
Law enforcement officers tried to find out how 44-year-old don Sturgess and 45-year-old Charlie Rowley infected with a dangerous substance.
The incident was reported by the Sturgess family. With her relatives working employees of special services. Thus, on 8 July 2018 mother don Sturgess said that the police “keeps family in the dark,” without providing details regarding toxicity.
30 June 2018 on the southern edge of the English town of Amesbury was discovered 44-year-old don Sturgess from neighboring Salisbury and its local 45-year-old boyfriend Charles Rowley: both were unconscious. Have worked in a newly built house on Milton road doctors five hours later also appeared symptoms of poisoning.
We will remind, earlier it was reported that the Minister of internal Affairs of great Britain Sajid Javid said that the UK does not intend to impose new sanctions against Russia after the poisoning of two of its citizens in Amesbury. About it reports The Guardian. According to the diplomat, the Kingdom is not yet confident in the fact that the second case of poisoning “Newbie” involved the Russians.
“We know that in March the crime was involved the Russians. And now we don’t have enough information,” – said the head of the British Ministry of the interior.
The Minister also noted that so far we only know that these people were poisoned by the same substance, and former Russian GRU officer Sergey Skripal and his daughter Julia in Salisbury.
As reported by the portal “Znayu” paralytic agent “Newbie” to remain in the British Salisbury for many years and threaten the lives of its residents, since the toxin is almost impossible to detect. As one of the developers of substances Vladimir Uglev, “Rookie” is particularly stable, but its stability depends on climatic factors. The scientist explained that under direct sunlight or on a flat metal surface the poison evaporates quickly. At the same time, it can persist for a long time in cold and dry conditions, having soaked into a soft, uneven surface. The researcher also confirmed the possibility that the second case is poisoning “the Rookie” two people close to Salisbury is associated with an unused portion of poison.