Sergei Skripal

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Person.png Sergei Skripal  Rdf-icon.png
(spook, double agent, triple agent?)
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BornSergei Viktorovich Skripal
1951-06-23
Kaliningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
NationalityRussian
Children • Alexandr Skripal
• Yulia Skripal
SpouseLyudmila Skripal
Victim ofChemical weapon
The Russian double agent at the heart of the Skripal affair. Possibly being held at an unknown location by UK authorities

Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal were poisoned on 4 March 2018. The UK official narrative states that was with Novichok, a nerve agent,[1] although commentators including Craig Murray find this explanation quite implausible[2] and there is speculation that fentanyl was in fact the drug used.[3]

Career

Sergei Skripal became a spook in the USSR. In 1999, as a senior Russian spook, he was recruited by Pablo Miller head of British intelligence in Tallinn working under the cover of first secretary of the British embassy in Estonia.[4] He was imprisoned in Russia, but released to the UK in an exchange of prisoners.

Miller continued to work as his handler.

Skripal Affair

Full article: Skripal Affair

On 12 April 2018, editor and writer Finian Cunningham warned that the Skripals had become "hostages of the British state.”[5]

“Far from the Skripal father and daughter being the alleged victims of a Russian assassination plot, it now seems increasingly apparent that they are being held against their will by Britain’s authorities. In short, hostages of the British state.”

Fate

Unclear.


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Related Quotation

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Orbis Business Intelligence“The @Telegraph story claiming a link between Sergei #Skripal and Christopher Steele's company Orbis is wrong, I understand. Skripal had nothing to do with Trump dossier. Skripal had nothing to do with Trump dossier.”Luke Harding2018

 

Related Documents

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:British Skripal Narrative Fails the Occam's Razor Every Step of the Wayblog post26 September 2018Rob SlaneOccam’s Verdict: Where is Sergei? He’s either dead, or he can’t be prevailed upon to make a statement backing up the official narrative, because he knows it isn’t true.
Document:Killing DiplomacyArticle15 March 2018Paul Craig Roberts
Dmitry Orlov
Sane people will choose politics over war, and sane – that is, competently governed – nations will choose diplomacy over belligerence and confrontation. If we look around in search of such incompetently governed nations, two examples readily present themselves: the United States and the United Kingdom.
Document:Muellergate and the Discreet Lies of the BourgeoisieBlog post1 April 2019Craig MurrayThe capacity of the mainstream media repeatedly to promote the myth that Russia caused Clinton’s defeat, while never mentioning what the information was that had been so damaging to Hillary, should be alarming to anybody under the illusion that we have a working “free media”.
Document:Probable Western Responsibility for Skripal Poisoningblog post28 April 2018Craig Murray
Clive Ponting
Those of us who have been in the belly of the beast and have worked closely with the intelligence services, really do know what they and the British government are capable of. They are not “white knights”.
Document:Russia Claims US Deploys Warships For Imminent Attack On Syria, Trains Militants For False Flag Attackblog post17 March 2018'Tyler Durden'United States-led coalition to "retaliate" for another false flag chemical attack done by the White Helmets in Syria
Document:Sergei Skripal - "I wanted a life outside Russia"Article28 September 2018Mark UrbanAdapted from "The Skripal Files, The Life and Near Death of a Russian Spy" by Mark Urban, to be published by Macmillan on 4 October 2018 at £20
Document:The Salisbury Poisoning One Year On - An Open Letter to the Metropolitan Policeopen letterRob Slane
Document:The Strange Case of the Russian Spy Poisoning: Sergei Skripalblog post17 March 2018Ludwig De Braeckeleer
James O'Neill
In any major criminal inquiry one of the basic questions the investigation asks is: who had the means, the motive and the opportunity? Framed in that light, the Russians come a distant fourth behind the other prime suspects: the U.S. and U.K. intelligence agencies themselves, and those elements of the deep state opposed to Donald Trump.


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