The Skripals, Salisbury and the curious case of Dawn Sturgess’s inquest By Craig Murray

23 October 2019 — True Publica

The Skripals, Salisbury and the curious case of Dawn Sturgess's inquest

The killing of poor Dawn Sturgess was much the most serious of the events in Salisbury and Amesbury that attracted international attention. Yet nobody has been charged, no arrest warrant issued and no inquest held. The inquest for Dawn Sturgess has today been yet again postponed, for the fourth time, and for the first time no new prospective date has been given for it to open. Alarmingly, the coroner’s office are referring press enquiries to Scotland Yard’s Counter Terrorism Command – which ought to have no role in an inquest process supposed to be independent of the police.

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In Memory of Dawn Sturgess by Rob Slane

12 July 2019 — Off Guardian – The Blogmire

I said at the beginning of the year that I wanted to move on from writing on this case, unless significant developments arose. That is still my intention, and I very much hope that this will be my last piece on it.

But I couldn’t let the anniversary of the Amesbury case, in which Dawn Sturgess lost her life, pass without comment. My thanks to Duncan, Liane, and Paul especially, and many other commenters for their observations which have helped in the writing of this. It’s a long read. Here goes…

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‘Novichok’: Here we go again!

5 July 2018 — Global ResearchCraig Murray

The Amesbury Mystery. The “Novichok” Nerve Gas Used against the Skripals is “Extremely Persistent” By Craig Murray

We are continually presented with experts by the mainstream media who will validate whatever miraculous property of “novichok” is needed to fit in with the government’s latest wild anti-Russian story. Tonight Newsnight wheeled out a chemical weapons expert to tell us that “novichok” is “extremely persistent” and therefore that used to attack the Skripals could still be lurking potent on a bush in a park.

Yet only three months ago we had this example of scores from the MSM giving the same message which was the government line at that time: Continue reading

'Novichok': Here we go again!

5 July 2018 — Global ResearchCraig Murray

The Amesbury Mystery. The “Novichok” Nerve Gas Used against the Skripals is “Extremely Persistent” By Craig Murray

We are continually presented with experts by the mainstream media who will validate whatever miraculous property of “novichok” is needed to fit in with the government’s latest wild anti-Russian story. Tonight Newsnight wheeled out a chemical weapons expert to tell us that “novichok” is “extremely persistent” and therefore that used to attack the Skripals could still be lurking potent on a bush in a park.

Yet only three months ago we had this example of scores from the MSM giving the same message which was the government line at that time: Continue reading