For over a week, the public has been told by British Prime Minister Theresa May, that a former Russian spy was attacked with a military nerve agent in Salisbury, UK, and that several other people fell ill after coming in contact with that former spy.
The British National Health Service has now publicly gone on record saying these claims are LIES!
In a letter to the Editor of a British newspaper, Stephen Davies, a Consultant in Emergency Medicine for the NHS Foundation Trust, says "no patients have experienced symptoms of nerve agent poisoning in Salisbury."
The British Prime Minister has been stoking anti-Russia sentiment over this; calling it "an act of war by Russia on British soil." It's all lies.
Here is a scanned image of the Letter published by the British newspaper:
The Times of London is covering this issue as follows:
Nearly 40 people have experienced symptoms related to the Salisbury nerve agent poisoning, police revealed today, as the focus of investigators shifted to the car driven by the Russian victims.
Neil Basu, the national lead for counterterrorism, also revealed that it was 40 minutes after Sergei and Yulia Skripal finished their meal at a Zizzi restaurant that they collapsed on a nearby bench.
Mr Basu, an assistant commissioner at Scotland Yard, said that 38 people, including the Skripals and Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey of Wiltshire police, had been seen in relation to the poisoning on Sunday March 4. He said that 34 of them had been assessed and discharged from hospital and that one was being monitored as an outpatient but was no longer displaying…
It seems the general public is being lied-to by the British Government, perhaps to justify a war. . .
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