Pick Your Poison: What the Nerve Attack in the U.K. Tells Us About Russia

“Using such a weaponized Russian nerve agent to kill a Russian traitor is clearly telegraphing guilt” writes Joe Pappalardo for Targeting the former agent with a rare nerve agent is, frankly, overkill.Plus, there are much easier ways to create plausible deniability around an assassination than to use a nerve agent the West knows you’ve developed.Skripal and his daughter were poisoned with a military-grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia,” she said.Skripal and his daughter were victims of a rare nerve agent called Novichok, a weapon that seems to point to Moscow as the perpetrator.

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