So our timeline becomes: March 4th: Skripals are poisoned.March 26th: Two suspected GRU agents arrested trying to break into or hack the Spiez lab.
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They were suspected to be GRU agents and reportedly had equipment to help them break into the lab, which was examining samples from both Salisbury and from suspected chemical weapons attacks in Syria.
The two men — who have not been named or identified in any way — were sent back to Russia so none of this will ever be placed before a court or properly examined.
September 14th: First news reports of March 26th arrests and deportations.
At the time of Lavrov’s claim about BZ I wondered why, if they genuinely had a copy of reports from the Spiez lab, why RT didn’t publish them.
Instead they waited until months later to announce the news, in the midst of a disinformation war between the British and Russian governments.
While they probably intended for this to support the British government version, given the timeline above it appears to do the opposite by making the BZ claim more credible.
On the flipside we have the question of why wasn’t this reported at the time?
‘Russian intelligence tries to hack lab examining Skripal samples’ would have been a potent headline back in late March/early April, and would have helped bolster the official British government narrative.
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The last 24 hours of the Novichok saga has seen a new twist — European media are widely reporting that two Russian spies were caught attempting to either hack or break into the Spiez laboratory in Switzerland that was examining samples from the Salisbury poisoning.