July 12, 2018  |  Updated July 12, 2018

#PutinAtWar: No Traction for Kremlin After Amesbury

By Donara Barojan
(Source: @DFRLab)

On June 30, two British nationals were found unconscious at their home in Amesbury after being exposed to an unknown substance. Four days later, on July 4, the Met police confirmed the pair was exposed to Novichok, the same nerve agent that was used to poison Sergei and Julia Skripal less than four months earlier.

This development revitalized public interest in the Skripal case and caused a new wave of pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives and conspiracy theories targeting the ongoing investigations.

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