Disinfo: British army nurse was near the Skripals – it’s not a coincidence

Summary

There are numerous discrepancies that give reason to doubt the official version of the Skripal Case. It is not a coincidence that the first person who gave first aid to the Skripals was the chief nurse of the British army, Alison McCourt. It is also no coincidence that she was first appointed Chief Nurse of the British Army on February 1. 2018, just a month before the incident with Skripal.

Disproof

The disinformation message was created as a series of inconsistencies, implying a UK government conspiracy behind the Skripal case. Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the Salisbury poisoning. For more details, see here.

British Police have presented a solid chain of evidence on the Skripal Case, with pictures, connecting the suspects to the locations in the case. Parts of the material have been released to the public.

See similar story reported in Disinfo Review 133 here.

publication/media

  • Reported in: Issue 134
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 23/01/2019
  • Language/target audience: German
  • Country: UK
  • Keywords: GRU, Sergei Skripal
  • Outlet: RT Deutsch
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Skripal took part in producing Trump dossier

Sergei Skripal took part in producing the Trump dossier.

The supervisor of the former GRU agent Sergei Skripal at the British intelligence office was Christopher Steele, head of the Russian division at MI6. Steele is the author of the so-called “Russian dossier” on U.S. President Donald Trump, a report that talks about the alleged link between the current White House head and the Kremlin.

Disproof

No evidence given. Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal's poisoning and US elections. 

According to the Daily Mail and The Telegraph, the original information linking Skripal to the Trump dossier, detailing Donald Trump's alleged links to the Kremlin, was posted on a LinkedIn page, which is no longer available and "proved to be false".

No Evidence of Russians’ Involvement in MH17 Disaster

There is no evidence that can prove the involvement of Russians in the MH17 crash.

Disproof

The investigation is not yet concluded, but in a report, published in May 2018, the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) established that the Boeing was shot down by a Russian “Buk” missile launcher from the “53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade of the Russian armed forces.” The same conclusions were drawn by the U.S. State Department and the U.K. Parliament’s Committee on Surveillance and Security. These conclusions were also supported by the independent research group Bellingcat.

The JIT made it clear that there are a dozen suspects. In 2018, Bellingcat established that the two people who, with the great certainty, were involved in the MH17 disaster are the two Russian army high-ranking officers: GRU officer Oleh Ivannikov and General-Colonel Nikolai Tkachev.

Mainstream media hide the truth on migration crisis in Canada

On the morning on January 21 2019, at least 13 people crossed the border illegally into Canada in only two hours. Mainstream media did not report about this; only alternative media dare telling the truth.

Disproof

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation on fluxes of migrants. No evidence provided for the alleged border crossing. The narrative of the "mainstream media hiding the truth" is a popular conspiracy theory consistent with pro-Kremlin disinformation narratives attacking and discrediting Western media, for examples see here and here.