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By Yuliya Talmazan
1; A British police in the center of Sergei Skripal spy saga says his family “lost everything” because he accidentally polluted his home with poisonous Nervous Novichok.
It. Sgt. Nick Bailey has talked for the first time how his encounter with a fatal nerve agent changed his life. Wiltshire Police / via AP
In his first interview since the poisoning, Det. Sgt. Nick Bailey told him how he was the first officer in Skripal’s house in Salisbury, England, after the doubler and his daughter Yulia were unaware on a bench on March 4.
Even though he was wearing a full forensic suit on time, Bailey began to feel sick a short while later.
“My students were like pinpricks. And I was pretty sweaty and hot,” Bailey told BBC’s “Panorama” program.
Oware a deadly nervous matter was at stake, Bailey returned home, provided he felt sick because he was tired and tried to sleep off it.
Bailey hurried to hospital the following day, where he spent weeks struggling for his life.
“It was terrible,” recalled Bailey. “I was confused, I did not know what was happening and that was really scary.”
The authorities later decided that the Scriptals were poisoned with Novichok, one of the world’s most deadly nerves. The police believe the substance was sprayed on the door handle in Skripal’s house.
Since the poisoning, Baileys family has not been able to return to their polluted homes.
“Not only did we lose the house, we lost all our possessions, including everything that the kids owned,” he said. We lost all that, the cars … we lost everything. And yes, it has been very difficult to agree. “
” Panorama “quoted Officer responsible for the Skripal survey saying that the nerve remains in the fake perfume container used to poison ex-spy and his daughter could have killed thousands of people.
A fake perfume box as investigators say wearing a bottle containing Novichok. Metropolitan Police / AFP – Getty Images
A bottle of Novichok in it recovered after another British poisoning that became deadly July.
“When we found it, there was a significant amount of Novichok containment in the bottle,” said Deputy Deputy Commissioner Dean Haydon, Senate Committee Coordinator for Terrorism Policy. “The amount that was found in the bottle and how it was applied to Skripal’s home address was completely ruthless. “
In the aftermath of The event told Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May that it was very likely that Russia was responsible for the attack – An assertion Moscow has strongly denied.
In September, the British authorities left two men in absentia. Both are believed to be Russian spies.
The day later, the duo arrived and interviewed state-funded RT, claiming that there were tourists interested in seeing Salisbury Cathedral and its historical clock.
“Our friends had suggested that we visit this wonderful city for a long time,” said one of the suspects when asked about what investigators say was a 60-hour visit to the United Kingdom