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According to British police, the Russian ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter were likely poisoned by a "gloopy substance" containing the nerve agent "novichok" which was smeared on their front door handle.
From the BBC:
A Russian ex-spy and his daughter first came into contact with the nerve agent that poisoned them at their home, police have said.That means it took at least three hours before it had any effect.
Here's the timeline the BBC released earlier:
On 4 March, at about 09:15 GMT, Mr Skripal's car was seen in Salisbury in the area of London Road, Churchill Way North and Wilton RoadThey went shopping for hours after touching a deadly nerve agent? Seems odd, does it not?
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