Saturday, March 10, 2018

The Vengeance Of Vladimir Putin Knows No Bounds, Says Frederick Forsyth

Frederick Forsyth, a columnist for the British newspaper the Express and the author of The Day of Jackal and other classic thrillers, weighs in on the attempted assassination of a former GRU defector and his daughter in the United Kingdom.

There are three things we should all be very clear about regarding the events in Salisbury last Sunday. The first is that the attempt to kill Sergei Skripal and his daughter was a carefully planned contracted hit. 

The second is that the level of technology and planning involved mean it could have derived only from the resources of a nation state.
And the only possibly nation state is Russia.

The third thing is that inside Russia no one would dare for one moment undertake such a contract killing without the personal sanction of the man at the very top: Vladimir Putin.

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