Second British Police Officer Poisoned During Skripal Assassination Attempt

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Counter-terrorism detectives confirmed on Thursday a second police officer was poisoned during the Salisbury novichok attack targeting a former Russian spy last year, according to The Independent. Scotland Yard said there were traces of the deadly poison discovered in a blood sample of the police officer present at the attack targeting Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, who both survived after fighting for their lives. Another policeman was left critically ill after he searched through their home. The ongoing investigation revealed the second poisoning of a Wiltshire police officer by testing at the UK’s top-secret laboratory Porton Down. The officer “displayed signs at the time” of...

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