A resident of Amesbury Charlie Rowley, recovering from a battle poisoning toxin, intends to file lawsuit against Russia. This is stated in the message of the tabloid The Mirror.
The man will demand through the court compensation of 1 million pounds for the death of his common-law wife, says the British edition.
As reported, Rowley and his girlfriend don Sturgess found in the Park a perfume bottle Nina Ricci, which, according to the secret services of Britain, two Russians brought into the country paralytic agent “Newbie” to poison living in Salisbury double agent Sergei Skripal. The woman used “spirits” and died, Rowley was hospitalized.
Earlier, the Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko (already left the post) said that Rowley has no claims to Russia. Russia denies involvement in the incident in Salisbury and Amesbury.
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