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The men, who allegedly used the aliases Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov to smuggle nerve agent into the UK in a James Bond-inspired perfume bottle, told state-funded TV station RT the theory is ‘complete bulls***’. They claim they were only in Salisbury for an hour because of gaps in the Sunday train service to London and said if they stumbled upon Sergei Skripal’s house it was only by accident. Scotland Yard and MI5 say they are GRU spies sent to murder Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia after carrying enough novichok to wipe out 4,000 civilians into Britain on a plane from Russia. During their extraordinary and brazen cover story the men claimed they now fear for their lives and demanded an apology from Britain if they find the true assassins. But within minutes of their stage-managed TV appearance today it was branded ‘Kremlin managed propaganda’ a and the PM’s spokesman called their account ‘obfuscation and lies’. Salisbury MP John Glen tweeted: ‘Delighted that Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Borishov were able to see the world-class attractions that Salisbury has to offer. But very strange to come all this way for just two days while carrying Novichok in their luggage’. Critics also pointed out the men said they failed to cope with ‘slush’ despite reportedly living in Siberia, where there is often snow on the ground for half the year.
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