Parents of Skripals "poisoner" leave village hastily
None of the neighbors know the reasons the family had to move.
The parents of Alexander Petrov, the suspect in Skripal poisoning, who is referred to as a GRU officer Alexander Mishkin, left their home village in the Arkhangelsk region in haste, their neighbors said.
The parents of Petrov-Mishkin "had to leave" the village of Lomovatka, Dozhd reported. Alexander Lisichkin of the neighboring Loiga settlement said that Mishkin was a military doctor and worked in Chechnya. “I don’t believe I have to explain what being a military doctor means. They don’t become Heroes of Russia for nothing," he said.
Earlier, the former KGB agent Boris Karpichkov said that Petrov was to kill Christopher Steele, the ex-spy who made the shocking Trump Dossier. A retired KGB colonel, Mikhail Lyubimov, said the statement was a "joke." "The history of the Soviet government has had no cases whatsoever when hostile foreigners were killed," the National News Service quoted him as saying.
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