Swindon Fire Service – in a now-deleted tweet – originally said that after a 77-mile round trip to the incident, its protective gear had not been needed, while Amesbury Police twitter account described it as drug-related. The question of how a supposedly rapidly-degrading toxin made people ill four months after the Salisbury poisoning looms large.
But one Twitter user captured the huge contradictions and strangeness of the situation and the official narrative in a single tweet:
Put this succinctly and pithily, with no frills or conspiracy-theory language, it’s hard to avoid the conclusion that we’re not being told the whole – or even real – story.
Tweet of the week.
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