The Metropolitan Police Service has just announced that they found – on Wednesday – a bottle containing Novichok toxin at the home of Charlie Rowley, one of the victims of the recent Amesbury poisoning. No information about how it is meant to have arrived there has been released, although Mr Rowley is now conscious.
No conclusions can be drawn until more information is available, but the comments of his brother about Rowley getting ‘involved with that lot’ – which the BBC recently failed to explore during an interview – suddenly loom larger.
Rowley’s partner, Dawn Sturgess, died tragically as a result of her exposure to the toxin.
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