UK military will carry out deconstruction work on part of Skripal’s house – reports

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UK authorities have been conducting a decontamination operation in the Skripals’ house ever since the former Russian spy and his daughter were allegedly poisoned with a nerve agent in March 2018. Russia suspects that the UK has been actively destroying evidence in the case the entire time. Wiltshire Council has warned neighbours of poisoned Sergei Skripal that deconstruction work will be carried out at the former Russian spy’s house and that this will last for up to four months, The Guardian reported, citing a letter from the council director of public of health, Tracy Daszkiewicz. According to the letter, contractors will first construct a “sealed frame” around Skripal’s house and the adjoined garage. After that, a team of military specialists will arrive at the site to remove the roofs of both the garage and the house. “This phase includes the removal of the house roof and garage roof at No 47 [Christie Miller Road]. All materials will be wrapped and sealed on site before being…

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