Russian disinformation and the ‘lab of death’ – BBC News
Russian disinformation and the ‘lab of death’ – BBC News American skip Kimberly Decepticon Center, the source of the allegations against America open the full head of Georgia. State security evolve, yoga Now kill, Gus’s website says this is proof, but experiments on humans did take place. Yet the Georgian citizens were administered US Trucks which approves results. December 2015, it says that experiments were conducted on humans, but if you look at the evidence, the so-called evidence he has provided, there is no proof of any experiments. Everything is registration. Website says that this document, Cruise that’s drugs which have not been clinically approved, will give them to Georgia Citizens. It says that’s on your website, but these drugs has been clinically approved. Virginia T20 proved were given to Georgian patients, not sure you will. formation music video allegations stories with hard evidence. It’S like they said it. It’S out there is it that creating a whole ton of reality to spread confusion, and the result is that the line between fact fiction is increasingly blood. A BBC investigation has found that Russian media and officials presented false claims about a US-funded laboratory in neighbouring Georgia.
The Russian Foreign Ministry, Defence Ministry and pro-Kremlin media claimed recently that untested drugs were given to Georgian citizens at the lab, resulting in a large number of deaths.
The US has accused Russia of disinformation in order to distract attention away from incidents such as the Salisbury poisonings.
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