Investigation of Bellingcat and Insider couldn't remain unnoticed by the western press. However interest in the publication constrained that can speak both about fatigue of audience from scandal, and about categoricalness of the western verdict "Russia" Ruslan Boshirov is guilty of poisoning. Photo: The freeze frame with video of RT/TASS TV channel About Ruslan Boshirov whom journalists declared "the colonel of GRU Anatoly Chepigoy" now, naturally, was written by all western editions. Headings in the majority trivial: "Such rassledovatel called it that". The reservation is left by all serious editions: nobody claims that Boshirov precisely is Chepigoy categorically. Two-level references in material of Reuters — the agency are curious as if hesitates to refer to Bellingcat directly and writes that the name was told by BBC with reference to investigative group. At the same time Reuters provides the comment of two own sources — allegedly, data of the European authorities on Boshirov's identity coincide with the conclusion of Bellingcat. At the same time almost nobody writes big materials. There is a feeling that the verdict about participation of Russia is already rendered, and the real name of one of alleged poisoners changes nothing. Try to squeeze out of an event a sensation unless the British tabloids. Here, for example, heading Daily Mail. "The Putin hitman it is unmasked: the grinning poisoner was the awarded colonel of GRU". Among other things, the comment of the Chairman of the Committee of Westminster on the international affairs Tom Tugendkhat is provided in material: "This confirmation that we knew for a long time — that Russia has told lies about the non-participation again". The politician also hasn't refrained from personal attack. As Tugendkhat has said, "these guys are fans, their legend couldn't sustain even journalistic investigation". Questions to quality of the material Bellingcat and Insider, it is possible to consider, no. NYT notes the detailed description of methodology of investigation and reminds that it before Bellingcat wrote about the conflicts in Syria and in Ukraine. The investigative group created in 2013 really has earned to itself popularity in many respects from the Russian subject. Scales are illustrated by the fact that DW and some other editions use in headings the word Bellingcat without an explanation — the audience already knows, what is it. Meanwhile the British journalists already begin to joke about alleged Kremlin poisoners. As the observer of the The Spectator magazine writes, to Petrov and Boshirov — or Chepige — still was lucky that Skripali lived in Salisbury, there at least is the well-known "Salisbury" cathedral. And that had to be told: "We have arrived to Skantorp (the British analog of Tmutarakani), this nice city became the scene of action of the national opera of Cycle Song about a hard lot of the former steelmaker". To add BFM.ru to your sources of news?
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