Intelligence Board: Did Russia kill a former spy living in the UK?

Board created by probono on March 27, 2018.
On March 4, 2018, former Russian spy Sergei Skripal his daughter were killed in Salisbury, UK with a nerve agent
Disagreement View (All Evaluations)
The killing was a false flag attack
A country or organization is blackmailing Russia
Russia killed the spy
The killing has no relation to Russia
March 27, 2008 UK claims Russia has been stockpiling Novichok, the nerve agent used in attack Evaluate Mild Dispute Mild Dispute Mild Dispute Consensus: Inconsistent
March 18, 2018 Russia denies having any stockpiles of nerve agents Evaluate Consensus: Consistent Consensus: Consistent Mild Dispute Consensus: Neutral
Nov. 1, 2006 Former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko was killed in London in 2006 with polonium-210 while meeting with another former Russian agent Evaluate Consensus: N/A Consensus: N/A Consensus: Consistent No Assessments
March 18, 2018 The UK's Porton Down military research facility is 8 miles (12km) from the city where the attack occurred Evaluate Consensus: Consistent Consensus: N/A Consensus: N/A No Assessments