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Victim of Novichok Dawn Sturgess ‘poisoned by poisonous perfume bottle in just 15 minutes’

Talking to ITV, he said the bottle was inside a cellophane-wrapped sealed box and appeared to be unused. Rowley himself came into contact with the poisonous chemical while mounting a pump dispenser inside it and some of content spilled on his hands.



“EUROPE Novichok came in ‘expensive’ looking perfume bottle, victim Charlie Rowley says

The nerve agent that poisoned two people in Amesbury was packed in a sealed, brand-name perfume bottle, survivor Charlie Rowley told British media. He says he can’t remember where he found the container.

Amesbury poisoning survivor Charlie Rowley gave the bottle which contained Novichok nerve agent to his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess as a gift, believing it to be perfume, according to interviews he gave to the UK’s ITV and the mass-circulation paper The Sun.

Rowley said he had picked up the bottle, which “looked expensive” and was labeled as perfume, before giving it to his partner. However, he said he was unable to remember where he had found the poison, telling The Sun it was “still a blur.”

Talking to ITV, he said the bottle was inside a cellophane-wrapped sealed box and appeared to be unused. Rowley himself came into contact with the poisonous chemical while mounting a pump dispenser inside it and some of content spilled on his hands.

“It had an oily substance and I smelt it and it didn’t smell of perfume,” he told the TV channel. “It felt oily, so I washed it off really quick, but I didn’t think anything of it.”

QINETIQ | Ex-Partner Of New Novichok Victim Works For US/UK Defense Contractor Linked To Porton Down

Another Novichok poisoning took place in the UK over the weekend. In a statement to the press on Wednesday Britain’s counter-terrorism chief confirmed that a man and a woman had been poisoned with the deadly nerve agent sometime on Saturday June 30th just a few miles from where the Skripals were poisoned in the small British town of Amesbury, Wiltshire. Early reports have named the effected couple as Charlie Rowley, 45, and Dawn Sturgess, 44.

… After finding both Charlie Rowley, and Dawn Sturgess on Facebook I began digging around. Scanning a handful of Dawns public posts, it wasn’t long before I discovered that Dawn Sturgess had 2 sons with a man named Andy ‘Hopey’ Hope. Here are a number of other archived Facebook posts confirming Dawn Strurgess relationship to Andy Hope: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

Andrew Hope has worked for the UK based multinational military and cyber-tech spy firm, Qinetiq, since its creation in 2001. Starting as an Avionics Instillation Manager, he slowly worked his way up the ranks to Senior Systems Engineer.

QinetiQ was formed in 2001 after the UK government privatized one half of the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA). The other more sensitive half of the DERA was kept and maintained by the UK government and was renamed the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl). It’s worth noting that the only known laboratory in the UK to handle Novichok isPorton Down, which is part of dstl. QinetiQ is basically a private defense research arm of the UK government.

2 of the most notable high profile executives that have worked for QinetiQ over the years have been the ex-director of the CIA, George J. Tenet), and former US Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence, Stephen Cambone.

George J. Tenet served as the head of the CIA under both Clinton and Bush administrations between 1997–2004. One of the many controversies he’s been involved in was his claim that Saddam Hussein had WMDs. He moved on to become Non Executive Director of Qinetiq Group from 10/2006 to 02/2008.

In 2002 Stephen Cambone severed as the nation’s first undersecretary of defense for intelligence. He lead all of the defense intelligence agencies that were controlled by the Pentagon. He had direct control over the three main intelligence gathering agencies, the National Security Agency (NSA), the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO). In 2003 he helped set up the Counterintelligence Field Activity (CIFA) and transformed it into one of the governments largest collector of domestic intelligence. He began his career at QinetiQ North America 09/2007.

One of the MSM narrative playing out at the moment is that the couple possibly became ill after fiding the device the Novichok used on the Skripals was contained in. The problem with this line of investigation, according to experts, is that the Novichok would have likely deteriorated in the 4 months since the Skripals case.

This is pure speculation from me here, but if Andrew Hope has worked for QinetiQ since its formation in 2001 it’s entirely plausible that in the early days whilst the company was under the control of the ex-director of the CIA, George Tenet, Hope may have been recruited by MI6 or the CIA as a covert asset of some type. If this was the case then the close relationship between the UK government, QinetiQ, and Porton Down would make it relatively easy for Hope or his handlers to lay their hands on Novichok.

I shall speculate further and say that the CIA/Deepstate had ordered Andrew Hope to kill Sergei Skripal due to Skripals ties to Christopher Steele and the Trump dossier. Hope in turn hired his ex-partner, Dawn Sturgess, who appears to have been living in a homeless hostel at the time and struggling for money, to plant the nerve agent somewhere in Salisbury which eventually lead to the near deaths of Skripal and his daughter earlier in March this year. Maybe Dawn was worried about what she had gotten herself into and had threatened to go to the police or media to expose the lie. Maybe they were both poisoned to keep the truth from coming out. Maybe I’ve dug too far and connected dots where there are no connections. Whatever the reason for this recent poisoning, we can be sure whatever the MSM tell us cannot be trusted.”

“Carl M. Lombardi’s Miniature perfume bottle 2002-04-16 US6371334B1 Grant Abstract A device for use in a gift/sample box or for test marketing a perfume, such as to a focus group, includes a smaller or miniature version of a perfume bottle, a removable dispensing vial of perfume, and a top. Various bottle designs can be tested with different perfumes or the same perfume, because the perfume vial is removable from each test bottle. Similarly, the device can be used in a gift/sample pack, the miniature version of the bottle evoking the bottle design of a commercially available perfume which sales it is designed to improve, and having a smaller volume of perfume that a merely smaller version of the bottle in which the commercially available perfume is sold.”

“RESPIRA THERAPEUTICS Inc’s [Novichok] Powder dispersion devices and methods 2013-12-26 US20130340754A1 Application Abstract A dry powder inhaler may include a powder storage, an inlet channel, a dispersion chamber, and an outlet channel. A geometry of the inhaler may be such that a flow profile is generated within the dispersion chamber that causes an actuator to oscillate, enabling the actuator when oscillating to deaggregate powdered medicament within the dispersion chamber to be aerosolized and entrained by the air and delivered to a patient through the outlet channel.

The powder dispersion devices and methods in accordance with the present disclosure may be applicable in many scenarios. For example, APIs (Active Pharmaceuticals Ingredients), or active agents, that may be used with any of the mechanisms described within the context of the present disclosure may include .. Examples of nerve agents may include G series such as Tabun (GA), Sarin (GB), Soman (GD), Cyclosarin (GF), GV series such as Novichok agents, GV (nerve agent), V series such as VE, VG, VM, and the like. … As mentioned above, the example bead 302 disposed within the example chamber 104 may oscillate in a manner similar to that described in U.S. application Ser. No. 13/469,963, filed 11 May 2012, entitled “Bead-Containing Dry Powder Inhaler.” However, in accordance with the present disclosure, the bead 302 may not include a pre-coated powder on its surface. Rather, powder may be separately introduced into the chamber 104 from a receptacle such as dose containment or dosing chamber, or other temporary holding compartment or region, or from another dry powder inhaler, as described further below. With this configuration, the powder may be initially placed into a dose containment chamber. When a patient inhales from a mouthpiece, air may be drawn through the dose containment chamber which moves the powder into the chamber 104, where it encounters the bead 302 oscillating primarily along the longitudinal axis L (see e.g., FIG. 3).”

“Qinetiq, the controversially privatised British defence and security technology company, has appointed George Tenet – the CIA chief at the time of 9/11 – as a non-executive director.

Mr Tenet was widely criticised for intelligence failures in the period before the September 11 terrorist attacks and in the run-up to the Iraq war.

According to Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward’s book Plan of Attack, Mr Tenet told President Bush it was a “slam dunk” that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction.

The 53 year-old was one of the longest serving US directors of central intelligence. He was appointed by President Clinton in 1997 and retired in July 2004 for “personal reasons”. He subsequently became a professor at Georgetown University.

Qinetiq, part of what was the formerly state-owned Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, was floated earlier this year, making tens of millions of pounds for chairman Sir John Chisholm and chief executive Graham Love.

The government had already sold 31% of the company to US venture capital company Carlyle for £42m. Carlyle later sold part of that stake for £160m.

Mr Chisholm said today Mr Tenet’s “extraordinary track record and experience in the fields of intelligence and security are particularly relevant as we continue to focus on the US defence and security market”.”

“Based on the technology developed by QinetiQ North America subsidiary Cyveillance (, the QinetiQ North America SEPA solution is specifically applicable to the wide ranging need of government agencies to identify attacks targeting government executives and organizations. By combining Cyveillance’s cyber intelligence capabilities with QinetiQ North America’s expertise in the federal market, government organizations are able to utilize a tailored solution that helps protect against infiltration attempts, espionage campaigns and foreign threats. Unlike any other solution on the market, SEPA is able to effectively examine the content and context of an email, along with the methods and behavior of embedded Web page links, to judge the trustworthiness of the email.”

“Vencore Services and Solutions Inc Cyveillance Inc Social Engineering Protection Appliance US9123027B2 Methods and systems for detecting social engineering attacks comprise: extracting one or more non-semantic data items from an incoming email; determining whether the one or more non-semantic data items match information stored in a data store of previously collected information; performing behavioral analysis on the one or more non-semantic data items; analyzing semantic data associated with the email to determine whether the non-semantic data matches one or more patterns associated with malicious emails; and based on the determining, performing, and analyzing, identifying the email as potentially malicious or non-malicious. The system also includes processes for collecting relevant information for storage within the data store and processes for harvesting information from detected social engineering attacks for entry into the data store and seeding of the collection processes.”

“The Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data scandal involves the collection of personally identifiable information of 87 million Facebook users[1] and reportedly a much greater number more[2] that Cambridge Analytica began collecting in 2014. The data was allegedly used to attempt to influence voter opinion on behalf of politicians who hired them. Following the discovery, Facebook apologized amid public outcry and risen stock prices. The way that Cambridge Analytica collected the data was called “inappropriate”.[3] … Facebook sent a message to these users believed to be affected, saying the information likely included one’s “public profile, page likes, birthday and current city”.[14] Some of the app’s users gave the app permission to access their News Feed, timeline, and messages.[15] The data was detailed enough for Cambridge Analytica to create psychographical profiles of the subjects of the data.[5] The data also included the locations of each person.[5] For a given political campaign, the data was detailed enough to create a profile which suggested what kind of advertisement would be most effective to persuade a particular person in a particular location for some political event.[5]”

“MoD Boscombe Down (ICAO: EGDM) is the home of a military aircraft testing site, located near the town of Amesbury in Wiltshire, England. The site is currently run, managed and operated by QinetiQ;[1] the private defence company created [in a joint venture with Serco’s Con Air SWAT team network] as part of the breakup of the Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA) in 2001 by the UKMinistry of Defence (MoD). It is also the home of the Empire Test Pilots’ School[1] (ETPS).”

“Serco Inc. Capabilities Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) Software Support Develop, demonstrate, implement and transition technologies to improve software/hardware development, fielding and sustainment support for chemical/biological detection and reconnaissance systems, individual and collective protection systems, decontamination systems, and information management systems for the Warfighter and First Responder, Homeland Defense and civil support activities.”

“Jerome H. Lemelson’s Prisoner tracking and warning system and corresponding methods US6054928A A system and method for tracking, monitoring and learning prisoner or parolee behavior involves obtaining prisoner or parolee data and monitoring data for at least one individual prisoner or parolee, storing the prisoner or parolee data and monitored data into a database, learning prisoner or parolee behavior from the prisoner or parolee data and the monitored data in the database, and updating the prisoner or parolee data and the monitored data in the database. Expert system (i.e. including but not limited to fuzzy logic, reinforcement learning, neural networks, artificial intelligence, etc.) algorithms are executed for determining and analyzing deviated behavior by the prisoner or parolee. A parole level is assigned to the prisoner or parolee and it is determined whether the prisoner or parolee is to be moved up or down a parole level depending on whether the prisoner or parolee behavior does not constitute or does constitute prisoner or parolee violations. Furthermore, the system tracks, monitors, and learns the behavior of the prisoner or parolee by controlling and regulating the permitted/prohibited locations or sectors, the permitted/prohibited location or sector dwell times, the permitted/prohibited travel routes, the permitted/prohibited travel times that the prisoner or parolee spends at or between various locations.”

Facebook Inc’s Facial Recognition Using Social Networking Information 2015-07-21 US9087273B2 Grant Abstract In particular embodiments, one or more images associated with a primary user are received. The image(s) may comprise single images, a series of related images, or video frames. In each image, one or more faces may be detected and/or tracked. For each face, one or more candidates are selected who may be identified with the face. Each candidate may be connected to the primary user within a social network. A candidate score for each candidate associated with a detected face. Finally, the winning candidate is determined, and a suggestion to identify the detected face as being the winning candidate is presented. Some embodiments may operate upon video clips as the video is captured by a mobile device. Some embodiments may operate upon series of images as they are uploaded to or viewed on a website.”

Serco Awarded $95 Million Patent Classification Contract with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office November 30, 2015 RESTON, VA – November 30, 2015 – Serco Inc., a provider of professional, technology, and management services, announced today the Company has been awarded a patent classification services contract with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Serco will provide initial patent classification and reclassification services to support USPTO’s core mission of examining, granting, and disseminating patents and trademarks. The recompete contract has a one-year base period with four one-year option periods, and is valued at $95 million over the five-year period, if all options and award terms are exercised.”

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