Wrongfully Accused

The government today outlined its evidence related to the men accused of poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripel in Salisbury in March. The following maps show their movements while in the UK.


The Yorkshire Post can exclusively reveal that the information released by the Metropolitan Police, Wiltshire Constabulary and the airports is false and that months went into developing a story to fool governments and news agencies around the world.

Alexander Petrov and Rusian Boshirov, pictured below were university friends in Saint Petersburg.

Petrov majored in Internal Medicine and Boshirov in food science. After graduation, Petrov worked at a leading hospital in Russia’s second city and Boshirov worked in the research laboratory of the country’s leading chocolate and confectionery company. It took a year from them watching an episode of Heartbeat, set in the stunning Yorkshire Moors, until they had responsible positions at St Thomas’s Hospital in Leeds and in the research laboratory of Nestlé Chocolate in York. In 2001, the UK was open to attract talent from the world over.

Captain of Leeds Veterans Rugby League Club, Phil Turner, told the Yorkshire Post that Alexander Petrov, or Russky as he is known at the club, played Half Back in their victory over Featherstone Veterans on Sunday March 4th. ‘He put in a good shift did the lad Russky. He downed a skinful after the game and we had to help him to his taxi. He’s a good, honest bloke, trains hard, swears like a trooper. Of course he didn’t poison them Russians down south, plus he thinks they’re all a bunch of toffs down there. His wife, Liudmila, helps at all our charity days. Top lass.’


‘Rusian took to darts almost as soon as he started drinking at the Ainsty’, Jeff Banks, captain of the darts team in the pub on the Boroughbridge Road in York, told us. ‘On Saturday, that’s the 3rd of March, we were hosting the York and District semifinals, and Rusian was on form. He won all his matches.’ A spokesperson for Nestlé told us that Rusian attended work normally on March 2nd and took part in a meeting on the launch of an eight stick Mega Kit-Kat, to meet the needs of the expanding obese segment of the market.


Svetlana Boshirov, wife one of the co-accused said over Yorkshire Tea and Lion Bar mis-shapes, that she wasn’t sure how long she could stay in Britain for. My husband has been wrongfully accused, and I don’t even feel comfortable doing the shopping at Morrisons. We go the Russian enclave of Rostov-on-Don

with Alexander and Liudmila to stock up on our Russian favourites. All four of us are looking forward to a week in Majorca in September.’
The End

Today I wanted to run with the family at Ashridge, a place of so many good days. Reminder for readers, in case it’s needed, this is a dreadful disease and it rips through a family like wildfire, me, Jane, Valentina and Sebastian. The alleged humour in these blogs take me temporarily somewhere else, but the pain never goes.

Any thoughts of any future are totally gone. Imagine that.

Author: Andrew Knowlman

I am a 50-year old father of two children, married to Jane. I live in Hertfordshire, UK. I was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis in April 2015.

One thought on “Wrongfully Accused”

  1. This is HILARIOUS ( FYI I am Dan Everett’s sister, who you went to Aston with. Found out about your musings via him). I have to also say I noted in one of your previous musings that you will be stock piling Gin in case of Brexit – that is an very important public service ! 🙂

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