Russian President vladimir putin, who has recently been re-elected for his fourth term under conspicuous circumstances, says that the idea that the Russian government would have a spy poisoned in the UK is “nonsense.” Right. He claims that Russia does not even own the military nerve agent allegedly used to poison former Russian Spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, and we have to just take his very reliable word for it.

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson begs to differ. He claims that the Russian government have been building up a ton of this stuff since the Soviet era – stockpiling it, even.

In his comments about the incident, Putin was careful to describe the poisoning as a “tragedy,” so that you might believe he had nothing to do with it and he believes it was wrong. Putin added that he is “ready to cooperate” with London in the investigation.

New reports suggest that Skripal may have been poisoned through the air vents in his car

US media outlets have recently suggested that the poison could have been administered to Skripal to kill him through the air vents in his car. So, the next time you’re in your car, don’t turn on the AC, because the Russian government might be trying to kill you and you can never be too careful.