Military analyst for Fox news, a retired General Bob scales, called broadcast American TV channel Fox news to Kill Russians in Ukraine, said that bought a detector of polonium.
"You know, I detector Polonius himself received. But in General, I in the Russian Federation was formally charged, and they will try to involve me in the form of the accused at his own criminal trial. But this is all part of the same game.[The Russian authorities] have suppressed their media and feed their own people only propaganda, And when they see abroad people who understand the true motive behind this war and trying to explain to the American people - are beginning to hunt for them. From whatever side we might consider, the story is about a purely psychological intimidation, and special forces behind these words in reality and no, " said scales, reports RT. Remember, from poisoning by radioactive polonium-210 23 November 2006 died former FSB officer Alexander Litvinenko. First of skales said that the only thing in his vision, the method to reverse the existing in Ukraine the situation will be the decision of the USA to help Kiev to eliminate as many of the Russian soldiers, as if to " entrenched in Ukraine ". Explaining the statement about the fact that 3 thousand American soldiers are stationed in Eastern Europe, skales said that "it will have no effect, because in Ukraine already like" all agreed "." The only way in which the U.S. has an opportunity to exert some influence in the area and to reverse the position - start Killing Russian citizens. To kill as many citizens of Russia that even Putin's media can't hide the fact that those returning home in body bags", he added. On Thursday, Russia's Investigative Committee opened a criminal case under the criminal code on American retired General Robert Scales because of its phrase. Prior to that, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Rogozin verses explained the appeal of Scales to kill as many of the Russian soldiers in the Donbass. The Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation called disgusting by the fact that the Central American TV channel Fox news missed the broadcast message is a retired U.S. General Robert Scales.