-Where they took (and still have....) bodily samples that fund no sign of it; but of course its Omsk and full of evil Ivans...
"A video posted on Navalny's Instagram account on Thursday showed members of his team in plastic gloves inspecting his hotel room in Tomsk shortly after he left the city on Aug. 20 and collapsed on a flight home. The plane made an emergency landing in Omsk, where he was hospitalized before being taken to Berlin two days later on a medevac plane.
Navalny's Instagram post said they went to the room an hour after learning that he had fallen ill, accompanied by a lawyer, and packed half-empty plastic water bottles and unspecified other items for further inspection. In the video post, someone who appears to be a hotel employee could be heard telling members of the Navalny team that they need to ask police before taking any items from the room, and one of them refuses to do that."
So... not only did his aides know where to look,they had a lawyer with them to make sure they broke the law properly by destroying the chain of custody and removing supposed "evidence": "evidence" that they had now made inadmissible in any court in the world... several hours later from a presumably uncleaned room (Ivans are dirty...) then at some point they flew to Germany with these bottles.
At this point the story gets even weirder:
"Navalny's spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh tweeted that "Navalny had been poisoned with Novichok at the hotel before he went to the airport."
But Lyubov Sobol, a top Navalny associate, later tweeted that while "traces of Novichok were found on a bottle from the hotel, it doesn't mean that Navalny was poisoned specifically with the bottle."
Georgy Alburov, a close colleague of Navalny who inspected his hotel room in Tomsk along with other associates, said in a live broadcast on YouTube that German experts said the bottle wasn't the source of the Novichok and only had a trace amount of the nerve agent, probably left by Navalny when he drank from it after he had already been poisoned."