German police investigate possible poisoning of two Russian exiles
One of the women is Natalia Arno, director of the Free Russia Foundation, and the other woman is a journalist
Berlin police told Reuters a file had been opened after the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag, citing the Russian investigative media group Agentstvo, said two women reported symptoms that suggested possible poisoning.
Police gave no further details, citing ongoing investigations.
The media reports said one of the women was a journalist and her symptoms may have appeared before the conference on 29 and 30 April. She went to the Charité hospital in Berlin.
The second woman was Natalia Arno, the director of the NGO Free Russia Foundation. She wrote on her Facebook page that she found the door to her hotel room had been left ajar.
Arno also wrote: “I woke up at 5am, suffering sharp pain and strange symptoms.”
All the hallmarks of those cunning Ruskies especially the "sharp pain", "strange symptoms" and no death.
It's incredible that they take people for idiots and depressing that most of the time they get away with it. This is so incredibly weak it's pathetic.