But that is not the issue.Eh? Usually (see any one of a number of recent murder trials ) the offering of a number of a wildly different , often contradictory, explanations is a sure sign of guilt. You'd expect the wrongly accused to offer one correct and plausible explanation for their actions...not half a dozen that change by the day. As it is, the Russian agent's story-the supposed fans of Salisbury Cathedral mar dhea that never actually made it to the cathedral-is about as credible as a burglar that claims that he's an interior decorator surveyor measuring the wardrobe.
The issue is the flaws in the conspiraloons' theories.
Such as, how did the Russians poison the Skripals whenever the Skripals had left home hours before the Russians arrived in town?