The strength of your argument is ably illustrated by the ad hominem attack (as you see it).
I see that event as perfect backup to my points. The evidence didn’t meet with my expectations, so I changed my expectation. There’s much to learn from that, and many of the people I brought over to Sotonians became my mates when I was good enough to admit I was wrong.
What you’re saying is that the British Consulate, those responsible for determining the potential spy-ness of any given visitor, got it completely wrong and allowed two high ranking Russian assets to mill around England on a Sunday, before those agents completely fluffed up an attempted murder and then made a daring escape back to Moscow on a Sunday timetable.
I dispute your figure of 99% obviously. I never really got that involved in this thread until I saw yourself and @Barry-Sanchez’s futile attempts at self-lionisation at the expense of another forum member, who incidentally, has fucked off, ostensibly due to your playground tag teaming.
Try playing with me instead. I think the thing that annoys you is that I’m not advancing any particular theory, just pointing out the massive inconsistencies in the diarrhoea that you’re drinking.