A man has regained consciousness and a woman has died as a result of poisoning to deadly Novichok agent in the UK
July 12, 2018 | Brainwave Science
An international incident using the deadly nerve agent Novichok stirs up the world again. After Russia-Skripal scandal, two people from the UK became victims of this poison again. According to the latest claims, Charlie Rowley who was exposed to the Novichok has regained consciousness this week. But another poisoning victim Dawn Sturgess died in hospital as a result of exposure to the deadly nerve agent.
According to Police, Charlie Rowley and Dawn Sturgess were exposed to Novichok on June 30, 2018 at a home in Amesbury, London’s Metropolitan. Novichok is a series of nerve agents developed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War and is actively used in the UK in last few months. Officials claim that Police’s working theory is that the couple’s exposure to the poison was linked to a recent attack on ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.
45-years-old Charlie Rowley woke up this Tuesday at Salisbury Hospital in London. He remains in critical but stable condition while he’s made a ‘small but significant improvement’. The officials of the hospital said, ‘Charlie is still very unwell’.
44-years-old mother-of-three Dawn Sturgess died in hospital on Sunday, July 8, 2018. A representative of Wiltshire police said Dawn ‘was an innocent member of the public…who became an unwilling victim in such an unprecedented, international incident’.
The reuse of the deadly nerve Novichok became a terrible shock for the UK. The poison was used twice this year against citizens of the UK. And this time one of the victims has died, that raises this problem to a new level in a public security area.
This situation shows that law enforcement agencies should upgrade their methods in a war against such horrible crimes. Attacks using deadly agent Novichok has become a big challenge for the Police of the UK. One of the best solutions could be using advanced modern technologies. But which technologies can really solve such complicated crimes?
Modern technologies can solve a lot of people’s problems even if it’s connected with national security, counter terrorism, trafficking etc. And iCognative by Brainwave Science is one of those technologies that can be used in some of the most complicated situations.
In the case of using the Novichok in the UK, iCognative can help to find perpetrators and provide safety and peace in the region. iCognative test can be conducted on all suspects in this case. The law enforcement agencies can deploy this infallible technology to find out who among those suspects has information related to this crime in their brain. All that technology needs is the data collected, or information related to the case. In order to conduct a test a case will be built in which investigator will input in the system facts that are unknown to the public, confidential but are well known to the offender. For building the test case we can use, for example, the date, time and location of the crime; pictures of the crime scene; information about production and use the Novichok etc., provided that all these details are confidential. These facts are flashed to all suspects and corresponding brainwaves are collected. If the suspect knows such confidential information about the crime, his brain will give a special brainwave and the system will detect it. As a result of measuring and recording brainwaves, the system will determine the fact of the presence of knowledge about criminal actions in the suspect’s brain.
The use of iCognative test is possible with any person that is relevant to the case (suspect, witness etc.). Besides, it is scientifically proven that the technology is 99.9% accurate and can be used in 85% of cases.
With the aid of iCognative, law enforcement agencies of the UK can gain critical information, arrest the perpetrator of poisoning and help provide justice to the victims and their family. And the most important is that law enforcement can provide safety and peace for citizens of the UK after such horrible crimes in the region.
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