Assad claims US worked with terrorists to carry out gas attack

The Red Line and the Rat Line
Seymour M. Hersh on Obama, Erdoğan and the Syrian rebels

For Syrian Doctor, ‘Gas Attacks’ Are Chilling Reality

Scott Ritter Raises Important Questions About Syrian Chemical Attack Allegation’s Veracity

Scott Ritter is NOT Buying IT.

Dereliction of Duty, Redux
Posted on Apr 12, 2017
By Scott Ritter
Wag The Dog — How Al Qaeda Played Donald Trump And The American Media
Responsibility for the chemical event in Khan Sheikhoun is still very much in question.

UK-trained doctor hailed a hero for treating gas attack victims in Syria stood trial on terror offences ‘and belonged to the group that kidnapped British reporter John Cantlie’
Dr Shajul Islam was arrested for kidnapping journalists is back in Syria
The ex-NHS doctor and his brother were released after the case collapsed
He was released as the prosecution’s witnesses weren’t able to give evidence
He published a video of the patients after the attack which killed 86 on Tuesday
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“I can show you the evidence again and again but the world doesn’t care” plea from British doctor treating Syria ‘gas’ victims

Isis confirms ‘Jihadi John’ was killed in drone strike
Emwazi became notorious for his filmed executions of hostages

Syria, Through a Glass, Darkly …

Missile Myth: Pentagon’s choreographed tests

A Quick Turnaround Assessment of the White House Intelligence Report
Issued on April 11, 2017
About the Nerve Agent Attack in Khan Shaykhun, Syria.
Theodore A. Postol
Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology, and National Security Policy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

White House claims on Syria chemical attack ‘obviously false’ – MIT professor (VIDEO) — RT America

MIT professor exposes ‘egregious error’ & evidence tampering in US report on Syria sarin incident
Published time: 14 Apr, 2017 21:15
Edited time: 15 Apr, 2017 18:41

Mounting Evidence Points to Nerve Gas in Syria Chemical Attack

Russia Says Evidence Growing Syria Chemical Attack Was Staged

US investigating possible Russia collusion in Syria chemical attack
White House accuses Russia of showing a pattern of trying to shift blame for chemical attacks away from the Syrian government

Russia Vetoes U.N. Resolution Condemning Syria Chemical Weapons Attack
Edith M. Lederer / AP
Updated: Apr 13, 2017 10:01 PM ET