MIT professor exposes “egregious error” & evidence tampering in US report on Syria sarin incident

A closer look at photos from the town of Khan Shaykhun shows that the chemical attack site was tampered with and that the US report blaming the Syrian government can’t be true, says the MIT professor skeptical of the White House narrative.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Theodore Postol, who wrote a preliminary review of the US government claims earlier this week and shared his findings with RT, examined photographs of the attack site and concluded that the report endorsed by the White House “could not be true.”

Senior US administration officials who briefed the media on Tuesday admitted the White House intelligence was partly “based on the pro-opposition social media reporting,” which “tells a very clear and consistent story about what we think happened.”

Postol’s six-page addendum, made public on Thursday evening, “unambiguously shows that the assumption in the [White House report] that there was no tampering with the alleged site of the sarin release is not correct.”

That assumption was “totally unjustified,” wrote Postol, “and no competent intelligence analyst would have agreed that this assumption was valid.”

By implication, the report was not reviewed and released by competent intelligence experts – “unless they were motivated by factors other than concerns about the accuracy of the report,” the professor added.

Postol’s key argument is a series of photographs of the crater where the container holding sarin was supposedly air-dropped. He pointed to a photograph of several men inspecting the site, wearing loose clothing and medical gloves.

“If there were any sarin present at this location when this photograph was taken everybody in the photograph would have received a lethal or debilitating dose of sarin,” he wrote. “The fact that these people were dressed so inadequately either suggests a complete ignorance of the basic measures needed to protect an individual from sarin poisoning, or that they knew that the site was not seriously contaminated.”


thats it..handle the sarin gas have the invisible protective cloak of allah around will not be harmed..


~ by seeker401 on April 17, 2017.

4 Responses to “MIT professor exposes “egregious error” & evidence tampering in US report on Syria sarin incident”

  1. Interesting that this information reached an audience. Not that it will gain traction, but a damaging report, no doubt. All it took was a look at a photo at what took place on the ground. Not a detailed cover-up on the ground it appears, i.e. the way people are dressed, etc, but the propaganda not on site, i.e. media and politics, is very loud.

  2. This is not the voice of a murdering thug as the rest of the world war mongers …Not at all! Assad cares about his people. Do some homework and dig past the fake news!

  3. Reblogged this on World Peace Forum.


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