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Re: Syria Chemical weapons retaliation
« Reply #60 on: 17 April 2018, 13:28:48 »

Apparently the chemical weapons inspectors are to be allowed access to the site, 4 days after arriving in Damascus.  The Syrians and Russians have not allowed them to go to Douma citing security concerns, despite journalists having been there since the attack 11 days ago.  ::)

There have also been Russian troops on the ground, but Sergei Lavrov denies that there has been any tampering or interference with any evidence.......
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Re: Syria Chemical weapons retaliation
« Reply #61 on: 17 April 2018, 13:36:33 »

Apparently the chemical weapons inspectors are to be allowed access to the site, 4 days after arriving in Damascus.  The Syrians and Russians have not allowed them to go to Douma citing security concerns, despite journalists having been there since the attack 11 days ago.  ::)

There have also been Russian troops on the ground, but Sergei Lavrov denies that there has been any tampering or interference with any evidence.......

Ahh, OK, so it's been replacement of evidence, presumably? ::)
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Re: Syria Chemical weapons retaliation
« Reply #62 on: 17 April 2018, 13:38:51 »

Apparently the chemical weapons inspectors are to be allowed access to the site, 4 days after arriving in Damascus.  The Syrians and Russians have not allowed them to go to Douma citing security concerns, despite journalists having been there since the attack 11 days ago.  ::)

There have also been Russian troops on the ground, but Sergei Lavrov denies that there has been any tampering or interference with any evidence.......

Ahh, OK, so it's been replacement of evidence, presumably? ::)

Evidenceski? What evidenceski?  ;D
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Re: Syria Chemical weapons retaliation
« Reply #63 on: 17 April 2018, 14:51:57 »

This is an insightful article written by a former British Intelligence offer who has worked in the Middle East which shows the sort of due process that intelligence goes through to confirm what has likely happened and where the weapons we stored and collected from. This is the sort of information that the UK, US and French Governments will have used before launching their attacks.

http://greyharemedia.com/intelligence/

I've built up quite a big Twitter network of key players or former key players in the intelligence, armed forces, politicians, academics, analysts and journalists over the last 4 years who deliver, cross reference and corroborate stories and I trust. One of them is the German journalist Julian Ropcke  who works for German newspaper Bild and has covered Ukrainian & Syrian wars. If you want to see the aftermath of the Douma attack. But be warned the pictures are very graphic and potentially upsetting. His twitter account can be viewed here:

https://twitter.com/JulianRoepcke

What this does clearly illustrate is what a tool / useful fool Corbyn is and how much he is allegedly owned by Russia and Iran. >:( >:( >:(
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