February 28, 2018

Pentagon admits zero evidence of E. Ghouta chem attack – but blames Russia all the same

The Pentagon admits it used NGO reports on alleged recent chemical attacks in Syria and cannot confirm if they even took place. The lack of evidence, however, did not get in the way of the latest Russia blame game galore.

Russia was predictably the target of a barrage of accusations from the West after reports claimed that several people in the Damascus suburb of East Ghouta, which is controlled by militant groups, suffered symptoms consistent with exposure to chlorine gas on Sunday. Read more.


- North Korea is quietly increasing aid to Syria’s chemical, missile programs, U.N. says - Washington Post
- ‘Proof doesn't matter to West regarding Syria chemical weapons-use allegations… as usual’ - RT

 - The Collapsing Syria-Sarin Case - Consortium News

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