No, just now as then I deal with facts not speculation, especially media speculation.Nothing of substance? It's pretty obvious that all is not as advertised here.
Did you leave your inspecting/ investigating/ thinking hat at home for the last couple of years?
Water would have been more than enough regarding decontamination after a chlorine attack and the chances of cross contamination would have been negligable even minutes after any such attack.We have well respected journalists reporting from Douma just after the event in '18 that it was a fake.
This report shows that there is a highly credible alternative explanation for what happened in Douma – one that needs to be investigated. .. It seems that many who supported the weekend’s air strikes on Syria are overlooking the significance of Robert Fisk’s report today from Douma, the site of...www.commondreams.org
We have the ex-DSF getting his mic cut as soon as he starts laying down facts and stating unhelpful things.
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Next, just after the event, we have the former First Sea Lord of the British Navy raising “alarm bells” about the UK government’s Syria story.
Alan West cast doubt on the FUKUS claim that the Syrian government is responsible for an alleged chemical attack live on the BBC.
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An ex-British Navy chief raises 'alarm bells' about the government's Syria story live on the BBC | The CanaryAnother perspective.www.thecanary.co
Then we have all the so-called casualties that report being offered scoff for taking part in a very amateur decontam that should have seen many of the '1st responders' getting very, very ill through cross-contamination.
NB- the decontam footage is just after the 'event'.
Then we have the WKL leaks from inside the OPCW's Douma FFM.
I have worked in Russia, I have worked in other countries with Russians and in my time in Syria I worked alongside Russian forces, I have my opinion based on that experience.What exactly were you trying to say here?
You appear to be saying that you wouldn't trust anything Russian even if it was the last possible option.
Again I don't trust media speculation, some is more reliable than others but none is entirely accurate and all is biased one way or another.Did that CNN footage work for you?
The one where the intrepid reporter is happy to sniff a chemical weapon.
Again, if it was chlorine, not a problem and there would probably be a noticeable odour even after some time.