The Nerve Agent Attack in Khan Shaykhun, Syria | Theodore A. Postol

Excerpt: “…..As noted in the main body of my earlier report, the assumption in WHR that the site of the alleged sarin release had not been tampered with was totally unjustified and no competent intelligence analyst would have agreed that this assumption was valid. The implication of this observation is clear – the WHR was not reviewed and released by any competent intelligence expert unless they were motivated by factors other than concerns about the accuracy of the report……”THEODORE A. POSTOL
2017-04-14 · by Akira Zentradi · in Analysis. ·

THEODORE A. POSTOL2017-04-14 · by Akira Zentradi · in Analysis. ·

Source: The Nerve Agent Attack in Khan Shaykhun, Syria | Theodore A. Postol

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