Sunday, 19 January 2014

MIT Report Challenges US Claims Over Syrian Chemical Weapons Use (Assad did not do it)

In the report titled “Possible Implications of Faulty US Technical Intelligence,” Richard Lloyd, a former UN weapons inspector, and Theodore Postol, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), examined the delivery rocket’s design and calculated possible trajectories based on the payload of the cargo.

The authors concluded that sarin gas “could not possibly have been fired at East Ghouta from the ‘heart’, or from the Eastern edge, of the Syrian government controlled area shown in the intelligence map published by the White House on August 30, 2013.”

Based on mathematical calculations, Lloyd and Postol estimate the rocket with such aerodynamics could not travel more than 2 kilometers.

To illustrate their conclusion, the authors included the original White House map that depicted areas under Assad control and those held by the opposition. Based on the firing range and troop locations on August 21, the authors conclude that all possible launching points within the 2 km radius were in rebel-held areas.

All previous instances of chemical weapons use in Syria was due to the rebels. Obama and Kerry were lying when they said they had evidence showing that the Syrian Government was responsible. They never showed any evidence to support their claim and the UN report didn't indicate who had fired the CW rounds.

This episode of the proxy war was yet another ploy intended to draw in direct outside intervention - and it failed.

Related Info:

EMERGENCY ALERT: Latest Syrian Chemical Attack Follows History of False Flag Provocations

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, January 19th, 2014.]

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