Scott Ritter / TruthdigApr 20, 2018
The U.S., the U.K. and France launched the attack even though they had no solid evidence that the Assad regime had used chemical warfare. The allies' action was little more than a propaganda exercise. Dig deeper ( 23 Min. Read )
By Theodore A. PostolApr 22, 2017
New results show even more strongly that a U.S. report on the incident in Syria was wrong. They also suggest that Donald Trump lacked information that justified a missile strike. Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
By Theodore A. PostolApr 20, 2017
Some kind of poisoning event may have produced mass casualties on April 4, but the White House Intelligence Report did not accurately describe that event, a weapons specialist from MIT writes. Dig deeper ( 11 Min. Read )
By Theodore A. PostolApr 15, 2017
The Trump administration’s official narrative—produced by the National Security Council under the oversight of national security adviser H.R. McMaster—was produced without input from the professional intelligence community, a weapons expert from MIT writes. Dig deeper ( 8 Min. Read )
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