The OPCW-FFM and IIT would write detailed reports about an alleged sarin attack in Lataminah on 24th March 2017. Only there isn’t a single shred of evidence this attack took place. The teams would actually take evidence from an alleged 26th March attack and claim it as evidence of the 24th March attack. We expose the fraud in this report.
The OPCW-IIT deemed that sarin was used as a weapon at Lataminah, Syria on March 24, 2017. In this study of the available evidence, I look to see if their finding is based upon evidence or rather guided by political bias.
Date of Report: 30th July 2020 Introduction The IIT obtained video footage of an air strike on Ltamenah at around 6:00. The video, authenticated by the IIT as being from the attack of 30 March 2017, shows a grey smoke…
The OPCW claims the Lataminah hospital was damaged so badly in an alleged 25/3/17 chlorine attack that medical records proving a 24/3/17 sarin attack were lost. The evidence tells a different story.
Forensic Architecture is a pseudo-scientific approach to legitimising fraudulent claims. At their head is Eyal Weizman who has been brought in as an advisor to a new “independent” media outlet called “Declassified UK”. What can we expect from this venture when Weizman is advising its board members?
The staging of a sarin attack in Lataminah in March 2017 that was also lent credibility by a heavily comprimised OPCW leadership is further investigated.
The OPCW, once underpinned by their valuation of a Chain of Custody on evidence collection. That changed. How? I investigate.
Given the limitations in some evidence, the Mission was not able to determine “with absolute certainty” the use of a chemical weapon, but was able to determine the presence of sarin on samples that came from the alleged site of the incident.