The OPCW, once underpinned by their valuation of a Chain of Custody on evidence collection. That changed. How? I investigate.
In my previous investigation into the “Baby Aya” story, I analysed the video of an alleged White Helmet rescue of a child named Aya. Upon further analysis, I became concerned the sounds of crying may not have belonged in the video but were subsequently added after-the-fact. To be sure I asked a professional, independent, forensic analysis company to take a provisional look at the video and see if my theory held any water, as it were.
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.
Having shown in a previous study how the OPCW-FFM were “Willing Dupes at Lataminah” for “White Helmet” staging of a chlorine attack I ask the same question of the FFM in an alleged sarin attack 5 days later in Lataminah.