Professor Scott Lucas of Birmingham University, UK, is well known for his lies and misinformation. In this article I expose two examples of those lies.
The Douma chlorine event of April 7, 2018 gave us a cylinder that defied aerodynamics and ended up resting on a bed. How did that happen? Was it staged?
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.
Date of Report: Dec 19, 2019 Introduction Since January 2017 there were claims from Syria’s opposition in Ghouta that the Syrian military were using modified 107mm IRAMs as “chlorine rockets”. These claims were picked up and amplified by the US-NED…
An update on my BBC complaint process into the staged “child rescue” of a “BabyAya” by the #WhiteHelmets
It’s often been claimed that Syrian rebels have not been seen using the modified 107mm IRAMs associated with chlorine attacks. There is now footage of them firing these rockets.
The OPCW, once underpinned by their valuation of a Chain of Custody on evidence collection. That changed. How? I investigate.
This is the third part in the “M4000: The Sarin Deception” series which I focus in on the claim made that an M4000 Syrian aerial bomb was used to deliver sarin to Khan Sheikhoun on 4 April 2017 and Al-Lataminah on 30 March 2017.
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.