By Danny C. | DCPeriodical | 12/28/19 |
Yesterday Wikileaks dropped their fourth installment of leaked internal documents from within the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons — the outfit tasked with investigating the alleged Assad gas attack committed in Douma, Syria in April 2018.
Like the first three releases, the documents show the alleged chemical attack perpetrated by the Assad regime — which was used as an excuse for the US, UK, and France to launch over a hundred missiles at Damascus — never really took place. In other words, the US led attack was the result of a false flag.
In this fourth data dump, four documents outline that OPCW ‘toxicologists ruled out deaths from chlorine exposure’ at the alleged has attack site in Douma — just as the previous three detailed that no gas was found to have been used at the site — and that ‘a senior official ordered the deletion of the dissenting engineering report from OPCW’s internal repository of documents.’
‘One of the documents is an e-mail exchange dated 27 and 28 February between members of the fact finding mission (FFM) deployed to Douma and the senior officials of the OPCW,’ Wikileaks reported on their site yesterday. ‘It includes an e-mail from Sebastien Braha, Chief of Cabinet at the OPCW, where he instructs that an engineering report from Ian Henderson should be removed from the secure registry of the organisation:
“Please get this document out of DRA [Documents Registry Archive]… And please remove all traces, if any, of its delivery/storage/whatever in DRA”.
‘The main finding of Henderson,’ Wikileaks continues, ‘who inspected the sites in Douma and two cylinders that were found on the site of the alleged attack, was that they were more likely manually placed there [rather] than dropped from a plane or helicopter from considerable heights. His findings were omitted from the official final OPCW report on the Douma incident.’
Another one of the documents released yesterday showed ‘the minutes from a meeting on 6 June 2018 where four staff members of the OPCW had discussions with “three Toxicologists/Clinical pharmacologists, one bioanalytical and toxicological chemist” (all specialists in chemical weapons, according to the minutes).’
According to the experts recorded in those minutes, no signs of a chemical attack were evident:
With respect to the consistency of the observed and reported symptoms of the alleged victims with possible exposure to chlorine gas or similar, the experts were conclusive in their statements that there was no correlation between symptoms and chlorine exposure.
The OPCW experts concluded that ‘that the symptoms observed were inconsistent with exposure to chlorine and no other obvious candidate chemical causing the symptoms could be identified.’
The last document, an email exchange between top brass at the OPCW, states that ‘the eight OPCW inspectors deployed to Douma during the fact finding mission (except one, a paramedic) should be excluded from discussions on the project.’ In other words, the scientists who found no evidence for a chemical attack were to be silenced.
So then, along with the OPCW whistleblowers from releases past, it is now more than conclusive that the chemical attacks never took place, the gas canisters were placed in the area to sell the lie, and the OPCW itself has been covering up the fraud the entire time. More importantly, this is now solid proof the US led attacks on Syria were completely unfounded acts of aggression against a sovereign state — war crimes — wholly based on fraudulent information — a classic false flag operation.
Western media, it must be noted, has remained silent on these findings since they began to leak in October. That silence, as has been noted before by many researchers and alt-news commentators, is deafening.
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