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Chemical weapons used in Syria, including Sarin gas, came from an Defense Department facility in Tbilisi, Georgia. We have witness statements, photographs, plans for the labs, all published in Russia and the US include a television documentary seen around the world.
Turkish authorities have repeatedly found chemical weapons facilities inside Turkey that supply ISIS and her “sisters.” Turkey’s intelligence agencies have quashed investigations but they have still been widely reported.
On the other hand, the Syrian Human Rights Observatory, source for these stories has been exposed as being financed by Radio Liberty and the CIA and managed by Booz Allen Hamilton, a CIA contractor. We have repeatedly found the SHRO operating with ISIS forces including recently inside Syria where their offices were above an underground chemical weapons storage facility.
In 2012, the CIA and Pentagon tried to push President Obama into setting up a no-fly-zone over Syria and initiating a bombing campaign based on baseless tales of Syrian sarin gas, chlorine gas “barrel bombs” and other horrors.
Now, within 72 hours, the Pentagon has both proven and denied ISIS use of poison gas. The Pentagon denial as reported or rather misreported by Reuters was more than hasty, it has turned out to be downright humiliating.
Fragments from mortars fired by Islamic State militants at Kurdish fighters in northern Iraq earlier this month tested positive in a U.S. military field test for the chemical weapons agent sulfur mustard, a U.S. general said… … …