EDITORIAL PICK: New Evidence Suggests 2018 Chemical Attack in Douma, Syria Was Staged

Neue Anzeichen sprechen für Inszenierung des Chemiewaffenangriffs auf Duma, Syrien, in 2018
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EDITORIAL PICK: New Evidence Suggests 2018 Chemical Attack in Douma, Syria Was Staged


In this video produced by the The Real News Network and translated by acTVism Munich into the German language, MIT Prof. Theodore Postol talks about the 2018 chemical attack in Douma, Syria and how it contradicts the official UN report.

To read the interview, click here: New Evidence Suggests 2018 Chemical Attack in Douma, Syria Was Staged


VIDEO: New Evidence Suggests 2018 Chemical Attack in Douma, Syria Was Staged


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ABOUT THEODORE POSTOL

Theodore Postol A physicist, Theodore A. Postol is professor emeritus of science, technology, and national security policy at MIT. His expertise is in nuclear weapon systems, including submarine warfare, applications of nuclear weapons, ballistic missile defense, and ballistic missiles more generally. Before coming to MIT from Stanford University, he worked as an analyst at the Office of Technology Assessment and as a science and policy adviser to the chief of naval operations. In 2016, he received the Garwin Prize from the Federation of American Scientists for his work in assessing and critiquing the government’s claims about missile defenses.



CITATION OF FEATURED IMAGE:

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English: A chemical operations crew from the Umatilla Chemical Depot separate rocket motor and warhead sections on nine M55 rockets that were sent to an Army lab in Picatinny, N.J., for propellant sampling and analysis.
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Source http://www.cma.army.mil/umatilla.aspx
Author U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity

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