Former head of Britain's special forces says Assad 'doesn't need to use gas' because he's 'already won the war' but give May 'benefit of the doubt' over intelligence | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Former head of Britain's special forces says Assad 'doesn't need to use gas' because he's 'already won the war' but give May 'benefit of the doubt' over intelligence

A former head of Britain's Special Forces has challenged Theresa May's claim that President Assad was behind the chemical attack in Douma.

Major General Jonathan Shaw said: 'Why would Assad use chemical weapons at this time? He's won the war.

'That's not just my opinion, it is shared by senior commanders in the US military. There is no rationale behind Assad's involvement whatsoever.

'He's convinced the rebels to leave occupied areas in buses. He's gained their territory. So why would he be bothering gassing them?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Enemy soldiers were not gassed. Children were, to generate the maximum shock value.

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It was nothing!

Old_Logan

There is no rationale behind Assad's involvement whatsoever.

(*just a slipped mickey of jekyll & hyde potion , administered once a week preferably on weekends )

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