The nerve agent attack that did not occur: Analysis of times, locations of critical events on April 4 in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


The nerve agent attack that did not occur: Analysis of times, locations of critical events on April 4 in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria

Video taken on April 4 shows that the location where the victims were supposedly being treated from sarin exposure is incompatible with the only open space in the hamlet that could have been used for mass treatment of victims. This indicates that the video scenes where mass casualties (dead and dying) were laid on the ground randomly was not at the hamlet. If the location where the bodies were on the ground was instead a site where the injured and dead were taken for processing, then it is hard to understand why bodies were left randomly strewn on the ground and in mud as shown in the videos.

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