Tag Archives: Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW)

Khan Shaykhun Chemical Attack — “The Truth, The Whole Truth, And Nothing But The Truth?”

“This distinguishes this case (Salisbury) from that in Syria, where it could be determined that the sarin used in Khan Sheikhun most probably came from Syrian army stocks due to contamination in the investigated warfare agents and by means of … Continue reading

Posted in Khan Shaykhun | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Syria — A Commentary on the Khan Shaykhun Chemical Attack Intelligence

“This distinguishes this case (Salisbury) from that in Syria, where it could be determined that the sarin used in Khan Sheikhun most probably came from Syrian army stocks due to contamination in the investigated warfare agents and by means of … Continue reading

Posted in Khan Shaykhun, OPCW | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

OPCW Report on Technical Assistance Requested by the UK

“The word ‘Russia’ does not occur in today’s OPCW report. The OPCW Report says nothing whatsoever about the origin of the chemical which poisoned the Skripals and certainly does not link it in any way to Russia. The technical ability … Continue reading

Posted in OPCW, Salisbury attack | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment