Unless of course it was carried out by US backed "rebels" or terrorists groups and not the Syrian government. The evidence in past attacks did not support the US official narrative and have been questioned by experts.
Just like the US vetoing the russian proposal? It's quite telling in itself.
Pretty big leap there buddy
infonapalm is ukrainian propaganda site
russian journalist is reporting after few hours on Shairat AFB after US attack, and they are not afraid about smth chemical, because there are usual containers for soviet era bombs and other ammunition.
Mysterious Containers: What's Wrong with Chemical Weapons in Syria (english subtitles)
Bit confused here. The article says the images were taken at Shayrat air base, but it looks like the disposal team is in a Russian facility and even the sources provided in the article don't mention anything about the air base. Please explain.
Edit: I found the (or a similar image?) from the source, but I'm still struggling to understand how you think this accidentally proved anything at all.
I mean, it's not like the investigative body presented substantial evidence based on their own firsthand investigations either. IIRC, their case was based heavily on secondary sources, many of which may or may not have been brought forward by mercenaries backed by nations such as the U.S., KSA, Turkey etc. They refused to even visit the site of the attack due to the risks posed by those forces, so all they had to fall back on was evidence brought forward by sketchy sources, but they ran with it anyway.
Wonder why Russia vetoed the resolution that would've extended the mandate of an investigation that was skewed to implicate the Syrian government from the very beginning?
Which beast? From a neutral point of view, USA is another beast. I just don't want to get caught up in the middle of a war... among beasts
Anyone with common sense would like to see some proof first, not just russophobic propaganda blabbering.
Agree. But it needed to be stated officially in any case
Russia ultimately bears responsibility for chemical attacks in Syria - anyone with common sense.