Guardian accused of passing off terrorist “hell cannon” as “barrel bombs”

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The caption of this image on the Guardian currently reads:  “An unverified photo of an unexploded barrel bomb alleged to contain napalm gel.” The caption of this image on the Guardian currently reads: “An unverified photo of an unexploded barrel bomb alleged to contain napalm gel.”

Robert Stuart, the indefatigable challenger of the media narrative through his analysis of the BBC’s “Saving Syria’s Children” program, is now taking on the Guardian. Below we publish his recent letter to the Graun’s complaints department regarding its use of a photo it claimed was a Syrian “barrel bomb”, but which is apparently no such thing, but is in fact a projectile from a so-called, “hell cannon”, as shown in this video, and allegedly used by the “rebels” fighting the Assad regime.

Please share this as widely as possible and feel free to write your own emails or letters to the Guardian if you feel it is appropriate.

From: Robert Stuart
Sent: 07 October 2015 16:07:44
To: guardian.readers@theguardian.com

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