The HRW Evidence Disaffirms Its Own Conclusions in Its Report of May 1, 2017 — Theodore A. Postol

Taking Sides

Goat Capture in Khan Shaykhun
“Thus, the big news in Khan Sheikhoun was apparently, Dead Goat Drags Its Own Carcass to the Upwind Scene of the Alleged Sarin Attack!” — Theodore A. Postol (Source of image and caption: Page12 of 13 pages)

The Human Rights Watch Report of May 1, 2013 (sic)
Cites Evidence that Disaffirms Its Own Conclusions About the Alleged Nerve Agent Attack at Khan Sheikhoun in Syria on April 4, 2017

Theodore A. Postol
Professor Emeritus of Science, Technology, and National Security Policy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology


This note discusses evidence cited in the Human Rights Watch Report (HRW) of May 1, 2017 that claims to prove that the Syrian government used an airdropped munition in an alleged nerve agent attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria on April 4, 2017.  The report only shows forensic evidence that disaffirms its conclusions.  I will focus on the Report’s claim of…

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