OPCW suppressed report that found gas cylinders in Douma were planted at the scene

The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss stunning evidence that last year’s Douma, Syria ‘chemical attack’ was staged according to an OPCW unpublished engineers’ report. A document titled “Engineering Assessment of two cylinders observed at the Douma incident” has been leaked to the WGSPM (Working Group on Syria Propaganda & Media) which reveals that an engineering sub-team of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) fact-finding mission in Douma came to conclusions which differs from the OPCW’s official findings on the Douma incident.

The engineering teams’ assessment was not allowed to be viewed by the public.

According to Caitlin Johnstone

(https://medium.com/@caityjohnstone/le…), the assessment’s findings, which you can locate on pages five through eight of the document, put forward multiple hypothetical scenarios in which two gas cylinders could have wound up in the locations(Location 2 and Location 4) that they were photographed and video recorded as having been found after the alleged attack. The assessment concludes that “The dimensions, characteristics and appearance of the cylinders, and the surrounding scene of the incidents, were inconsistent with what would have been expected in the case of either cylinder being delivered from an aircraft. In each case the alternative hypothesis produced the only plausible explanation for observations at the scene.”

The assessment says more thoroughly and technically what I argued in an article last year, that the physics of the air-dropped cylinder narrative make no sense whatsoever. This is a problem, because the reason we were given for the US, UK and France launching airstrikes on Syrian government targets in April of 2018 was that two cylinders full of poison gas had been dropped from aircraft by the Syrian air force and killed dozens of civilians.