From the rush transcript:
Last month, US intel admitted actually NATO member Turkey had false flagged the attack, which killed some 1,400 civilians, to justify invasion. Not a single mainstream outlet reported it.
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That sent me researching just to find out if it was more than I already knew. The following are links I read to double check things plus a little more (they open in new tabs):
- New Study Refines View of Sarin Attack in Syria, by C. J. Chivers. Published: December 28, 2013
- Whose sarin?, by Seymour M. Hersh. Vol. 35 No. 24 · 19 December 2013. pages 9-12 | 5515 words
- Sy Hersh's Chemical Misfire: What the legendary reporter gets wrong about Syria's sarin attacks, bY Eliot Higgins. December 9, 2013
- The Red Line and the Rat Line: Seymour M. Hersh on Obama, Erdogan and the Syrian rebels. Vol. 36 No. 8 · 17 April 2014. pages 21-24 | 5870 words
- Whose sarin?, by Jamie Allinson. Letters. Vol. 36 No. 9 · 8 May 2014
- It's clear that Turkey was not involved in the chemical attack on Syria: The sources and conclusions used to support Seymour Hersh's argument just don't stack up. The perpetrators lie closer to home, by Eliot Higgins and Dan Kaszeta. theguardian com. Tuesday 22 April 2014
- Whose sarin?, by Richard Lloyd and Ted Postol; Spokane, Washington; Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Letters. Vol. 36 No. 10 · 22 May 2014
- The Pathetic U.S. Media Coverage: False Flag in Odessa, by Mike Whitney. May 08, 2014
Perhaps you'll imagine Sy Hersh has started making it all up as he goes along because his sources have all dried up. You'll have to prove that to me. I've seen such things happen before, but I wasn't buying the author's stories to begin with. They smelled. Sy's writing hasn't smelled. I've questioned his reasoning at times but always left him with the benefit of the doubt, reserved judgment, left myself open to being convinced.