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Scott Ritter Aug 6
4/ One cannot call the OPCW an impartial arbiter of the facts regarding CW use in Syria. The entire mechanism has been corrupted with bias embedded in the structure and mission of the FFM, assuming an anti-Assad position from its inception while embracing that of the opposition.
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Piers Robinson Aug 15
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Piers Robinson Aug 14
Our briefings on alleged chemical weapon attacks are factual and rigorous, objective and impartial. Rather than using tactics of deflection and smearing, can you actually engage/refute any of our analyses, e.g. here
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Human Rights (HRI) Aug 15
If the 's ITT was vaguely on it, they'd be asking what evidence I have for that suspicion. But, of course, they haven't & I expect they'll make a finding the Syrian govt was responsible for Khan Sheikhoun, based on the ridiculous JIM report.
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Human Rights (HRI) Aug 15
Replying to @MaxBlumenthal
Mass incarceration of ethnic minorities, torture, suppression of dissent, militarism and massive inequality are features of both US and Chinese state rule and should be condemned in both instances.
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Human Rights (HRI) Aug 15
My suspicion is that the hole in Khan Sheikhoun was made by a JCB 3CX digger using a breaker.
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Piers Robinson Aug 14
Try responding to the facts and analyses that we present, for example here, and here rather than smearing.
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Human Rights (HRI) Aug 13
Ironically the leaked engineering team report offers the best hope that OPCW scientists will stand up to the spooks - whilst simultaneously revealing the full extent to which the OPCW itself has been compromised.
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Human Rights (HRI) Aug 13
The Western group have a gerrymandered majority in the OPCW (thanks to the support of island-states) & have abandoned consensus. They also have effective control of the DG, Technical Secretariat & investigations teams. Hard to see this being reversed.
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Tom Tugendhat Aug 13
Replying to @TomTugendhat
The UK has obligations under the Joint Declaration but its responsibilities go further. These are the actions we should consider: a) Extend full citizenship rights to the HK Chinese. This should have been done in 1997 and is a wrong that needs correcting. 5/9
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Human Rights (HRI) Aug 13
I wrote an (unpublished) article about this machine as I thought it was an important element which should have been investigated by the JIM. But the JIM investigation was a total farce & it has become clear the has been hijacked so I have zero faith in the ITT.
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Tim Hayward Aug 8
If anyone has lingering honest doubt that politicisation of the OPCW has compromised its reports on alleged chemical weapons incidents in Syria, this 13 minutes interview will probably remove them. A clear and direct discussion of key issues by world leading inspections expert.
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Scott Ritter Aug 8
A radio interview I did with John Kiriakou, a former CIA officer, on the OPCW and Syria.
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Human Rights (HRI) Aug 2
A report is an "account of something that one has observed, heard, done, or investigated." So, apart from being called a report by its author (an OPCW staff member) it meets the dictionary definition. It wasn't debunked by OPCW experts & Arias said it will be used by the ITT.
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Stephen McIntyre Aug 2
Replying to @tobiaschneider
I am unaware of any acceptable explanation by OPCW for its concealment of leaked OPCW Sub-Team Engineering Report, which shows fairly conclusively that chlorine cylinders in Douma were NOT dropped from helicopter, but instead manually placed. If there is response, where is it?
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Tim Hayward Aug 2
Replying to @afneil
With great respect, Andrew Neil, do you not think it is journalists like yourself who should be pushing those who appeal to dodgy evidence in the face of leaked documents exposing it?
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WikiLeaks Jul 30
The DNC's lawsuit against WikiLeaks has been dismissed, with the judge noting that the publication of the DNC emails "is plainly of the type entitled to the strongest protection that the First Amendment offers." Read the full ruling here:
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Human Rights (HRI) Jul 29
Worth pointing out that any evidence or statement from the OPCW Technical Secretariat must be regarded with suspicion as it is a compromised source.
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Human Rights (HRI) Jul 27
Replying to @lissnup
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Human Rights (HRI) Jul 27
The event looks staged. Among the many banners held by genuine protesters, no sign of the evict Chinese "banner" , or even any expressing similar sentiments. None have similar creases - which indicates the "banner" likely unfolded for the camera, maybe by the photographer.
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