Ex-British Ambassador to Syria: NO EVIDENCE Assad Behind Chemical Weapons Attack Peter Ford says Trump's Statement on Syria is a 'Mis-statement of Non-Fact'

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Apr 13, 2017 No Comments ›› admin

By Ben Barrack

Peter Ford was the British Ambassador to Syria from 2003-2006. In an interview with the BBC Ford said, “we don’t know” who used chemical weapons in Syria last week. Either Assad or the Muslim Brotherhood terrorists are responsible.

Have a watch (h/t SRE):

Note what Ford said. Either the Syrian air force dropped chemical weapons on a terrorist location or it dropped bombs on a terrorist location that had chemical weapons.

This is very similar to what was alleged by British journalist Tom Duggan. Duggan – who is based in Damascus – definitely chose one of Ford’s options. Duggan was adamant Assad bombed a rebel location┬ábut that the location had chemical weapons that were released when it was bombed:

Ambassador Ford says more evidence needed.

UPDATE on 4/14/17 at 8:25pm EST

Another figure who is making the same claim, that the Syrian Air Force dropped bombs on a rebel weapons depot that was stocked with chemical weapons, is veteran Ray McGovern:

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