Whistleblower: OPCW suppressed Syria chemical evidence after US pressure



The Grayzone

A second whistleblower from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has come forward to accuse top OPCW officials of suppressing critical evidence. The evidence undermines allegations that the Syrian government committed a chemical weapons attack in Douma in April 2018 -- an allegation that prompted US-led airstrikes. The second whistleblower also says that three US officials took part in pressuring the OPCW. We speak to veteran journalist Jonathan Steele, the first reporter to interview the second whistleblower. Guest: Jonathan Steele, journalist, author, and The Guardian's former chief foreign correspondent. Jonathan Steele's article: 

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