"Images of emaciated and mangled bodies from recent history in Syria are going on public display for the first time Wednesday at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum"
PennyOctober 14, 2014 at 3:40 AM
NO! What garbage. Those photos don't prove anything. I have done two posts or more on "Caesar" and his hoax.
Kind of gives one an idea regarding the rest of the contents in the museum doesn't it?
If the museum will exhibit, phony, PR firm created evidence and present it as credible- reputations and all being at stake- then clearly the US holocaust museum is unconcerned with credibility and reputations at stake. So how valid are the rest of their exhibits
Taking you back to January 2014 when this hoax was first initiated.
Syrian torture claims- Without the torture- Unlike Abu Ghraib- Odd? Coincidence? Not.
We are witnessing a smear campaign against Syria being put forth by Qatar.
simone lagareJanuary 21, 2014 at 3:59 AM
Please people get on to Social Networking site and POST! Call these photos of torture that are making the rounds on the MSM BULLSHIT they come from QATAR!
More stories. So very reminiscent of the chemical weapons psy op- Images and allegations
Briefest digression and then we will move on-
To this very day do we really know if any chemical attack was launched near Damascus?
Relinking because this went unnoticed- Analysts question US intelligence on alleged chemical attack
Experts agree that the chemical weapons attack in the Syrian capital of Damascus could not have happened the way the US government contendsThe attack could not have happened the way the US government contends. If it happened at all?
In such a timely fashion..... what appears today? ‘Evidence’ put together by the Qatar monarchy to manage your reality. If you will just believe unflinchingly. And just as the US showed it’s deceit and dishonesty. Oh but never mind there is torture ya know?
Here’s the story. Syrian regime accused of torture
The report was commissioned by the Gulf state of Qatar, which backs the Syrian rebels.The report was commissioned by Qatar, a backer of the murderous mercs.
That's red flag number 1!
The report is based on evidence from an unnamed informant, a photographer who claims to have defected from the Syrian military police. Identified as ‘Caesar' to protect his identity, the informant said he had smuggled photographs and files out of Syria on memory sticks to a contact in the Syrian National Movement.Unnamed informant, who smuggled images and files on a memory stick..
That's red flag # 2!
He claims that the smuggled data, which includes some 55,000 digital images, documents the deaths of 11,000 detainees in custody at the hands of the Syrian government from March 2011 until August 2013.
Some of the photographs show emaciated, bloodstained corpses bearing signs of torture. Others show bodies with eyes missing, while there are signs of strangulation or electrocution on others.
‘Caesar' claims they died in captivity before being taken to a military hospital to be photographed.
Claims photographs taken in a 'military' hospital.That's red flag #3
If 'Caesar' is an insider. With insider knowledge. Why doesn't he have photos, images, taken where the detainees were held? And where all this torture is alleged to have taken place? An insider should certainly have that capability? Why would an insider present info from the outside?
From what I have read there are no images of victims in captivity. There are no images of torture as it is happening.
Oh and why not take actual hard files? If you had access you could have taken some before you fled.
Why didn't 'Caesar' take actual hard copies of info?
No images of torture in captivity- Unlike Abu Ghraib, right?
|Abu Ghraib- images from an insider|
All images taken of the deceased in an alleged military hospital?
But nothing to show where these crimes were to have taken place- Unlike Abu Ghraib?
|A detainee apparently being abused at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison in 2003.|
Why couldn’t this 'insider', military police officer, get images such as those we saw in Abu Ghraib?
|A detainee apparently being abused at Iraq's Abu Ghraib prison in 2003.|
Unless.............. this 'Ceasar' is not an insider?
There is more. Ceasar's story just doesn't add up.
I will elaborate..... From this article quoting 'Ceasar'
"The reason for photographing executed persons was twofold. First to permit a death certificate to be produced without families requiring to see the body, thereby avoiding the authorities having to give a truthful account of their deaths; second to confirm that orders to execute individuals had been carried out."Permit a death certificate to be produced? Why would this (photo taking) be required? How would images be necessary for this? (the assumption is that these are Syrian citizens, but, that is not necessarily the case)
If these were any of the vast foreign fighters that may have been incarcerated? What families would be required to see these bodies? Saudi families? Tunisian families? Chechen families? Libyan families? French families? Brits? Canadians? Americans? etc., etc.,
And if these are images of Syrian citizens it would make more sense to me that these are indeed images taken by the hired killers. They have been killing so many Syrian citizens all along.
As for all the other claims:
"Military hospital"? sufficiently vague. How many militarized hospitals are controlled by the mercs and NGO’s? Perhaps these images were produced in some Israeli hospital, who really knows?
How many Syrian civilians have the mercs tortured, maimed, raped and killed?
How many persons have the mercs mutilated and then took pics of the very atrocities they committed?. Their handiwork? Including organ eating? I am quite certain our Qatari backed military police defector could get his hands on plenty of those images? There are so many of them available on line. One can only imagine the private holdings of the merciless (captagon high) hired killers?
"The former prosecutors said they were satisfied there was "clear evidence, capable of being believed by a tribunal of fact in a court of law, of systematic torture and killing of detained persons by the agents of the Syrian government. It would support findings of crimes against humanity and could also support findings of war crimes against the current Syrian regime."There might be evidence of torture? Goodness knows there has been enough reports of atrocities by the rebels. Mass killings. Use of chemical weapons. Beheadings and more. But is there any real evidence connecting the torture to the Syrian government or Syrian officials? Who conducted the torture? Important stuff. None of it addressed by these allegations
The team said they found the informant and his evidence to be credible after "rigorous scrutiny." The images were also examined and authenticated by three forensic science experts, the Guardian said.The images are most likely real. But that doesn't tell us where? When? Who?
Geneva 2 on the horizon
The report comes just ahead of the Geneva 2 peace talks, due to be held on Wednesday, which are aimed at negotiating an end to Syria's three-year-old civil war.A pattern we have seen all along concerning the demonization of Syria. Ahead of some meeting... outrageous allegations
On Monday, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon rescinded an offer to include Iran in this week's Syria peace conference, less than 24 hours after making it. The decision came after the main Western-backed opposition group, the Syrian National Coalition (SNC), threatened to boycott the talks.
Shortly after Ban withdrew the offer to Iran, the SNC confirmed its participation in the conference.