Pentagon Denies Any Missiles Were Intercepted By Syrian Forces, Provides Own Version Of Events

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In comparison to the Russian version, the Pentagon says Syrian forces intercepted no missiles during the April 14 strike.

According to this version, the US launched 105 missiles at the alleged “chemical weapons” facilities of the Assad government.

  • 76 missiles – “Barzah Research and Development Center”
  • 22 missiles – “Him Shinshar Chemical Weapons Storage Site”
  • 7 missiles – “Him Shinshar CW Bunker”

However, the US military once again refused to provide any evidence confirming its allegations over the April 7 Douma “chemical attack” or Assad’s “chemical weapons facilities”. The formal reason is that the evidence is related to “intelligence”.

All the “evidence” provided by the Pentagon:

Pentagon Denies Any Missiles Were Intercepted By Syrian Forces, Provides Own Version Of Events

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Pentagon Denies Any Missiles Were Intercepted By Syrian Forces, Provides Own Version Of Events

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Pentagon Denies Any Missiles Were Intercepted By Syrian Forces, Provides Own Version Of Events

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Earleir, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the US had launched 103 missiles, 71 of which were intercepted by Syrian forces.

The Pentagon’s briefing:

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