The British Newspaper “Daily Mail” have removed an article from its website under the title “The US supported the plan to carry out a chemical attack in Syria and to blame Bashar Al Assad regime for it”.
Based on Louise Boyle’s Article, a chemical attack should have been in actions due to the international coalition in Syria.
The reports made reference to an email said to have been from David Goulding, the Business Development Director of Britam Defence, to company founder, Philip Doughty. The email had been published on the internet after Britam’s computer system was illegally hacked in Singapore. It referred to a proposal that Britam would deliver chemical weapons to Syria for enormous financial reward and suggested that the directors were willing to consider the illegal proposal.
We now accept that email was fabricated and acknowledge there is no truth in any suggestion that Britam or its directors were willing to consider taking part in such a plot, which may have led to an atrocity.
We apologies to each of them and have agreed to pay substantial damages. The author of the publication points out that the emails were published by a certain Malaysian hacker.
The United States launched a massive missile attack on the Syrian airfield of Shayrat in Homs province. Washington claims that a chemical attack was conducted in the city of Khan-Sheikhun. Dozens of people became victims of the attack. A chemical attack should have been the occasion for activating the actions of the international coalition in Syria.