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Syria's "White Helmets," who were seen Tuesday handling "sarin-saturated bodies" without gloves, staged a bizarre "death scene" in November of last year as part of a weird propaganda stunt.
As RT reported at the time: "The video that shows members of Syria’s White Helmets partaking in the popular 'Mannequin Challenge' with an injured man, was first posted online by the Revolutionary Forces of Syria Media Office (RFS), an anti-Assad media outlet. #MannequinChallenge was in the video’s title along with 'edge of death.'"
Here's the video:
Here's RT breaking it down:
Here's these same "White Helmets" in Syria on Tuesday handling "sarin-saturated victims" without gloves:
In case you think the Russkies made this all up, here's coverage from the BBC last November:
It is an achingly familiar scene. An injured man lies in the rubble as two members of the Syria Civil Defence group - known as the White Helmets - come to his aid, another apparent victim of Syria's bloody civil war.
In a statement to the BBC, the White Helmets acknowledged the involvement of two of their volunteers but said the video had not been sanctioned by the group's leadership team.Here's a shot from Tuesday of one of the allegedly dead victims of this gas-attack appearing to open her eyes:
The main source for the "sarin gas" story was allegedly an "Al-Qaeda-linked, deregistered British doctor" deemed "unfit to practice" named Shajul Islam:
An "anti-Assad reporter" allegedly tweeted about the chemical attack the day before it happened:
This story should be viewed with the highest of suspicions. Incidentally, not a single "fact checker" has taken this story up, even though Trump himself on Wednesday ran with the unverified claim Assad's government was behind the attack.
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