Emails leaked may argue that the White House approved the use of chemical weapons in Syria, writes the tabloid The Daily Mail. "In such an attack could be accused of the Assad regime, which, in turn, would encourage the use of foreign troops in the affected country," — says journalist Louise Boyle.
So, on Monday, it was reported, quoting e-mail correspondence, "two senior employees of the British company Britam Defence, fulfilling government orders" (language editions). "The letter outlines a plan," approved by Washington, "and explained that Qatar will finance the rebels in Syria, so that they use chemical weapons" — the article says.
In December, Obama said that the U.S. will not tolerate the use of chemical weapons against Assad Syrians.
"According to Infowars.com, a letter dated December 25, sent Britam Director of Business Development, David Goulding, it was addressed to Philip Doughty, founder of the company," — says the article.
The newspaper quoted the letter itself:
"Phil … We have a new proposal. Again concerning Syria. Qataris offer an enticing deal and swear, that idea is approved by Washington.
We will have to deliver in Homs CW (abbreviation that could mean chemical weapon — "chemical weapons." — Approx. Ed.), Gas-shell (in the original g-shell) of Soviet origin from Libya, like those that should be in-Assad.
They want us to send our Ukrainian staff to speak in Russian and make video document.
Frankly, I do not think it's a good idea, but it offers a huge amount. What is your opinion?
Sincerely, David. "
The newspaper reports: Britam Defence and the U.S. State Department has not yet responded to a request to comment on.
Who published the e-mails? "Malaysian hacker, who also obtained the summaries and copies of top managers over an unprotected server company," — says the publication, referring to Cyber War News.
The paper also recalls: January 28, at a press briefing in Washington raised the issue of the use of chemical weapons. Administration official said the United States after the international community "about the effects of chemical weapons found the usual" red line. "
In addition, the blog The Cable magazine Foreign Policy (USA) has published several articles on the dispatch of U.S. Consul General in Turkey, which reported on the investigation of the version that the Syrian army has used chemical weapons in Homs in December.