BBC slammed over fake Syria interview

BBC has fabricated news on Syria chemical use , British former envoy says.

The British state-run broadcaster BBC has fabricated news on Syria chemical weapons use, ex-envoy says.

Craig Murray, the UK™s former ambassador to Uzbekistan and human rights activist came up with œirrefutable evidence” of news fabrication on Syria chemical weapons use by the BBC.

Murray, compared different versions of the same interview on Syria, which were released by BBC on different dates:

In the first version, released on August 29, a medic, who is examining the aftermath of a school bombing is heard saying, œ..It™s just absolute chaos and carnage here, erm we™ve had a massive influx of what looks like serious burns, er seems like it must be some sort of, I™m not really sure, maybe napalm, something similar to that..”

However, in another report, released on September 30, the script of the second footage is slightly altered.

In the second version of the interview, the medic can be hear saying, œIt™s just absolute chaos and carnage here, erm we™ve had a massive influx of what looks like serious burns, er seems like it must be some sort of chemical weapon , I™m not really sure..”

œThe disturbing thing is the footage of the doctor talking is precisely the same each time. It is edited so as to give the impression the medic is talking in real time in her natural voice – there are none of the accepted devices used to indicate a voiceover translation. But it must be true that in at least one, and possibly both, the clips she is not talking in real time in her own voice,” Murray said on his official website.

According to Murray, perhaps neither of the above is what she actually said. He also added that it is very hard to judge what exactly the doctor is saying in the interview as her mouth and lips are fully covered.

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