Images: "A lot of them were bald and many had beards. Many wore white sports shoes and army pants," said Guardian's "defected officer." An apt description of the NATO-armed sectarian terrorists that ravaged Libya before traveling to Syria (here, here, and here) to continue their campaign of extremist-driven genocide. Of course, Guardian's "officer" claims he heard, from 300 meters away, inside his house, the militants crying the conveniently incriminating, "Shabiha forever, for your eyes, Assad." (click image to anlarge.)
Considering that the Houla lies will be used as a major part of the push for war on Syria, the proverbial straw, it is important that we do our best to educate as many people as possible to these lies.
June 2, 2012
Latest fabrications includes defected "air force officer" with "super human" hearing and sight, and miraculous satellite imaging.
The officer claims he saw militants riding in "cars and army trucks and on motorbikes," which contradicts another star witness the Guardian has produced, little 11 year old "Ali" who maintains that militants dismounted from tanks and armored transports to carry out their dark deeds. The Guardian reported,
""they came in armoured vehicles and there were some tanks," said the boy."
HOW FAR IS 300 METERS?
300 meters (approximately 328 yards) is beyond the range of both a human's ability to discern what a human voice is saying, as well as beyond the ability for human eyes to positively identify strangers as belonging to one group of militants or another.
Magic Eye in the Sky
In the BBC's "Satellite image clues to Houla massacre in Syria," alleged satellite imagery taken from the scene of the massacres is said to show the two sites of the attacks as well as "reported" positions of pro-government militias and "suspected" locations of Syrian artillery positions. The article claims there were two separate attacks, over 500 meters apart from each other. Surely then, Guardian's defected "officer" only saw one of these attacks at best - that is, if the "officer" even exists.
The BBC reported in their article that, "satellite images obtained by the BBC show clearly the location of Syrian military forces around the site of last week's massacre at Houla where 108 civilians died, including 49 children."
Of course, the images could not have been taken "during the massacre," and BBC even dates the images as being taken the day after. This is because imagery satellites are constantly moving in relation to the surface of the Earth and only "revisit" any particular location between 1-3 days ~ sometimes even longer.
And because of this fact, any imagery before or after the events would be completely irrelevant as both artillery and militia positions could have moved half way across the country between windows when a satellite would be overhead.
The narrative has shifted from the Syrian army shelling civilians to death, to soldiers dismounting from tanks and killing civilians at close range, to pro-government militias dismounting from tanks and killing civilians at close range, and now finally, militants in cars, trucks, and on motorbikes killing civilians at close range ~ which seems to corroborate the Syrian government's own conclusion, that it was terrorists.
A Fales BBC report. witness account is only as good as the actual evidence supporting it.