Kerry: Samples from Syria attack test positive for signs of sarin gas

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(CNN) – Blood and hair samples from eastern Damascus, Syria, have “tested positive for signatures of sarin” gas, Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday, arguing that with “each day that goes by, this case is even stronger.”

Kerry said on CNN’s “State of the Union” that the U.S. obtained the samples “independently” through an “appropriate chain of custody,” giving no indication the results came from the United Nations chemical weapons inspectors.



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  • KellyGordon

    Although the morality statute is un deniable, my gut feeling is WE should stay out of it, things are tough enough on our countries citizens with out starting something else that WE THE PEOPLE can't afford to pay for. because our government wants to does NOT mean the people agree, let the serian government and its people deal with it.

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