Quote:Assad's regime maintains that it did not drop chemical weapons on Khan Sheikhoun, a farming village near Homs, and says it bombed Jihadi weapons stores which released the deadly nerve agent.
But experts have rubbished that theory, saying sarin gas would be destroyed by an explosion, rather than dispersed.
Experts also said that General Hasouri would almost certainly have known he was dropping chemical agents, as the target area would have differed from a conventional bomb attack.
Chemical weapons have to be dropped upwind of the target area, with ideal weather conditions so the gas does not evaporate too quickly or blow away too fast.
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What is a General doing flying?
This seems awfully suspicious.