Doctoring dead children or another fake news from “White Helmets”

The Swedish NGO Doctors for Human Rights (SWEDHR) findings have raised serious questions about the anti-medical procedures of the “White Helmets” they advertise in their videos. They behaved as war criminals when they used dead children for propaganda purposes, Professor Marcello Ferrada de Noli wrote in the “Indicter” magazine.
According to SWEDHR, which paid attention to “questionable” cases of chemical attacks in Aleppo, Syria, including the incident on Sarmin, Idlib, on April 15, 2015, medical rescue scenarios depicted in White Helmets videos had obviously been staged. Namely, no substance (e.g. adrenaline) was injected into the infant while the ‘medic’ or doctor introduced the syringe-needle in a simulated intracardiac-injection maneuver, which was considered sufficient to raise a hypothesis that the child might in fact have died because of the injection procedure.
While the While Helmets themselves attributed the infant deaths to chlorine gas, this was disputed by SWEDHR. Additionally, a UK doctor ventured that the deaths could instead be attributed to drug overdose, most likely opiates.
Previously, SWEDHR disproved the wide-spread allegations that Syrian government forces have systematically used helicopters to drop chlorine gas on civilians in rebel-held areas of the country. According to SWEDHR, a critical analysis of evidence illustrates that the blame rests with Syrian rebel forces.
“I learned a lot of videos and came to the conclusion that the task of “White Helmets” is not to save lives, but to create the image of a people who suffer from a bloody Syrian regime. It is a real propaganda machine. But why journalists of Western media are not interested in basic fact-checking? Why the government makes decisions based on the information that was not verified? US uses fake information as the reason for changing the geopolitical picture of the world, for the invasion and military occupation of many states.

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