Sarin: Turkish prosecutor filed an indictment against terrorists of al-Nusra.
The prosecutor in the Turkish city of Adana has filed an indictment, consisting of 132 pages, against six members of the Al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) and the Harakat Ahrar ash-Sham Al Islami (Ahrār ash-Shām).
Among the accused terrorists are a Syrian guy and five Turkish nationals. These terrorists have tried to purchase chemicals with the intention to produce the chemical warfare agent Sarin out of these chemicals.
The Turkish newspaper Radical reported that the suspects were already under an observation by the Turkish police after the police has received a hint that members of the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) would try to buy chemicals, which are subject to state control.
A total of 11 people were arrested in a house in the Turkish city of Adana on 23 May 2013. The house served as hiding place for the terrorists after they have bought the chemicals.
On 31 May, I have reported in my article “CIA terrorists caught with poison gas” that the terrorists had been arrested with 2 kilos of Sarin in their possession. Five of those arrested were released by the Turkish police after the questioning and after a review of the background.
According to media reports, the five Turks have joined the al-Nusra Front (Jabhat al-Nusra) in Syria shortly after their release by the Turkish police.
The prosecutor mentions the 35-year-old Syrian citizen Hytham Qassap (code name “Abu Salah”) as the requestor, buyer and leader of the group in the indictment. The Turks Halit Usta 52, Halit Ünalkaya 47, İbrahim Akça 50, Bekir Karaoğlan 43, and Raif Ay 40 served as the logistician for Qassap.
He is accused of “being a member of a terrorist organization” and for the attempt to “acquire weapons for a terrorist organization”. The other five members are charged with the latter reason. If found guilty, Qassab can expect 25 years in prison. His co-defendants expect 15 years in prison.
The indictment has listed the following material, which was obtained by the terrorists:
time fuses, chromium tubes, thionyl chloride (SOCl2), potassium fluoride (KF), methanol (CH3OH), isopropanol (C3H8O), N-methyl ethanolamine (C3H9NO), white phosphorus (P4), and medical glucose as well as bauxite.
It is quite possible to produce Sarin with these chemicals. Added to this, white phosphorus is highly toxic, already 50 mg can be fatal for humans. It is said that a total of 10 tons of material have been ordered. With such a huge amount of chemicals and material, they would have been able to produce a really huge amount of Sarin.
The following cartoon shows that there are good and bad terrorists for the United States.
In Syria, they are good terrorists who are called the “rebels” and they are supplied with weapons and money. They are allowed to spread terror in the country, because it is about the struggle against Assad.
In Afghanistan but also in Pakistan, Yemen, and Mail, they are bad terrorists, which are fought with NATO forces or killer drones.