September 10th, 2013
01:45 AM ET

Who used Chemical Weapons in Syria?

The Assad regime and the opposition both blame each other for using chemical weapons. How does this issue impact the world's response? Anderson and his panel take a look at how "red lines," military intervention, and inaction would impact the crisis in Syria.
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Filed under: AC360 Later • Andrew Sullivan • Bashar al-Assad • Chemical Weapons • Christiane Amanpour • Syria
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  1. Tony Bresse

    Ok here is the big logical sign of guilt I have seen from president Assad interview yesterday. If you ask any president if they used chemical weapons, their first reaction would be "I WOULD NEVER USE CHEMICAL WEAPONS AGAINST MY OWN PEOPLE" but instead he started to blame it on rebels and pointing out that the west has no evidence yet. That killer of his own people is GUILTY and should be punished for his crime against humanity.

    September 10, 2013 at 8:18 am |

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