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The Russians have a proposal the Syrians are all about it they've never admitted they have chemical weapons until 45 seconds ago.
But now -- do we have them we're going to give them to you.
We will show them to do -- you can come and have them and we will give away the chemical weapons it has given us all this power for all this time.
Now the secretary of state John Kerry's off to Geneva Switzerland.
To meet with the Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov and they're gonna talk about Syrian in the meantime serious foreign minister goes.
We're good to go we don't think anyone should use chemical weapons.
The day after their own president said it would they didn't use chemical weapons -- the rebels use it on them.
But now it's all wrapped up in a nice tight little but we even have these long statements perfectly translated into English by these people.
It all fits together perfectly.
Things don't ever fit together perfect.
Catherine Herridge is live in Washington this this is.
This is a bigger mess than any conspiracy peers and I know a lot of them that anyone could have dreamed up where are we now.
Well based on this proposition by the Russians they're opening the door for a UN inspections.
On the face of it inside of Syria and having been.
In Iraq in the late ninety's when the UN inspectors were there trying to confirm whether the Iraqi Government had chemical or -- -- biological weapons.
You can see that there are problems of scale.
Syria said to have one of the largest chemical weapons stockpiles so securing that and being open or transparent.
About the location is problem number one.
And number two is just that these UN programs -- for an inspection programs are always subject to delay its that if -- come inspection by committee if you will and that seems to be with a proposal is opening the door to shepherd.
And all of a sudden you give UN weapons inspectors in.
By definition UN weapons inspectors are from all over the place and when things don't go well there'd -- a perfect little human shields aren't that.
Well -- -- our experience is reporting in Iraq in the late ninety's on the UN weapons inspection program is that you had that scenario where the inspectors were at the front door of the palace.
And then at the back tour you had the Iraqis going out and then this issue of human shields as a potential as well --
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