A remarkable claim has been made about the world famous institution of the USA, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
In the book Red Line, written by Washington Post author Joby Warrick, it was revealed that the CIA paid a person named Ayman, a senior chemical expert in Syria, for 14 years.
In the book, it was stated that an official named Ayman worked with both Syria and the USA and shared Syria’s secret chemical weapons data with the USA in return for the money he received from the CIA.
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It was stated that Ayman, known as a “chemist” by the CIA, continued to work with both parties from 1988 to 2001.
Inspired by the US President Barack Obama’s warning to Syrian leader Bashar Assad in 2012 and saying that the use of chemical weapons was a “red line”, the book stated that Ayman was revealed in 2001 and it is known that he shared secrets. It was stated that Ayman, who was captured in 2001 and “betrayed” Syria, was executed the same year.
In 2012, Obama warned Assad not to use chemical weapons and said he could use military force if such information came. In August 2013, the emergence of evidence that Assad forces used sarin gas in the Ghouta region of Damascus and that hundreds of civilians were killed.
In the book, it was also emphasized that the CIA’s knowledge of where these chemical weapons were stored, thanks to the data Ayman leaked.
Following the news in the US press and then in the world press, the CIA did not make a statement on the issue.
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