Lie. The UN didn't offer conclusive certainty, but indicated with a high degree of confidence that Assad carried out the strike. So did Human Rights Watch, the OPCW, Bellingcat, and all national intelligence agencies apart from Russia/Syria/Iran. As I pointed out earlier in this thread, there was only one independent journalist "on the ground" who determined that the rebels did it, writing for the pro-Palestinian propaganda online tabloid, The Mint Press, and because he had no reputation, he attributed this article to a respected British reporter, Dale Gavlak, who denied any involvement and later issued a cease and desist letter to the Mint Press. The Mint Press asserted they could "prove" Dale wrote it, but then never offered an iota of evidence or neutral testimony to substantiate that. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UN_investigation_of_chemical_weapons_use_in_Ghouta#Report Why do you shills tell lies that are so easy to verify? Alternatively, how stupid do you have to be to believe what you just wrote?