Two of President Trump’s “nice and new and smart” cruise missiles were recovered non-detonated by the Syrian Armed Forces on April 14, one day after the US, the UK and France fired more than 100 rockets into Syria according to the Russian TASS new agency. The U.S.-led missile strike targeted what they assumed were Syrian chemical weapon facilities in response to the April 07 gas attack in the Syrian city of Douma.
And now the reverse engineering of America’s “new and smart” technology can begin: an unnamed source within the Syrian military confirmed to TASS that the cruise missiles were sent to Russia on April 18.
Two cruise missiles that were not exploded during the US missile strike in Syria on the night of April 14 were discovered by the Syrian military, both missiles in good enough condition the day before yesterday [April 17] were transferred to the Russian military,” the source said.
As the source adds “these missiles were sent yesterday [April 18] by plane to Russia” for further examination.
Alleged images of American and French cruise missiles shot down by Syria forces have recently surfaced on Twitter:
“Syrian soldier stands beside downed US Tomahawk missile,” said Partisangirl.
— Partisangirl 🇸🇾 (@Partisangirl) 14 April 2018
“Some are saying the missile with the red tip on the right is a Russian R-40 band I’ve come to agree. But Pentagon trolls are trying to use this to claim Syria didn’t shoot down any missiles, how do they explain the French, English & American dates on these missiles?” she said.