The move came shortly after a senior US official told reporters there was "very little doubt" that a chemical weapon had been used by government forces.
Of course, those opposed to the Syrian govt will claim any evidence found which may exonerate that govt of complicity in the attack will have been "planted". And any evidence of rebel complicity will be fobbed off as a "rogue, extremist element".
And so the inspections will not achieve anything inside Syria, but are purely for the International Community's benefit. And the International Community will still pursue the same agenda they have been pursuing for the last coule of years, making their convenient excuses to maintain those agendas.
Nothing will change. What an exercise in futility. And I expect the Syrian govt already know this.
Edited by Leonardo, 25 August 2013 - 01:20 PM.