Robert Stuart

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(researcher)
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Interests • Saving Syria's Children
• Dr Rola
• Saleyha Ahsan
• Hand in Hand for Syria

Robert Stuart a development officer at a charity[Which?]. He was suspicious of Saving Syria's Children and has extensively researched it, attractive the support of figures including Victor Lewis-Smith.

Activities

Robert Stuart has been the most prominent researcher probing the circumstances of "Dr Rola" and the various related footage presented by BBC. He has vocally denounced this as war propaganda and uncovered numerous inconsistencies in the BBC's broadcasts. He continues to present as of Summer 2017 and is reported on by independent media outlets such as Off Guardian[1][2], Mainstream Media Exposed[3] and Global Research.[4]

On 22 November 2017 Robert Stuart reported his suspicions about Ian Pannell, Darren Conway and Hand in Hand for Syria to the UK's Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism.[5]

Opinions

Robert Stuart has alleged that Saving Syria's Children was a “total fabrication” of an atrocity with the BBC’s reporter Ian Pannell “standing amidst a tableau of very bad actors”.[6] Craig Murray supported him, writing in March 2016 “Let me pin my colours to the mast and say that I am absolutely convinced that the BBC did deliberately and knowingly fake evidence of chemical attacks.” [7]

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Craig Murray“This video of Robert Stuart is a must see. Let me pin my colours to the mast and say that I am absolutely convinced that the BBC did deliberately and knowingly fake evidence of chemical attacks.”Craig Murray9 March 2016

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
File:BBC ECU Response about Dr Rola.pdfletter19 May 2014Colin TregearThe reponse from the BBC to the complaints about the veracity of the Dr Rola footage by Robert Stuart.


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