Senate Unveils Video of Chemical Attack

    This image from video that was released by a U.S. government official and shown to senators during a classified briefing on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013 shows a child apparently suffering from continuous, uncontrolled limb movement consistent with nerve agent exposure in Ain Tarma, a suburb of Damascus, Syria, following the Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack. The child was one of many shown lying on the floor of the same facility for treatment. (AP Photo/APTN)


    The Senate Intelligence Committee released on Sunday 13 minutes of video depicting the gas attacks allegedly taken out by the Syrian government on August 21. The disturbing video, which shows victims convulsing and foaming at the mouth, was released amid U.S. efforts to convince both allies and members of Congress to intervene with an airstrike in Syria. On Saturday, Secretary of State John Kerry urged allies not to be "silent spectators to this slaughter." Now with the video readily available, that notion may hit home.

    In Syria.
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