To me this could be disinfo because Assange has been seen to keep some
very high level odd company.
None the less it does tell us what message they are trying to sell, and
for it to sell well fair odds some of it is true.
The key is to try to figure out what is real and what is not, and
that can sometimes be done by deriving what their objective
for releasing the info was in this case.
In any event Syria is in trouble, and it looks like its getting worse,
but with the NWO arrayed against them they really don't stand a chance
even if the US will not engage and will have Turkey do it by proxy.
Much of what has happened since WW2 has been proxy wars,
some more, some less, but its obvious to those who dig a bit.
Manaf Tlass, a brigadier-general in the republican guard and a son of former defence minister Mustafa Tlass, has reportedly fled to Turkey. A Damascus-based website claims to have confirmation from "a highly placed source in intelligence". If true, the defection will be a major blow to the Assad regime.
• Turkey says the bodies of the two pilots shot down by Syria last month were recovered from the seabed today (see 4.01pm)
• The whistleblowing website WikiLeaks has begun publishing what it claims are more than two million emails involving the Assad regime's inner circle from August 2006 to March 2012 (see 12.18pm).
• President Bashar al-Assad has accused foreign governments of financing the uprising against him by paying people to protest.
• The UN's suspended supervision mission in Syria is to be restructured to focus on fewer areas, General Robert Mood, the head of the mission, has announced (see 10.09am).
• Switzerland has frozen arms exports to the UAE after grenades sold to the Gulf state were discovered in the hands of Syrian rebels (see 10.26am).