Here is what you obviously believe.<quoted text>I am denying that it was Assad. Now there have been attacks by O'bama's rebels since January-O'bama is on the side of the terrorists as per usual.
Assad saw the results of a chemical weapon that killed over a thousand of innocent civilians. His people.
Why didn't he call in the UN right away & give them access to the site? Certainly proof that the rebels were using chemical weapons would diminish their support from outside countries & bring the wrath of the UN down on his enemies. You would think he would have invited UN, American & Russians to the site to clear himself & catch the rebels.
The analysis to prove the Sarin gas must take place right away or the most telling signatures dissipate. The longer the delay, the less evidence to find.
You also believe that Assad was so concerned about these people that he continued to shell that site for days.
Assad said he was not responsible, not that he attack did not come from his government.
Assad clearly delayed allowing UN inspectors & tried to destroy evidence through shelling the site.