Ian Pannell: contradictions in accounts of Aleppo school bomb attack

Ian Pannell is the BBC reporter who “broke the Aleppo school bombing story“.

Pannell’s accounts of the event contain a number of inconsistencies and raise a number of queries, some of which are presented below. See links below each graphic for full references and further discussion.

  • For a related presentation of inconsistencies in accounts of the alleged Aleppo school bombing by Dr Saleyha Ahsan see here.
  • For a You Tube presentation on some of the issues surrounding BBC Panorama ‘Saving Syria’s Children’ and related BBC News reports see here.
  • For further information on the charity Hand in Hand for Syria see herehere and here.
  • For full background on all these matters see the home page of this blog. 
  • See also Further questions surrounding Ian Pannell’s Syria coverage

About Robert Stuart

Researching the 2013 BBC Panorama documentary Saving Syria's Children and associated BBC News reports.

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