(Worthy News) – U.S. officials reportedly used unverified “intelligence” about Russia to deter Russian President Vladimir Putin in what NBC News’ National Security Correspondent Ken Dilanian called an “unprecedented” move.
A new NBC report claims three U.S. officials told the outlet there is no evidence Russia threatened to use chemical agents in Ukraine. Rather, the administration publicly said it in order to deter Russia from using the munitions, according to the report. Dilanian said Wednesday the U.S. has “never seen this level of information warfare.”
“That was based on declassified intelligence but we’re also told the intelligence wasn’t very clear about what exactly was going on,” Dilanian said. “They decided to disclose it as a way of deterring Russia from doing that and putting the world on notice that this could happen and that’s what’s going on here, the big picture, this is an unprecedented use of declassified intelligence.” [ Source: Daily Caller (Read More…) ]
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