Summary. This article reports updated findings I
obtained in a further examination of videos published by the White
Helmets, and which aimed to represent consequences of an alleged gas
attack in Sarmine in March 2015 [See my first report of March 6, 2017].  The videos depict a medical rescuing scenario focused on ‘lifesaving’ procedures on children.
The new findings, which have also
been confirmed in second-opinions issued by MD specialists and members
of Swedish Doctors for Human Rights (SWEDHR) on March 12, 2017, a)
demonstrate that the main highlighted ‘life-saving‘ procedure on the
infant shown in the second video of the sequence was faked. Namely, no
substance (e.g. adrenaline) was injected into the child while the
‘medic’ or doctor introduced the syringe-needle in a simulated
intracardiac-injection manoeuvre [See video below with the findings’
synopsis]; b) may bring support to the hypothesis mentioned by doctors
in the previous report, referring that the child in question, “if not
already dead, might have died because the injection procedure”.