Additionally, the news report inferred that the UN report "provided air tight evidence that Assad's forces fired rockets filled with Sarin gas..." and then later in the statement it noted "U.S. officials said." It was explicitly stated in the UN report that they had not completed the assessment as to the source of the chemical assault and that further studies and assessment were needed. This misleading journalism is concerning. It is important that we stay true to the facts of the situation and not create any unnecessary sentiments or conclusions before it is verified.
Exercise: Mind map the consequences of a public being misled by such inferences in a news report. It is very important that people are well informed so that the voice of the people is viably cognizant.