posted on Apr, 7 2014 @ 07:04 PM
&action_type_map=[%22og.likes%22]&action_ref_map]Phillip Woods iPhone HOAX Exposed!
Wood would need a cell phone which can connect to a cell network and send messages (or Wifi – but open wifi or even wifi in a CIA detention
facility? That’s pretty ridiculous.). So there in lies the rub. I contacted Sure.io (formerly Cable & Wireless Diego Garcia) and they assured me
that if you want you phone to work (and its an unlocked quad band phone) you need to get a Sure.io sim card. No sim card no connection and that is
case closed – the end of this conspiracy. A 15 minutes email to sure.io debunked this, 15 minutes of research and thats all. But for the sake of
discussion I will also debunk the image as well.
This is a pretty good article that sums up some of the major problems with the fake Phillip Woods story.
Intellihub is becoming one of the least reliable websites in the conspiracy community that has a history of not caring about they facts and posting
articles later debunked without retraction.
Steve Quayle is also to blame for this latest hoax.
As the article reads, there would be zero wi-fi signal or signal period for Phillip Woods to connect to send his alleged photo which has gone viral on
the internet. Thousands have been tricked and fooled.
You would need a special SIM card to connect to the network at this secret CIA base they don't just have hotspots with free access for people to
connect to. This is ridiculous.
More quote from article:
If you look at the EXIF data from the original (reproduced here on a website decoder) you see a latitude and longitude which correspond to Diego
Garcia, home of the supposed CIA facility wood is being held at. So from the article we are told that this data is not editable. This is NOT TRUE and
I will demonstrate just how false this is.
ORIGINAL GPS DATA
GPS Altitude Ref Sea level GPS Latitude 7″18’58.308907 GPS Latitude Ref S
GPS Longitude 72″25’35.559082 GPS Longitude Ref E GPS Version ID 2 2 0 0
EDITING THE EXIF
The first thing we need to do is locate a good EXIF Editor. I chose EXIF Editor which for $9.99 on the app store was a steal. There are also
instructions here for doing it with Picassa which is free and apparently the way it was done for this hoax.
edit on 7-4-2014 by Skymon612 because: (no reason given)