posted on Aug, 26 2014 @ 01:46 PM
The beheading video looks real, but very staged, to me. The argument about lack of blood was that it might have been hot outside and the journalist
was very dehydrated. Also, from the direction of the cut, starting with the front, the blood would have flowed into his trachea and lungs first, not
outside his body. That is where the gurgling sound comes from. I've heard other claims that it was a goat call so it's fake -- that's offensive
and stupid, most deaths are noisy.
He put on a very brave face considering the lies he had to recite and his execution. He was tense for good reason, he was bracing for the inevitable.
As he was a journalist witnessing the carnage in those foreign lands, beheadings were part of the conditions over there, so he was educated about what
I'm offended at the size of the knife. It was small, and seemed dull. Why was a short knife used, and not a large very sharp blade like the other
killers have? So it makes me think that the video was partially staged, and edited because the initial cut may have been by the man in the video, but
logically you get to the spine and there is going to be an issue and this is why the other executioners have big blades. In historic beheadings, a
big sharp blade, one blow to the neck, most humane, in case people have forgotten about the thousands of beheadings in history. And a larger blade
means the killer doesn't have to get too close to the victim.
Realistically, comparing knives on flesh, and the sick sad world we are in, you can't even cut a chicken from the store with that kind of knife
without a lot of work. Families have bigger knives to cut the necks of the sheep and goat that they cook for dinner, to get the job done with the
least amount of stress.
Considering the argument that it happened somewhere else, maybe it was illegal to obtain such a large blade. So then it would be staged, but it