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The Truth "Behind" The Charlie Hebdo Solidarity Photo-Op

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posted on Jan, 19 2015 @ 04:47 PM
a reply to: GogoVicMorrow

The sloppy red circles are what I've added.

In the top picture, you can see where there is an extra lapel added where the arm was removed. Look closely, it's actually the leftovers from the woman's jacket. Whoever did this was rushing and missed seriously obvious details. How you are overlooking them is beyond me.

In the bottom picture, I've highlighted the specific dark blue line running through the woman's scarf, which can also be seen in the top (after) photo on the man's chest area. My first circle makes this hard to see, but look for yourself on the version available to you.

You can also see the zipper on the man's jacket in both photos, it doesn't move.

I didn't bother circling the man's hands being sans-glove in the bottom shot, but the man (for some reason) put a glove on one hand and miraculously placed it in the exact same positioning of the woman's hand in the top shot.

Very interested to see these other differences you are talking about, maybe when you get to the P.C. you will see that you're way off.
edit on 1/19/2015 by ChaosComplex because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 19 2015 @ 04:55 PM

originally posted by: James1970
Here is a video from the comments section in the article.

I learn some new filth about Israel almost every day.
Yeah well they also edited this out. We should all be outraged!

posted on Jan, 20 2015 @ 12:48 AM

Texta reply to: arjunanda

I know these awful politicians are targets and need protection - people are out to kill them. But if they can't even get SOLIDARITY right, what are they good for? For once in their professional lives, they could have gone out into the crowds of people instead of being cowards.

The irony of them wanting the public (voters) to March Against Terror whilst they won't even take the chance of joining them says so much...

Yes Kandinsky, That Reply of yours pretty much sums this whole Stinking Pile O Fish. You cut to the chase and encapsulated The Missing Heart and Spirit that has always been absent within these people. No wonder The World is in the state it is today. Thanhs Again for your concise observation and Peace Arjunanda a reply to: Kandinsky

posted on Jan, 21 2015 @ 06:22 PM
a reply to: arjunanda

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posted on Jan, 25 2015 @ 02:53 PM

originally posted by: GogoVicMorrow
a reply to: ChaosComplex

Nope. Sorry look better. The man holding the arm of tge woman with the blye scarf in the photo on the video. When it moves to the second photo with no women look for that man. He has a distinct jacket. In the second photo his jacket is unzipped partially revealing some blue (not remnants of her scarf as it is between his unzipped jacket - so even if you said its part of her scard his jacket is still now unzipped where it wasn't before)..

I guess im just better at spot the difference.
Im not saying there wasnt photoshop done but they are not the same picture. Or else they found another picture of that man from that day and plugged him in.
My observation is not only not flawed, it's dead on the money and im apparently the first to see it. When im on the p.c. ill screen shot it and put them beside each other and circle it so you can too.

Totally wrong.

It's the same picture photoshopped.

You didn't even bother to notice the guy suddenly has the gloved woman's hand.

His jacket is not unzipped at all, just somehow they must have used a blue filter when selecting, which ended up leaving her scarf in the image.

The photoshop edit was a total hack job. You are not better at spotting differences. You are not dead on the money. You are wrong.

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