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originally posted by: deltaalphanovember
a reply to: Spader
In the video comments someone mentioned that it could be a training exercise for citizen first responders, but there was no triage or on-site stabilising of the "victims" so that does not seem to be right to me (I have no medical experience so I could be wrong). They just rushed the "injured" away.
originally posted by: Dark Ghost
Bizarre to say the least.
Just made me think: we have been conditioned to believe that much of the ME is unstable and that real car bombings and stuff of that nature happens frequently.
But what if we are wrong? What if it is just made to appear that way?
A car bomb parked in a street of the Al-Hurriyah district of Baghdad killed at least eight people and wounded 30 more on October 30, 2016. At least, that’s what media reports suggested. Security camera footage that emerged three days later painted a fundamentally different picture: people prepared to run to the scene, pretending to be dead and waiting to be picked up by medical personnel. What is going on here?