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originally posted by: anonentity
Published on the tenth of jan...Since when in a live interview is their a green screen in the Ecuadorian Embassy? www.youtube.com... Come on CIA or Stratfor your rushing your work, a bit of panic perhaps? It Takes a while to get going, as we have a bit of mucking around with the sound.
originally posted by: justneo
a reply to: anonentity
Im not saying Julian has been killed, but there's one thing other then the green screen that puts me off this
specific q and a video.
At 2:00:41 instead of walking away, or the video camera shutting off. Julian just fades away why does he fade away, how does that work?
And then continue to keep the green screen with the wikileaks logo running.
The only way I can think that this could happen, is if Julian wasn't present at the same location as the camera he was using to broadcast this video.
Meaning both the green screen and Julian were two separate feeds into what ever was being used as the broadcasting hardware.
Why not just have one camera with some green paper big enough behind him to be a back drop. Turn on the camera and just let the software do its job.
Maybe theres a reasonable explanation as to why he fades away. But from every live video from Twitch to YouTube or any online live streaming that I've watched. If they are streaming with the camera present in the same room. When the broadcast Is finished the whole video fades out, Including the green screen that's being used in the same room as the individual.
So maybe Julian is alive and well, but maybe his not alive and "safe"