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As I expected, there were people who would not let go of their strong belief of whom the expert witness (Harley Guy) was after the 9/11 event. It turns out that many pictures used in a comparison...
Statement from Mark Humphrey:
I find it necessary to make a statement to defend myself against false accusations claiming that I had an involvement in a 9/11 conspiracy. I have been reluctant to respond to these claims mainly because I didn't want to lend any credence or attention to the inane actions of people who have posted these accusations. I find it incredibly offensive and unjust to be linked to the attacks in any way and feel that the few who persist in slandering me are not really interested in the TRUTH.
I was in L.A. at the time of the horrific 9/11 attacks. I spent all day glued to the T.V. like most of us in America and around the world. I would hope that any reasonable person could see that I am not the "Harley Guy"...For those who seek the truth, know that I, Mark Adrian Humphrey, am not "The Harley Guy" and I was not hired to play him...Beware the false prophets and people who manipulate with their lies.
Mark Adrian Humphrey
Originally posted by RenDMC
I followed the other thread and didn't know whether or not that harley guy was the one the previous thread stated.
THis Guy seems more like it though, I mean he looks so much like him and...... well I bet it is him. One question, why would he be involved in a massive cover up only to be on a massive TV show??
Originally posted by jd140
Maybe its just me, but I can't tell anything from that video.
The syncernization is so bad that he could be telling us how to make doughnuts and somebody threw in a poorly done voice over.
Originally posted by star in a jar
Anyone want to make a wager that this gent will 'commit suicide' in the next few days?
Originally posted by Dr Love
Regardless if they are one and the same, the Harley shirt dude was definitely giving a scripted answer. It was way too in depth, and most likely way (I MEAN WAY) over his own head. Give me a break.
If that is the same guy, I'd definitely like to know how he feels about what he did roughly eight years later.
Originally posted by Copernicus
Originally posted by Darthorious
The problem with this idea, assuming this is an/the actor, is that just because he happened to be there doesn't mean he was acting. Even if he was making comments about facts he had no knowledge about.
The normal behavior would have been to be uncertain of what really happened and be in a state of chock. Not talking like that about structural failure and fires. The guy is not reacting normally to the event. But yes, thats just my opinion. Its not evidence.
[edit on 21-5-2009 by Copernicus]
Originally posted by LoneGunMan
Hard evidence is not a necessity in a courtroom.
Think about this. You have a witness to a shooting and the guy gets interviewed and says this.
The perpetrator shot the victim at point blank range with a glock 9 millimeter. The victim died due to the slug entering his thorax cavity and stopping his heart due to ventricular penetration compromising the cardiac muscle to perform properly..
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to spot a shill. :shk: