reply to post by zysin5
I agree with you. This seemed staged to me too. For your convenience, here is my post on page 5
It looked staged to me too.
Too many things don't make sense in the video
To start with, this woman was very brazen, forward, and didn't mind taking up the supposed agents time. Well then, why didn't she verify their
credentials by calling the FBI ?
She even printed in the video
"Rule #1: Check badges carefully"
So why didn't she call an FBI office to check their badges? They stated right at the start of the video they were ,"from right here in Austin".
She checked the badges sooooo carefully that she didn't even notice one of the 2 agents was not FBI but a US Marshal.
The video shows:
The supposed female agent is not FBI but a US Marshal (Layne Brewster-Smith Special Deputy US Marshal)
The USMS is the enforcement arm of the United States federal courts. U.S. Marshals protect court officers and buildings and ensure the effective
operation of the judicial system. The US Marshals Service assists with court security and prisoner transport, serves arrest warrants and seeks
If you notice in the video, they even have different badge styles.
Next I've noticed that this video must have been shot on a Friday, because the supposed FBI agents are so casually dressed. I didn't realize the FBI
had Casual Friday??? Oh wait, one of the supposed agents weren't with the FBI which means 2 completely different portions of the government have
The lady likes throwing around the pointless fact that she has 5 kids. So what? What does that have to do with anything? Is she actually claiming that
if you have kids, you can't commit a crime????
At one point in the video, the lady points the camera at the female agent and again says she is an FBI agent.. But wait according to rule #1, she
would have CAREFULLY checked the female agents ID ??? Now obviously the written text would have been edited in later so why wouldn't she have noticed
the fact that the person was not an FBI agent at some point? I did when I watched it 1 time. She probably spent hours reviewing the footage during the
editing process yet not once did this fact come up??? Hmmm....
This woman has put so little thought into this video that she actually inserts the following text
"Rule #3: Pleading silence is a 1st amendment right, it does not mean you are hiding info".
The fifth amendment protects witnesses from being forced to incriminate themselves. To "plead the Fifth" is to refuse to answer a question because
the response could provide self-incriminating evidence of an illegal conduct punished by fines, penalties or forfeiture.
If she plead the 1st Amendment,
The First Amendment (Amendment I) to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights. The amendment prohibits the making of any law
"respecting an establishment of religion", impeding the free exercise of religion, infringing on the freedom of speech, infringing on the freedom of
the press, interfering with the right to peaceably assemble or prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances.
Took 2 seconds to look up. She seems oh so passionate about this but can't put enough thought into it to check with WIKI before posting????
At another point, she asks what will happen if she pleads the right to remain silent. The supposed agent tells her nothing will happen and they'll
At one point she inserts a picture of FBI agents with suspects that are not caucasion. She's trying to imply these people are innocent but being
harassed or arrested by the FBI but she doesn't go on to explain the picture in any way so it's obvious the picture was inserted for effect and not
Another odd thing is that each of the 3 characters all have different accents. Just seems odd.
One of my favorite parts is when the supposed agent offers to sit down anytime she wants, "off the record" to talk to her. She's spouting her
opinion on the record at her front door in front of 2 FBI...oops. 1 FBI and 1 Marshal...anyway... she doesn't have a problem chatting on the record
so why didn't she ask to set something up off the record right then and there? To at the very least, call their bluff ???? This goes against the
character she's showing on camera.
She follows them out to record their license plate. The one that doesn't have a federal ID on it. Almost like it was her brothers car or
something???? again kinda strange.
Throughout the video and even at the end, she makes a big deal about KNOWING YOUR RIGHTS...yet she didn't know hers...again hmmmmm.
Based on the end of this video, I believe it to be faked to inflame the situation about the aid ships. My opinion is that this person has "the means
justifies the end" mentality.