posted on Feb, 4 2011 @ 07:30 PM
Originally posted by FalselyFlagged
Look, I am all for the protesters in Egypt.
But this document clearly looks photoshoped. First of all, if this was "found on a secret police" it would be FOLDED, not simply crumpled up. There
are no fold marks. Second of all, it doesn't even look printed. It looks like its on a computer. It's not even printed straight. They shopped it on
the document crooked, and its definitely NOT photo copied. It doesn't even look like it was actually printed where the wrinkles are, plus you can see
compression artifacts on the text, but not the folds.
The whole thing looks very fake... But still, GO EGYPTIANS!!! DOWN WITH MUBARAK.
edit on 4-2-2011 by FalselyFlagged because: (no reason given)
I don't know if you read what she said about the document.
Below is a scanned copy of an official document, Circular No. 60 / b / M, issued by the Office of the Egyptian Interior Minister Habib al-Adli.
The document bears the emblem of the Egyptian Interior Ministry; a handwritten note is written on the top-left of page 1, it reads “send by fax to
the centers – highly secret”. The document could have been captured from a ransacked government office, or from a hooligan captured on the
streets. It has in the meantime been widely spread in Arabic media.
FAXED, and then SCANNED, and then E-MAILED.
Have you ever seen a document that has been faxed? The straightness would depend on how the original was put into the machine. I'm sure a faxed
document that was crumpled and then scanned would look very similar to this one.
I don't know about you, but I worked in an office, and we did not regularly fold our documents up when received by fax.
Then she goes on to say,
The document could have been captured from a ransacked government office, or from a hooligan captured on the streets.
If this document was originally in a government office, I could see why it would be crumpled appearing, after all, ransacking is generally not a
If you were protesting your government and ransacking government offices, and you found a document like this, what would you do?
I know I would be like, ARRRRGGHHH!!!!!! Those BAS-TURDS!!!!!
I'm glad to see you support the Egyptians in their quest for equity and freedom, though.
edit on 4-2-2011 by sezsue because: additions