posted on Aug, 29 2011 @ 09:36 AM
There are a lot of people trying to pin down why these women did what they did, but the thing that I'm most curious about is where the woman got her
strength from. As far as I am aware, physical muscle mass determines a person's strength, not chemicals. Also, biologically women are on
average physically weaker than men, men have larger muscle density, which is why women tend to be more petite. This begs the question: How could
the woman resist 5 men and another woman? Let's bear in mind that several were police officers, who I could be wrong but i'm sure Police are
expected to maintain a certain standard of fitness for the job, not to mention are trained in how best to arrest and subdue people to minimise risk.
Then there is her injuries or lack thereof. First woman is sideswiped by an articulated lorry, we see that. Fair enough, some would argue that it was
a glancing blow, but having 15 tonnes of lorry then proceed to drive over you is nothing less than horrific. The officer states she has 'compound
fractures' to both legs, where the narrator states what that means. multiple breaks where bone may have protruded through the skin. Now, for each
conventional theory about this there's a counter-argument which doesn't really help, but i'll go for it anyway, i'm really just penning ideas to
see what others think.
First, she had taken some sort of drug cocktail which would have numbed the pain. But I've never seen any painkiller powerful enough to halt that
kind of pain without comatosing a patient, never mind simply sedating them. Secondly, if she hadn't taken anything surely she would have passed out
from the pain? Or been screaming in agony, but instead she was still resisting and arguing with police. It makes no sense, she seemed as though she
was unaware of her injuries.
The second woman should have sustained more injuries than she seemed to have. This wasn't a glancing blow, she went full on into the windscreen, and
looking at the damage to the car it was a hell of an impact. The windscreen was completely done, but I also noticed that the roof metal had buckled
too, which suggests a big impact. To just get back up and fend people off after that is unbelievable.