posted on Dec, 23 2012 @ 04:56 PM
reply to post by bigyin
I've looked at this footage and have noticed that the BBC have cut it to suit Mitchel’s story (they initially had the uncut footage in their site
but that was taken down after the first day and now the new cut footage is shown)
They cut it to remove the member of the public who walks past then back towards the gate and would have been the key witness to back the police claim
that there were members of the public within ear shot. Now, he stops and POP! he just dissapears. It wasn't like that the first day the aired that
story on the BBC site but just the next day when I went to look again the clip was not working, when it came back the cut was made.
Also, the outside camera on the street has the minutes of the DTG blurred out so we can’t verify if it was the actual time Mitchel left downing st
as we can’t see him leave on that angle.
They have deliberately blurred out part of a DTG so we can’t verify if Mitchel actually was leaving at exactly that time. The people and vehicles
don’t appear to match as they go up and down the street from the two angles and the BBC have changed the footage since it was first aired.
If Mitchel didn’t say what he reportedly said then I think he would have been yelling that from the top of his voice from day one and would have
refused to stand down from his post over something he didn’t say. But now after the CCTV footage comes out to CH 4, the media are backing him all
the way and even chopping bits of CCTV footage and blurring out part of a DTG to help his version of events, he's got some more wind in his sails.
Police and politicians………….I wouldn't trust either to tell the truth