posted on May, 1 2013 @ 06:05 AM
reply to post by Frantasy
Having listened to that repeatedly, with headphones, that voice is not saying "We didn't do it".
There are clearly six syllables there, "We didn't do it" is five. There is also an audible T or S in that voice, this is something that is often
more clear when trying to decipher speech.
The tone and inflection of that voice - which is the same for both sentences - is an authority, male, giving instruction - that tells me this is a
police officer and not one of the suspects.
From what I have just listened to, it sounds to me as though the first sentence is "keep it up, keep it up", for which there is then more gun fire
in response. This sounds like a senior officer instructing his colleagues to keep firing.
The second sentence sounds to me like "see the other bomb" or "[inaudible] on the ground". This is harder to make out, but there is definitely a T
or S in there, and that does not match the assumption of anyone saying "we didn't do it"
The problem here with the assumptions others in this thread are making is that... 1. You are being told what to hear by looking at the video. You
never analyse a voice like that with words being shown to you because this causes your brain to associate those words to the sounds. 2. People here
want this to be something all the evidence says it isn't, basically it's propaganda to support the innocence of these men (which will be decided in
court, not on a forum) and the guilt of a mysterious government agency you all think is out to get you - even though there is no evidence anyone can
offer to support this notion.