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Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
I'm sorry but I'm noticing a trend here and it's sickening. It really is disturbing. We saw this with Aurora, the CT Shooting, the Boston Bombing and now this. Thank GOD it wasn't a major issue in 2001 or we'd all know the impact points of the jumpers better than the responders saw them in person, before the towers fell to cover them.
People seem to actually sit and examine the worst and most violent or obscene footage in great detail...looking for errors, like a teenager picking apart a horror movie for missed bloopers.
Unless someone honestly suggests this guy wasn't beheaded in broad daylight on a public roadway, what is the motivation to become as familiar with the scene as a medical examiner, looking for the one little thing that doesn't fit?
Is someone here a forensic investigator and just didn't mention it? ..or are people growing SO cold they can critically examine the worst of human suffering and misery to find ONE damn "oops" in the bunch for how 3rd party video coverage of it? I don't know which is worst and more stomach turning......what it says about society as a whole, or what it says about the specific individuals who spend their personal time in high zoom, examining every bit of blood, gore and loose flesh sticking to the killer.
The ghoulishness is becoming a sickness, IMO....and it's a serious one for the cold cold nature it shows and encourages among those at the heart of this new "trend". Jeeze.. Not EVERY story needs an army of 100% amateur Sherlock Holmes types running around trying to look clever. Definitely not this way.
Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
I suppose it is possible then to digitally remove the blood from his hands in a video as well....
Originally posted by beatbox
Ok after seeing this video from the same uploader it seems like the media just inhanced the blood because you can see blood on the knives..looks orange in color.. My apologies people...
But it still raises the question to why they would darken/edit/manipulate the footage in the first place...edit on 23-5-2013 by beatbox because: (no reason given)edit on 23-5-2013 by beatbox because: (no reason given)
One witness, identified as James, said he and his partner saw two black men attack a young man aged around 20 in a Help for Heroes T-shirt with kitchen knives like he was "a piece of meat". "They were hacking at this poor guy, literally," he told LBC radio. "They were hacking at him, chopping him, cutting him." Fighting back tears, he added: "These two guys were crazed. They were just animals. They dragged him from the pavement and dumped his body in the middle of the road and left his body there."
Originally posted by Bilk22
Originally posted by khimbar
Originally posted by Bilk22
I wondered about this as well yesterday. When seeing his hands all bloody, I expected to see blood on his clothes as well. There was none. No way you can have that much blood on your hands and not on your clothes. It's not even on the cuffs of his sweatshirt. Yes we're being manipulated and the MSM is in on it.
Yes, that's absolutely right. The government arranged this and have been caught out by you because there's no way he couldn't have blood on his cuffs. Well done, the whole conspiracy has been busted. How rubbish is the government that they made such an error. They didn't expect you on the case did they?
Unless, of course, he rolled his sleeves up when he was callously hacking a man to pieces in the street.
Or took his coat off and put it on again in the 20 fricking minutes it took for the police to apprehend them.
Perhaps he was wearing a raincoat or what ever the Brits call them. You can't be serious, but then again, sadly you probably are. You do expect us to believe the guy who callously cut off another man's head, would take the time to either roll up his sleeves or take his shirt off because he didn't want to get messy. Then he went on TV to brag about it - oh but he had to roll his sleeves down first. Had to look neat for the cameras, huh?
Originally posted by Glassbender777
Do you think his head was actually hacked off, I saw in one video, a woman walks up to the victim laying in the streets, and bends down as if she is comforting him. obviously he is dead, because she gets back up and stops comforting.