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As for who leaked it and why, I'm not sure, but it's pretty obvious the u.s navy want this out there, to start seeping into everyone's grey matter, or someone would have been doing time by now.
originally posted by: KansasGirl
a reply to: mirageman
Maybe the video never was a Navy video...
GreWi-Editor Andreas Muller asked the manager of “Vision Unlimited”, Mr. Philip Schneider about the above described situation and he explains:
“Unfortunately, I can’t help at all. We don’t know where the file came from and can only say that it hasn’t been on the server for a long time since. Because the case is so strange, we also wanted to investigate. But quickly this showed to be fruitless because the file was on an old server and all data (LOGs etc.) are no longer available. I’ve also talked to former employees who had access to the server, but no one could tell me anything about it.”
On a further inquiry to clarify that the video in question is NOT a product of “Vision Unlimited”, Schneider summarizes the situation again from VU’s point of view: “Yes correct – we have nothing to do with the video!
Gre.Wi - Dec 30th 2017
originally posted by: coursecatalog
I have never been able to figure out who Brother Blue was or where he disappeared to ...
Corbel's explanation for that made no sense at all.
originally posted by: mirageman
Also as highlighted earlier in the thread. Jeremy Grand Canyon Heather Locklear Rangya Doorbell is alleged to have had the GoFast video long before TTSA 'unofficially' released it into the public domain. In fact even before the administrative bungling between Zondo and others over the DD-1910 form.