Artikkelen til BBC var en artikkel skrevet av «BBC», en forfalskning som nå er fjernet. Jeg lar dette innlegget stå en stund allikevel. Jeg har kommet med ytterligere oppdatering i en kommentar nederst i kommentarfeltet.
Det er svært overraskende, men gledelig nok har det sluppet i gjennom en artikkel hos BBC om at det påståtte drapet på politimannen i Paris er en ren svindel, og at hele Paris-hendelsen er en False Flag-operasjon. Konklusjonene og spørsmålene som stilles tilsvarer de jeg kom med i innlegget Skutt av en gal muslimsk fundamentalist med AK-47?
Doubts raised over authenticity of Charlie Hebdo footage.
A video clip broadcast by news agencies across the world in relation to the recent events in Paris is now under scrutiny.
Some viewers may find the above footage distressing
According to analysts, it appears that the footage was recorded over two takes, evidenced by a placement marker that appears by the front left wheel of the vehicle as the gunmen return from apparently gunning down a wounded Gendarme.
The killing of the french policeman is also being called into question, due to the ‘lack of blood spatter consistent with that of a close range shooting’.
As shown in the freeze frame below, smoke is shown to emit from the weapon, with no impact or trauma appearing to register on the body of the victim. The decision of many news outlets to blur out the victim is being debated as evidence of complicity in what many are now calling a hoax.
Forensic and ballistics expert David Mayhew commented; “If the video shows events as they actually occurred, then in my opinion it is most likely that the firearm shown is discharging blanks rather than conventional ammunition”.
Whilst numerous theories have sprung up concerning this and other details, the general consensus among not just sceptics, but some major news agencies, is that the entire event was a ‘False Flag’ attack perpetrated by the CIA and/or Mossad in a “psy-ops” exercise to rouse hatred against Islam and support for what has been so far, a failing campaign in Iraq, Syria and the Middle East.