was rather intrigued with 3:18 -3:35
simonshack wrote:FAKE AUDIOTRACK
The audiotrack can be proven fake in one easy step : between 2:32 and 2:34, Rick Leventhal points his mike towards the Harley Guy:
http://www.youtube.com/user/Gideon52480 ... 7hJhmiWZSY
The problem is, Harley Guy starts talking ("Well we had"...) while the mike is still under Rick's nose. As an audio technician, I say it is impossible for his voice to be as loud as when the mike eventually reaches his mouth - no volume change whatsoever. (Note that there appears to be no audio-vs-video misalignment on this clip - the lipsynch seems fairly well synchronized).
As for the (dreadful) imagery of the surrounding ambient ("intersection of Church St & Reade St"), I am currently working to demonstrate that it's nothing but a digitally rendered street scenery - and that diverse imaging softwares were used to produce the 9/11 video material. Stay tuned.
simonshack wrote:Rick Leventhal was allegedly standing in the Reade Street / Church Street intersection.
The appaling quality of many 9/11 videos do raise questions as to the reality of their 3D environment.
This infamous clip (as many others) features grey patches resembling flawed digital renderings.
Whether Rick interviewed "Mark Humphrey" or anyone else is a secondary issue.
simonshack wrote: be so utterly inept at faking the NY scenery?
fred wrote:The primary issue here is that Rick Leventhal is interviewing an actor Harley Guy Mark Humphrey in a studio, and the secondary issue is that they're using standard studio techniques. It's not really a discovery that fictional movies use special effects and shoot off-location.
simonshack wrote: Additionally, the leading finger pointing to Canadian actor Mark Humphrey was that of a Canadian "Ozzybinoswald" character now gone raving mad and acting like a classic turncoat 'truther' who presently runs a smear campaign calling me a "high-level infiltrator shill" and "The Enemy". This doesn't help me espouse the idea that "Harley Guy" is Canadian actor Mark Humphrey - although I will not discard the possibility that this may be the case.
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