AmongTheThugs wrote:This thread reminds me of when people discuss 9/11 "footage" as if it were real.
Objection! Except that no one here ever said or assumed that this footage is even real (we all knew from the beginning that we're just looking at another hollywood script and theater. We just needed the evidence, which we got now and therefore the case is pretty much closed). The person above you said that it's not unlikely that no blood was seen directly(But it still doesn't change the fact that she was literally not influenced by the force of the shot at all, then she actually was able to run and scream, etc. ) and in the end agrees anyway that the footage and the whole thing is a hoax because of the behavior of the affected persons, which is already so obvious and horrible acting that you just have to conclude that the whole thing is another fake. There's just too many wrong with the footage. Yet Daniel Wulz (I read his comments) wants to convince people that the horribly acted hoax was real and creates/uses fake accounts to troll even more. The case is actually closed, but I want to add one thing though which is focusing on the gun:
In this video, we're shown a real gun. As you see, in the real video we see everything what a real gun should have. Recoil, powerful bullet impact, casings flying out from right side of the gun. Then we see the fake video by Flanagan. We see a very unnatural recoil, fake flash flare at gun point, no casings flying out from right side of the gun and there's no bullet impact at all. Then we see a comparison and we're shown how the Alison Parker's delayed reaction to the shoot, etc.
Also, I would like to add that the gun was 1-2 foot away from the camera man's left ear. A completely natural reaction would be too flinch once you hear a shot in that very short distance going straight into your ear, maybe touching your ear out of pain which was just bombarded with the massive sound impact. No, our camera man is a completely different human, a zombie who doesn't show any emotion or reaction at all and doesn't flinch a single meter, just falls to the ground and plays possum like my dog. Well, my dog does it way better though. It's also shown in the 30x slow motion part, which clearly shows again how delayed their reactions are.