hoi.polloi wrote:There are more pictures of him than of the average vicsim. I still say "synthetic" plus maybe some room for a sportsperson with the codename given "Ace Bailey" until we truly have collected all his info and can determine if it's a legit "normal" person or not.
It seems simple enough to have sportsmen with code names to eventually be used in psy-ops. They do it with news anchors that people watch every day. Why not with sportspeople?
You could make an NHL hockey player into a spook, but you couldn't make a spook into an NHL hockey player. They're drafted when they're teens, after having played in the junior leagues for some time, and demonstrated professional ability. That's not the case with a news anchor. You could make a spook into a news anchor, or vice-versa. News anchors aren't recruited from pools of teenage news anchor teams. Give your man some voice training, and you're good to go.
If you're theorizing that there was no hockey player going by that name, and the entire thing is simulated like the other vicsims, then I'd say the logistics behind doing that would actually be much harder than pulling off the rest of the 9/11 operation, combined. He got inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1975 and scored at least one winning game in a Stanley Cup Finals match, and played for over a decade on a variety of teams. If none of that really happened - how did they induct someone who didn't exist into the Hall of Fame with nobody noticing? How did they fake the games he played in, the goals he scored, all in front of live audiences? Without holographs, animatronics, or digital editing (since it's the 70s)?
I would have to say that Garnet Bailey really did exist as an NHL player, on the evidence. Hundreds of thousands of people have seen him in the flesh, consistently and over a period of many years. He could've been a criminal or spook or whatever too, but I don't like to theorize. It's flimsy and/or missing evidence and wild leaps of logic without any connecting dots that led me to doubt the official story and to believe nothing that isn't proven. On the evidence that I see, Garnet Bailey was a real hockey player who is now a missing person - since there isn't any evidence that places him as a murder victim on a plane. Until things like airport security cameras and passenger manifests (authentic documents issued by the airport, not just an unsourced list of names) can place him as having boarded and taken off in the plane he is alleged to have died on, it's pure speculation to say he did, or to make any other statement as to his whereabouts.