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All Of The Usual Discrepancies Crop Up In The Attacks On Blacks.

I watched this short clip of the shooting of Walter Scott, who was apparently shot eight times in the back by a Policeman.

I noticed that despite all of the claims that the US Police are now issued with hollow-point bullets, which cause massive damage to the victim, there was not a trace of blood on the body of Walter Scott.

When the video, which was filmed by a passer-by, stopped running, a mosaic of thumb-nails is displayed on the screen.

Two thumb-nails caught my eye, which did not appear to correspond either with each other, nor indeed with the speed at which Walter Scott had evacuated his car.


It may be just my imagination, but the cop appears to have magically reduced the distance between himself and Scott in the two thumbnail images on the right. This image is of low quality because my computer could not cope with a screen-shot, so I was forced to take a “real” photo of the screen but the thumbnails may appear as a mosaic after the clip.

This clip, as did the clip of the Charlie Hebdo event, appears to have been filmed more than once, which would account for why at one moment the two figures are not visible on the same side of the tree and in the next they are.

During the reporting of the event, it was suggested that Scott was shot eight times in the back,  the shot of the cop hand-cuffing the corpse, show quite clearly that there is no sign of damage to Scott’s shirt nor indeed any trace of blood. All of it in keeping with the apparent lack of damage to the head of the policeman in the Charlie Hebdo event.


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