Thursday, January 12, 2017
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
|Shooter Esteban Santiago allegedly is just a mad man|
Here I propose an alternative scenario to what the media is reporting regarding the latest lone gunman attack.
After viewing the TMZ footage, it’s clear to see that the original video is a play-back recording which was filmed off a tv screen, so obscuring the full picture (literally). There is even a light reflection from the tv screen on it! One victim is clearly seen as being blurred out of the image near the end of the footage at the bottom of the screen (so as not to be identified – could be TMZ doctoring). Therefore, this is clearly NOT original CCTV footage.
Passengers behind the shooter can be seen to recoil at the gun shots, they naturally react in shock, some moving for cover to the right of screen, some unsure what is happening, while others diving to the floor on the left of screen, some distance away. In the background people appear from a staircase/escalator but turn back, and some run back up the stairs.
The aftermath footage that has been widely circulated shows bloodied victims on the opposite side to the direction that the shooter targeted. This can only mean one thing… did someone fire back?
The shooting/shootout takes only a few moments, let’s say minutes. Yet the ‘incident’ is reported as ‘active’. We know this is not the case, as the shooter is supposed to have dropped his gun in the lounge, then knelt down ( in some reports its said he lay spread-eagled on the floor of the lounge WAITING for law enforcement to apprehend him!) There are widely circulated photos of his arrest.
Clearly, not much time has elapsed. Yet, outside, for TV news cameras in helicopters to view, there is an ‘on-going’ long-running incident.
The roads and fly-over in the background of all of this can be seen backed up with stopped traffic. All of this activity lasts for over an hour, but we know that the shooter is already in custody and has been classed as a ‘lone gunman’. He was in the first five minutes of the incident. The Police tell media that it is not a multiple shooter incident, yet eye-witnesses continue to say they hear shots fired, or they see shooting through windows of the terminal (some report terminal 1 not 2).
Early news footage has witnesses reporting that Police stop a white car on the entrance road to the airport, create a makeshift roadblock and then appear to arrest and handcuff the driver. Who is this man?
Today media report that law enforcement say the shooter had no specific reason for coming to Fort Lauderdale airport, that he chose it randomly. Of course, there is no evidence for this either way.
They also report that there is no apparent motive for the shooting, therefore it continues to be just some ex-soldier with mental health issues that decided to shoot people at random in the baggage claim. Again, the TMZ video shows that this is not exactly the case. The startling contradiction to what happens inside the terminal to the events unfolding outside are clues that manipulation of the truth of the event.
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