Humint Events Online: Proof of Video Fakery for the Second Hit!!!!!

Saturday, November 12, 2005

Proof of Video Fakery for the Second Hit!!!!!

I think I have found something that pretty convincingly shows the second hit was a video forgery.

Look at these three videos:
One.
Two.
Three.


Now, measure the time from when the "plane" goes in and when the explosion comes out, using the speed of the plane as a guidepost.

I think you will see that the explosion comes out at slightly different times for all three videos!

The first one is timed pretty well-- the explosion follows the path of the plane. But in the second one, there is a bit of a delay between the plane going in and the explosion. In the third, there is a huge delay between the plane going in and the explosion.

This discrepency makes perfect sense if the videos were faked: the key to the fakery is to get the timing right for when the "plane" goes in and the explosion starts.

But these three videos all show different times before the explosion starts-- thus showing almost beyond a reasonable doubt that the plane footage was spliced in separately.

3 Comments:

Blogger BG said...

If we could prove the videos are faked, I suppose that may lead somewhere (possibly discovering who faked them and asking them why they did it).

I think it would be interesting to ask the question: what do we need any of the video for?

What would happen to 9/11 Truth if we had to rely on photos and eye witnesses.

I'm open to being corrected, but I would submit that we don't need any video to show that

1) Military Defense Standown
2) Bombs at WTC, Controlled Demo
3) All the Hopsicker Research
4) Pentaqon Damage not consistent with alleged plane
5) All the contradictions of Flight 93 (crashed?)
6) All the evidence of US and other Nations / groups being part of the planning / cover up.

5:18 PM  
Blogger Spooked said...

I agree with you bg, we don't HAVE to have video. But it still is important to know how they pulled the scam off.

6:18 PM  
Anonymous Scott said...

i dont believe one can use the speed of the plane as a guidepost with these videos. The speed can be different from video to video because of the way in which it was encoded. Other factors such as network latency or your computers system resources could also affect the video speed.

2:31 AM  

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