Highly suspicious

Uploaded to You Tube the very day she died. Nicely translated and printed too.

This video shows considerable preparation. Most rebel placards are hand written. Why was this one printed, well translated and the video ready to be uploaded on the day the two journalists died? Watch the full video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=As1zOG6_2A4&feature=player_embedded (The video has been taken down. Why???)

The men dancing in the background, if the Telegraph is correct in their translation,  can be heard repeatedly chanting “we sacrifice soul and blood for you Rami Sayed.” Sayad was a photo journalist who died a day learlier than Colchik and Colvin on the 21st.

Both the poster and the video are suspicious.

When one considers motive for the deaths of journalists – whom do these deaths advantage?

“Public opinion changes when the opinion of those covering it changes” Christine Frazao in The Power of Witness http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=659_Fr5HO4M

Marie Colvin’s death worked. Many journalists were immediately fired up against the Syrian government. Even Julian Assange on The World Tomorrow at the 9.16 and again at the 15.10 minute mark of the video below, shows how much her death affected his attitude.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDLXPpooA18

And there were many more killed. Read  Journo deaths in Syria: Who profits from reporter killings? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxzlGlnEV6k

3 Responses to Highly suspicious

  1. Pingback: Syria: British journalist says rebels set him up to die in no man’s land | Fitzhenrymac's Blog

  2. Thanks a ton for this – love the info and agree with your perspective. However many others will not, so thanks for speaking up. Nice blog, well done!

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