Monday, June 16, 2014

Las Vegas Shooting Story Changes, Prompts More Skepticism

In the interest of transparency and to nip any questions about a “coverup”, the police should release all of the video to the public. We have often seen how, when only select snippets of video are released, as in the Rodney King affair, those snippets can be completely misleading. In these days of online video, there is no reason not to release the entire footage.


Anonymous said...

Why no mention of what was in their duffel bags? Even after a week - we usually "have" this info to demonize within an hour or so

Have you heard? We also haven't "heard" who the guns belonged to.

I'd be interested in the "story"


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Anonymous said...

"Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of the facts and evidence."

Truth is a funny thing in that you can tell the truth but still be lying by exclusion. Reckon that's why the witness oath is to "Tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth."

And it's been a very long time since believing the MSM would report the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Doesn't say much for the cesspool we are now swirling in.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of videos Dutchman the following video is very graphic but shows many people the level of violence that can occur.

What ticks me off the most was the American equipment in the hands of evil people.

Anonymous said...

As always the cops have everything to gain by lying, and nothing to gain by being totally honest. Everything that comes from official police sources these days is automatically suspect in my house.

The gave up serving the public a long time back and are primarily "self-serving" now. It is only a matter of time before "we the people" turn on them as they have lost the respect of millions already.

Will said...

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