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Christchurch Shootings: What Really Happened

on 15.03.19? Pictures of Alleged Survivors


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Hot work as a crisis actor?

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Click here to see the iconic picture of a crisis actor at the "Boston Bombing".

Later:

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At the March 20 funeral. AAP Image/Mick Tsikas. According to Greg Hallett, bodies were shipped in, via the "coffee run", to ensure there would be real human remains to bury.


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At the March 21 funeral.

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March 23, 2019. Getty Images.

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March 23, 2019. Getty Images.

Survivor with Anthony Mundine

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Shrapnel lodged in his body? I don't think so. Only shells and explosive devices produce shrapnel.

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"Mr Kamran [Taj Mohammed Kamran] was left with three bullets lodged in his leg from the terrorist attack on March," TVONE News said in an article on May 29, 2019. In the accompanying video, the reporter said, "Two months in hospital and a number of surgeries couldn't fix the numbness in his leg."


Turkish survivor Mustafa Boztas

Ziyaad Shah

Ahmed Jahangir

A Radio New Zealand article on Ahmed Jahangir (pictured above) is here. A Herald on Sunday article on medical aspects of March 15, headlined "A Day of Horror, Day of Heroes", is here. It reads like a scenario constructed for the day's mass-casualty training exercise, as does a newsroom.co.nz article headlined "Shooting Victims' Shocking List of Injuries", which is here. Two points can be made in connection with these articles: (1) In the opinion of Allan C. Weisbecker (see Homepage), the "shooter" did not use frangible (fragmenting) ammunition. Indeed, the evidence, i.e. the "live-stream", indicates a replica airgun was used, as the "shots" fired in the mosque's prayer hall do not damage either "bodies" (almost certainly mannequins) or walls. (2) There appears to be no evidence that anyone suffered wounds that required "long and complex reconstructions", despite what Canterbury surgeon Dr James McKay says. Is he referring to Adeeb Sami, who was as chipper as a cock sparrow when he met Prince William on April 26?