Great expose, here.   It brings up some very important points.

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Are You Just A Believer Or Do You THINK?

Posted by BMan ⋅ April 20, 2013

I’ve studied and graduated EMT-B certification with the state of Oregon. I’ve been on calls with heavy arterial bleeds, internal bleeding, fatalities, doa’s. I am speaking from direct personal experience with severe trauma.

Here is a telling photograph of the amputee actor. I encourage readers to view the photo side by side with my analysis.

If you lose both your legs from explosive trauma, half your blood is gone in one minute via the femoral arteries; you’re dead after two. Bleeding-out is worse with blunt force trauma (like shrapnel) because flesh is torn rather than cut, exposing more arterial and vascular tissue. The human body holds 5 to 6 LITERS of blood. If that really happened, you would see blood EVERYWHERE; the guy would be drenched in it. You would also see what’s called arterial spurting from the injury. Most likely, he would vomit after turning ghost white from shock, then turn delirious or pass out. As for the “tourniquet”…

It’s not even tied off; it’s suspended via gravity, which would literally do nothing to an arterial sever. There’s no pressure applied. There’s no knot with a turn stick for leverage. You can clearly see a gap in the non-existent wrap job on his left inner thigh (left anterior proximal for you experts). His hands have no blood on them. There’s no blood on the ground. The color in his hands and lips shows good circulation.

This is an actor. This is staged. How did they pull it off though? I can show you.

Here in frame six, on the left, we see the man with a hood setting up the fake leg wound prosthetics. His attention and hands are right there. The woman is acting as a shield covering what’s happening.

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Frame 6

Here in frame eight, the prosthetics are in place. Amidst all this chaos, seconds after the explosion, the hooded man takes the time to put on his sunglasses, which is a signal.

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Frame 8

Here in frame nine, with sunglasses now on, the hooded man and the woman make eye contact, signal received.

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Frame 9

In frame eleven, after receiving the “go” signal, the woman makes an open-hand gesture, the direction both of them are looking, signaling the staged injuries are in place for cameras. The prone amputee raises his left prosthetic injury into the air over the woman’s shoulder. No blood is present. The bone is dry; no blood on his leg above the knee, no blood on the woman, no arterial spurt, nothing.

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Frame 11

Here in frame fourteen, the woman turns her head right, but is still holding up that open palm signal with her left hand. The hooded man again busies himself, pouring fake blood on the pavement behind the woman. The amputee has both fake injuries in the air now. There is still no blood on his legs; his skin above the injury is clean and dry.

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Frame twenty, the fake blood and prosthetics are in place. The amputee gives an open hand gesture, along with the woman, to bring the cameras in. We’re now twenty frames in, and still not a drop of fresh blood from a double leg amputation. His legs are dry; the woman is dry and unscathed. Both are making the same hand gesture.

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These are actors. This is staged. It was flash powder. There was no crock pot nail bomb. There are no bombers, only patsies. If you’re looking for a gunman, look at the Army in the streets of Boston. Share this knowledge with everyone.

– ATS

Something about this entire thing smells to high heaven. When have you ever heard of someone with a blown-off leg not bleeding? Some make the claim that it was cauterized, but obviously, the picture of them wheeling the guy out on the wheelchair shows ‘blood and gore’ (a cauterization is a burn that seals the wound). Something changed between these images and when they wheeled him out in front of the cameras.

And there is more analysis from Fist-Of-Freedom:

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This image was taken by a third-party photographer, seconds after the first explosion. There is clear evidence of false-flag staging here. The man in the red coat and baseball hat on the right is kneeling down, giving directions to the guy in the white T-shirt. Also looking to this pair for direction are the woman sitting to the right and the man in a hood and sunglasses, who set up the double-amputee prosthetics.

Notice the relaxed posture and face of the hooded man. Notice also the calm, prepared posture of the woman sitting down on the bottom right. See how her shirtsleeve is severely torn, yet her skin underneath is clean and clear of injury and blood. From where she’s sitting, look right to the bottom right corner and you can see an unmarked bottle of fake blood.

Look to the left and see the cowboy hat man standing there, doing nothing. This is the same man who will pretend to hold the tourniquet of the fake amputee actor later on. Look to the center of the photo and you will see the African woman moving herself away from the amputee actor, since her shielding him from camera’s job is over. Next to her is a woman with red hair, leaning on her elbow.

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Compare this now with another photo taken seconds later. Putting them side-by-side is very helpful.

The man with the hood and sunglasses, who was just sitting up looking fine and healthy after fixing up the amputee actor’s prosthetics, is now on his back being evaluated by two people. Notice the rips in his jeans have no sign of blood or injury on the skin. The woman with red hair, however, is in the exact same pose as a minute ago. Meanwhile, the double-amputee actor is completely ignored by everyone when he is clearly in the most dire need of attention. There is a small amount of fake blood around him where the African lady shielding him used to be; she has dissappeared. What happened to her? Compare this photo with the first in my post.

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The African woman who was sitting up, shielding the hooded man and amputee actor’s prosthetic rigging, giving hand signals, looking left and right, having no visible blood or injuries, is now covered in blood and strapped into a spine board stretcher.

In a real medical scenario, the amputee would receive immediate treatment or die from bleed-out. The fact that this actor woman is removed from the scene via stretcher, while the double-amputee is left on the ground, is ludicrous. He would be dead from blood loss before they could even begin spinal assessment procedures involved in moving a patient to a stretcher. Not to mention his blood loss would be over five liters, enough to cover the entire scene around these people in a thick puddle.

From firsthand experience with trauma in the field of EMS work, this is not real. These are actors. This is all staged.

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