Join the Unexplained Mysteries community today! It's free and setting up an account only takes a moment.
- Sign In or Create Account -
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 6
Professor Buzzkill

Crisis actors in news interviews ?

158 posts in this topic

wow....maybe someone will sue her for making a fool of them.

which reminds me, cnn's "syrian danny" who was shown to be a total fake.

...and then there's the 'old shoe' jessica lynch fairy tale.

Thanks for the reminder on Syria Danny.

As we have previously documented, ‘Syria Danny’ is a 22-year-old British citizen of Syrian descent from Cambridge. After returning from Homs in summer last year, he lived in London for a few months before returning to Syria in December, from which point onwards he became the poster child for a western military intervention in Syria, begging almost daily on CNN for the United States or even Israel to bombard the country.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyh3FywCq54

If anyone is interested, here is Syria Danny getting the gunfire ready while waiting for CNN to put him live with Anderson Cooper, no less (is there anything this guys covers that doesn't have an agenda?).

I will look into Jessica Lynch (i am not familiar with her case), but if you could provide links it would be appreciated.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

2 weeks since the OP video was put on youtube and over 3 and a half million hits on Google. If we ain't seeing a lawsuit now, we ain't going to.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

"Jessica Lynch became an icon of the war. An all-American heroine, the story of her capture by the Iraqis and her rescue by US special forces became one of the great patriotic moments of the conflict. It couldn't have happened at a more crucial moment, when the talk was of coalition forces bogged down, of a victory too slow in coming.

Her rescue will go down as one of the most stunning pieces of news management yet conceived. It provides a remarkable insight into the real influence of Hollywood producers on the Pentagon's media managers, and has produced a template from which America hopes to present its future wars...."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2003/may/15/iraq.usa2

a copy of the 'old shoe' story from wag the dog.

3 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

if anyone remembers, from just before the second iraq war, cnn ran a story that a turkish taxi driver was caught smuggling plutonium across the border into iraq. this was made up. i was in turkey in the days following that big story, the turkish press were all saying it was a phony story. cnn never reported this or issued a retraction.

4 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Theatrics and deception are the foundation of today's mainstream media.

3 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

In my opinion

It is the EXACT Same woman

.

I agree.

3 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Dont forget that the first two were days apart and the Sandy hook interview was 4-5 months ago. I thought her voice was incredibly similar in the watertown and sandy hook interviews. If you listen to them side by side its very hard to tell the difference. Also of note, in the Sandy Hook interview she mentions she is from Boston (the accent is also a bit of a give away)

I think her weight is different from sandy hook to Boston,and she had some "work" done on her nose in the interim .

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hmmmm,I find the delineation between commenters ,on this thread ,quite interesting .

Always the usual suspects it seems.

Makes me wonder who is doing all the complaining to have threads and comments removed from the forum ,for reasons we can only imagine ?

A heard a few other conspiracy forums have basically been infiltrated by govt watch groups ,and are being censored .

Just sayin ....

*sheepish grin*

3 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have recieved some news (from a good friend) that following voice analysis, the woman in all three interviews is confirmed as the same woman.

I don't suppose you or him could post the graphs showing the frequency and amplitude of all 3 voice patterns, and which software he used to do this? that would be interesting to see and help start eliminating any doubt.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

If I so desired I could pay £20, buy some advertising space in my local paper and write in big letters "I think George Lucas is a pig-faced leper who couldn't direct traffic." and still not be sued.

You could well receive a kick to the nuts though, or worse, if ever bumping into anyone named George Lucas. (Just thought I'd mention that)

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You could well receive a kick to the nuts though, or worse, if ever bumping into anyone named George Lucas. (Just thought I'd mention that)

I just had this mental image of George Lucas kicking someone in the nuts....I laughed so hard for 5 minutes.... :w00t:

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I don't suppose you or him could post the graphs showing the frequency and amplitude of all 3 voice patterns, and which software he used to do this? that would be interesting to see and help start eliminating any doubt.

Indeed! And I wish that the government could provide the same regarding certain cellphone calls and radio calls made on that fateful day in September 2001. But I'm not holding my breath.

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I don't suppose you or him could post the graphs showing the frequency and amplitude of all 3 voice patterns, and which software he used to do this? that would be interesting to see and help start eliminating any doubt.

I am working on it. Well, thats not technically true. Someone else is working on it. I have seen the results but cannot make head nor tail of the graphs. I am hoping to post the evidence when it is in a format that is easy to read (especially to me as i am not an expert on vocal analysis).

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I don't suppose you or him could post the graphs showing the frequency and amplitude of all 3 voice patterns, and which software he used to do this? that would be interesting to see and help start eliminating any doubt.

I agree . If there is definitive voice analysis proof ,it would be a huge thing ,and should be public . Wether or not the news would touch it ,is another issue all together ,but put it out there.

Let's see if it holds water.

If it doesnt,its all a big misunderstanding . If it does ,well.....we need to know .

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I am working on it. Well, thats not technically true. Someone else is working on it. I have seen the results but cannot make head nor tail of the graphs. I am hoping to post the evidence when it is in a format that is easy to read (especially to me as i am not an expert on vocal analysis).

W00T !

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I am working on it. Well, thats not technically true. Someone else is working on it. I have seen the results but cannot make head nor tail of the graphs. I am hoping to post the evidence when it is in a format that is easy to read (especially to me as i am not an expert on vocal analysis).

Next time you speak to him ask him what software he is using - the reason I ask is because as I understand it the complexities are not in the data it provides, but in the accuracy of the data it provides. You should have at least two factors (amplitude and frequency), which shouldn't look to dis-similar to a wave form, it might have something like key markers on it so you can then overlay the 3 graphs (from 3 separate voices) and look for the matches. As each voice is unique to the individual then it should be difficult to see an obvious match if one exists.

As you say it's not easy to read though i'd be really interested to know what he's using as it will be new to me so i'll be learning something new :tu:

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

IF she is indeed the same woman and she is a paid actor then I think the media is just dick. I'm sure there are lotsof people at incidents like this that would give interviews for free.

IF she is the same woman and is NOT a paid actor than the FBI should take a closer look at her because what are the odds of one person being at 3 different incidents and getting interviewed at each one...

IF these are 3 totally different woman, damn, what a coincidence.... triplets separated at birth? lol They need to get together and start a little club for woman that look similar that have been at crisis scenes and have been interviewed by CNN.

PS... there really are some unbelievably rude comments on the video.

4 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited)

IF she is indeed the same woman and she is a paid actor then I think the media is just dick. I'm sure there are lotsof people at incidents like this that would give interviews for free.

IF she is the same woman and is NOT a paid actor than the FBI should take a closer look at her because what are the odds of one person being at 3 different incidents and getting interviewed at each one...

IF these are 3 totally different woman, damn, what a coincidence.... triplets separated at birth? lol They need to get together and start a little club for woman that look similar that have been at crisis scenes and have been interviewed by CNN.

PS... there really are some unbelievably rude comments on the video.

In response to the bolded part. What if there aren't enough people to interview about certain aspects (i.e Nancy Lanza's friends, of which their weren't many and of those, none had been in her house)? Or what if you want to get a lie through to the public asap?

As pointed out in this thread, it wouldn't be the first time either the government used the media or the media stated lies to get their agenda across. How is using fake eyewitnesses different than Sryia Danny pretending he is in a warzone while pleading for western air support? In some ways it is less deceptive than what we have already highlighted here.

Edit. It can't be worse than the first gulf war lie, where the ambassadors daughter testified that she had seen iraqi soldiers killing babies in the hospital where she "worked" as a 15 year old "nurse"?

Edited by Professor Buzzkill
2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited)

Indeed! And I wish that the government could provide the same regarding certain cellphone calls and radio calls made on that fateful day in September 2001. But I'm not holding my breath.

From the DVD - Portrait of courage. Lorne Lyles upon receiving a phone call from his wife CeeCee, flight attendant on-board. "I looked at the caller ID, and noticed that it was a call, and it was from her cell phone. And I'm like, OK, wait a minute. How can she call me from on the plane from a cell phone, because cell phones don't work on a plane? That's what I'm thinking."

Travel Technologist magazine: "[W]ireless communications networks weren't designed for ground-to-air communication. Cellular experts privately admit that they're surprised the calls were able to be placed from the hijacked planes, and that they lasted as long as they did."

Wireless Review: "Because wireless networks are designed for terrestrial use, the fact that so many people were able to call from the sky [on September 11] brings into question how the phones worked from such altitudes."

Spokesman for AT&T "systems are not designed for calls from high altitudes...a fluke that the calls reached their destinations."

A.K. Dewey tried to use several mobile phones at several altitudes in his light aircraft... "Cell phone calls from commercial aircraft much over 8,000 feet are essentially impossible, while those below 8,000 feet are highly unlikely down to about 2,000, where they become merely unlikely. Moreover, even at the latter altitude (and below), the handoff problem appears. Any airliner at or below this altitude, flying at the normal speed of approximately 500 mph, would encounter the handoff problem. An aircraft traveling at this speed would not be over the cell site long enough to complete the electronic "handshake" (which takes several seconds to complete) before arriving over the next cell site, when the call has to be handed off from the first cell site to the next one. This also takes a few seconds, the result being, in the optimal case, a series of broken transmissions that must end, sooner or later, in failure."

Deena Burdett (a former flight attendant herself), whose husband Tom phoned her 4 times from flight 93 wrote in her book: "I didn't understand how he could be calling me on his cell phone from the air."

All those phone calls??? The one's that statistically shouldn't have happened? There's a good few more... Those phone calls? I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for info... :unsure2:

Sorry, most of that's off topic.

I still think the finger needs to be pointed at the media.

What's gonna get a better reaction a broadcaster reading his copy while walking down a street, or an interview with a weeping victim... It's a no brainer. If you want an exclusive no other company will be able to get... Just invent one.

Edited by Spinebreaker
3 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

In response to the bolded part. What if there aren't enough people to interview about certain aspects (i.e Nancy Lanza's friends, of which their weren't many and of those, none had been in her house)? Or what if you want to get a lie through to the public asap?

As pointed out in this thread, it wouldn't be the first time either the government used the media or the media stated lies to get their agenda across. How is using fake eyewitnesses different than Sryia Danny pretending he is in a warzone while pleading for western air support? In some ways it is less deceptive than what we have already highlighted here.

Edit. It can't be worse than the first gulf war lie, where the ambassadors daughter testified that she had seen iraqi soldiers killing babies in the hospital where she "worked" as a 15 year old "nurse"?

Sheesh... Can't trust anyone these days if that's true.

I try to get world news from multiple sources not just American journalists to get different points of view but not sure how to do that here at home when all media report the same thing, almost verbatim!

Have you ever seen John Stewarts show or Conan O'Brien when they show clips of both national and local news media literally using the same exact words in their reports?

The first time I saw one of those I thought it was fake because it was so surreal. Lol

2 people like this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Spinebreaker

Thanks for that information. I am familiar with the work of Dewey, but had not heard the other comments, especially that of Lyles.

For me it's a no-brainer for 2 reasons. 1) I am HAM radio qualified and know how the systems were designed, and 2) spent several years flying a helicopter and carrying a company cellphone and my own personal phone. Depending upon how close to a cell tower we were, above about 1500 feet both phones went to "No Service" displays.

1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited)

From the DVD - Portrait of courage. Lorne Lyles upon receiving a phone call from his wife CeeCee, flight attendant on-board. "I looked at the caller ID, and noticed that it was a call, and it was from her cell phone. And I'm like, OK, wait a minute. How can she call me from on the plane from a cell phone, because cell phones don't work on a plane? That's what I'm thinking."

Travel Technologist magazine: "[W]ireless communications networks weren't designed for ground-to-air communication. Cellular experts privately admit that they're surprised the calls were able to be placed from the hijacked planes, and that they lasted as long as they did."

Wireless Review: "Because wireless networks are designed for terrestrial use, the fact that so many people were able to call from the sky [on September 11] brings into question how the phones worked from such altitudes."

Spokesman for AT&T "systems are not designed for calls from high altitudes...a fluke that the calls reached their destinations."

A.K. Dewey tried to use several mobile phones at several altitudes in his light aircraft... "Cell phone calls from commercial aircraft much over 8,000 feet are essentially impossible, while those below 8,000 feet are highly unlikely down to about 2,000, where they become merely unlikely. Moreover, even at the latter altitude (and below), the handoff problem appears. Any airliner at or below this altitude, flying at the normal speed of approximately 500 mph, would encounter the handoff problem. An aircraft traveling at this speed would not be over the cell site long enough to complete the electronic "handshake" (which takes several seconds to complete) before arriving over the next cell site, when the call has to be handed off from the first cell site to the next one. This also takes a few seconds, the result being, in the optimal case, a series of broken transmissions that must end, sooner or later, in failure."

Deena Burdett (a former flight attendant herself), whose husband Tom phoned her 4 times from flight 93 wrote in her book: "I didn't understand how he could be calling me on his cell phone from the air."

All those phone calls??? The one's that statistically shouldn't have happened? There's a good few more... Those phone calls? I wouldn't hold my breath waiting for info... :unsure2:

Sorry, most of that's off topic.

I still think the finger needs to be pointed at the media.

What's gonna get a better reaction a broadcaster reading his copy while walking down a street, or an interview with a weeping victim... It's a no brainer. If you want an exclusive no other company will be able to get... Just invent one.

You know,I never even thought about that .

That being said,some overseas phones worked in the air. I know some Japanese ones did ,but I'm doubting anyone in the USA had one .

My phone doesn't work now in the air,unless I pay ,so a transaction has to occur before hand in some cases,even now .

Because of how close I am to this issue ,despite my thinking it *could* be an inside job ,I never dissect it too much ,lest I go insane from revelations .

Edited by Simbi Laveau

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited)

Simbi

The "airfone" system that used to be on some airliners would work, but they used special hardware and antennae to make it work. Any phone and antenna combination that bounces off satellites could work.

But a standard issue cellphone in 2001 could not work above about 1500 feet and 120 knots or so. It might get a connection for just a few seconds, but that's it.

As Spinebreaker points out, several people have done controlled experiments to demonstrate the effect.

Edited by Babe Ruth

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited)

But a standard issue cellphone in 2001 could not work above about 1500 feet and 120 knots or so. It might get a connection for just a few seconds, but that's it.

As Spinebreaker points out, several people have done controlled experiments to demonstrate the effect.

Also in 2009 or 2010 one of the bigger UK airlines (I *think* it was Virgin) was reported to be on the verge of a transponder on board the planes that would allow cell/mobiles to work in-flight... Perhaps we can save Richard Branson a MASSIVE amount of money on R&D and prototypes and manufacturing. 'Cause as we all know, Cell/mobile phones work PERFECTLY on planes, so he doesn't need to invent something to allow it to happen...

Here we go...

"Emirates Airline became the first air carrier to allow cell phones on its planes in 2007, according to CNN. The airline's system, supplied by AeroMobile, allows passengers to make and receive phone calls and text messages while at cruising altitude. Many international airlines have since followed suit."

Interesting that 'many international arlines' are spending money on a device that 9/11 PROVES they don't need... Weird huh?

Edited by Spinebreaker
1 person likes this

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Spine

My guess is that such technology incorporates satellites. It must, really, as there are no cell antennae on the ocean surface. And firstly, cell towers use microwave (850mHz) which are quite directional, and oriented so that phones on the ground can work.

And thinking about this subject, I'm pretty sure the "Airfone" system employed here in the US, and said to be the source of a few of the 911 phone calls, was never a commercial success I think. I could be wrong as I don't travel the airlines much anymore, so I don't know if they are seen on todays airliners in the US.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 6

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.