The first alleged shooting occurred Wednesday in Baton Rogue, La., and involved a 37-year-old black man, one Alton Sterling. The images were sketchy, but today a “second video” was released. It shows Sterling pinned to the ground, and the officer unholstering his gun. Watch starting at 0:35. It’s blurred right at the crucial moment (0:45) when the video records the report of a shot. There are several more shots that follow, yet the video doesn’t capture any useful imaginary. Per usual, this is very suspicious timing as far as what the viewer is allowed to see. But then again there should be CCTV footage, no? Let’s have a look to settle the matter.
If Sterling was shot at this range, there is zero sign of impact or trauma from the video. Even presuming Sterling was shot, we have no reference as to why police took this action. Did Sterling have a hold of a weapon? We hear a narrative but again no clues from this so-called video “evidence.” Here is Sterling’s lengthy criminal rap sheet. There is lots of divide-and-conquer Hegelian dialectic and strangeness on all sides with this one.
The second incident today occurred in Falcon Heights, Minn., and is even more bizarre. You have to watch it all to believe it. First notice at 0:10 that this auto has a right-side steering wheel. This is not illegal in the U.S., but it’s very unusual. Again, we learn that one Philando Castile was shot four to five times by a policeman. As you go through the video, you will see no blood splatter on the upholstery. According to RT, Castiles’ girlfriend Diamond Reynolds then said as Castile reached for his wallet, he informed the police officer immediately that he was also carrying a firearm but had a conceal-and-carry permit for it. The officer then panicked, she says, and emptied four shots into the man. The officer is described as “Chinese” or “Asian.”
In the video we witness Reynolds reading unemotionally into a camera (for Facebook, of course) and seemingly off of a script. At 0:38 the police officer gives the appearance of being “out-of-control,” saying “I told him not to reach for it, I told him to get his hand off it.” This feels like an acted scene. The girlfriend responds like she is arguing about speed limits not a fatal shooting. Apparently the girlfriend also had the wherewithal during the commotion to have counted four rounds fired into Castile. Only after being removed from the car does Reynolds finally show emotion at 2:10. The video goes blank for three minutes and finished up with Reynolds recapping what transpired. You see a 4 year old at 5:45 in the video, and she is not even crying. Finally as she sits in the police car handcuffed near the end, some how she managed to run the video on herself and make more comments.
According to the Star-Tribune, several family members, including Valerie Castile, then walked to the Hennepin County medical examiner’s office in an attempt to see Philando’s body. Staffers there would not let them, said Nekima Levy-Pounds, president of the Minneapolis NAACP chapter, who accompanied them.
Verdict: No final determination as of yet. Both incidents look very dicey, very fishy. TNN will closely watch for further anomalies. Of course, if George Soros is lurking, we may see racial outbreaks and violence. The Jewish cognoscenti is already on this like flies on a horse. Remember, there is an agenda to bring local police forces under centralized, national control. They do this by making them look like bumpkins, not up to the job. This would be akin to the (((Cheka))) running all police. That would be a disaster. Local police have ties to their communities and are far more accountable than the Cheka.