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Muslim Boogeyman Vanado Agit-Prop Du Jour, Again in Melbourne

The scene in Flinders Street, Melbourne, after the SUV rammed into pedestrians. PHOTO: Telegraph/Sirvix_a_lot/Twitter

Wash, rinse, repeat. The lugenpresse reports:

  • A 32-year-old Australian citizen of Afghan descent with a history of drug problems was arrested in Melbourne, Australia, after a white Suzuki SUV was driven into a crowd of downtown Christmas shoppers at around 4:40 p.m.
  • Fourteen people were alleged injured, some critically.
  • There was no attempt to brake, no attempt to swerve,” said witness Jim Stoupas. The witness’ script claimed the vanado was going 60 mph.
  • Witness Chris Gath told The Age he saw 60 to 100 people crossing the intersection when a car travelling at up to 70 kmph (43 mph) headed for the crowd.

In the photo below from the Daily Mail, you can see the standard swath aftermath of the latest vanado attacks. You can observe some tire marks on the pavement near the “victim” at 8:00.

The question once again is the same as with other vanado attacks: If the vanado didn’t swerve, how is it that people are scattered and dropped as far as 30 meters apart as in the cases of victim at 11:00/10:00 and distant 7:00/5:00/3:00? For measuring reference of this overhead, by regulation a SUV can’t be more than 5 meters in length. The largest Suzuki is 4.5 meters. They are typically about 1.8 meters wide.

Why are people in such implausible locations? Victims at 11:00, 10:00 and 8:00 are plausible. But only in a cartoon physics deception world could distant 7:00, 5:00 and 3:00 have been hit in that location by a vehicle 1.8 meters wide going 43 mph. Judging from the direction and angle of the stopped vanado, how could 7:00, 5:00 and 3:00 ever have been hit?

Source: Daily Mail Australia

Finally there are supposed to be 14 “injured” but only six people are down. So the other eight are still ambulatory?

This video shows pedestrians hit by vehicles. They are swept off their feet, some go airborne or somersault but then come straight down, landing at most a few meters from impact. In most cases, they land a meter slightly to the side or in front of impact.

TNN Verdict: The vanado and Afghan Muslim boogeyman narrative is utter nonsense

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