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Oddities in Orlando Pulse Shooting

Emergency personnel at Orlando Regional Medical Center wait with stretchers for the arrival of victims from the nightclub shooting. PHOTO: Phelan M. Ebenhack/AP

TNN is continuing it’s efforts to be a archival source for the staged deceptions. The following is a news chopper fly-over photo as the Orlando Pulse siege played out. There was said to be 320 people in Pulse nightclub at the time of incident, which included 30 hostages, 50 dead and 53 wounded. So where are all of their vehicles? Wouldn’t you expect to see a full parking lot with that sort of club crowd?

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Here the standardized grainy dark video footage showing a vague confused scene. Again who has a video camera that shoots images like this? Answer: nobody

The footage below is also very surreal, as one “Amanda” is shown not reacting to the unusual sounds in the background. Much like in the Bataclan shooting and Nice truck rampage, the camera is turned off right at the crucial moment. All these videos come with a “disturbing” warning.

There are some videos taken outside, as you would expect. Here is one on YouTube. Once again (like in Paris or Brussels), little detail comes through. Focus in particular on the clip starting at 0:25. I think this is stagecraft. Can you see casualties? There is an impression only. The film is blurry, grainy and a fraud. It is not up to the standard of even older-generation cell-phone cameras. The second video is a night test on the older generation 2012 iPhone 4s and Galaxy s3 cameras. Of course, subsequent technology used in the cameras that most carry, is even better.

Google images reveals almost nothing of actual interest for someone analyzing a real mass-casualty event of this magnitude.

The infamous Zio psy-op Rita Katz of SITE is at it again linking the alleged shooter, Omar Mateen, via various social media. According to SITE, “ISIS claims responsibility.” A “Muslim homophobic” motivation is thrown in for good measure. Mateen worked for a large security company G4S, yet he was on an FBI “person of interest” list and was even interrogated twice. Nao combinam (doesn’t make sense).

We are also saw a slew of strange stories and accounts, such as the “accomplice theory” and that the shooter had a gay dating app on his cell phone. These are mostly drama-queen distractions to take your eye off the ball. Where’s the real evidence of 103 casualties at the Pulse?

This photo of the Pulse was posted on social media a year ago and looks Miami trendy. In 2014, it was named among USA Today’s Top 10 Orlando night clubs.


For some undetermined reason, this inviting motif was transformed into ugly Gothic black as seen today. It doesn’t even look like the same establishment. How did Pulse become such a dump?


One of the more curious photos appears at Daily Mail. It shows five good-size holes in walls and bullet holes entering from outside. It has a certain battle of Stalingrad quality to it. Is this how SWAT handles hostage situations now?  Officials are now stating that the holes were made by an armored vehicle and that Matteen was gunned down when ran out from one. AV is heavy equipment ladies and gentleman. Somebody might take video of it rolling in? Anybody seen that video? CCTV footage? What’s that?

The following clip shows patrons calmly parading casualties down the street. Where are the ambulances, 200 meters down the street? Is there a “magnificent tent” down there? After actors walk by camera and are out of range they drop “injured” off for some high fivin’, happiness and a little jig.

Was this old Freemason cop brought out of retirement and dressed up to pose and laugh in the background of a police news conference. WTF?

1 Comment on Oddities in Orlando Pulse Shooting

  1. You are missing something…. the guy that fled and later surrendered in Calif to a police dept, his care full of weapons and asked for witness protection from the CIA handlers of the Pulse Club incident. This apparently was one of those ‘actors’ set up where real people really died.

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