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By Paul Craig Roberts

July 26, 2016

France’s Minister of the Interior Is Withholding All Security Camera Evidence of the Nice Truck Massacre and Demands that the Evidence be Destroyed

Obviously, the real evidence does not support the concocted evidence and the official story.

The person who prepared this — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnSNvvpI97M — is a bit crude in his language, but his point is nevertheless sound.

We have not been shown any security camera evidence of the Nice event. Instead, we have seen cell phone video taken by Richard Gutjahr who happens to be married to a former Israeli intelligence agent who is currently an Israeli politician. Amazingly, Gutjahr also happened to be on the scene at the Munich shooting and again furnished the cell phone video and testimony for that event. As former US Representative Cynthia McKinney asked, how did it happen that the same person is performing the same role for both the Nice and Munich events?

Why does the official story have to rely on Gutjahr’s cell phone video when, at least in Nice, there is massive security camera video evidence?



Source of what follows: Journalism.co.uk

How one reporter covered the attacks in Nice and Munich with a mobile phone

Richard Gutjahr, reporter for German national broadcaster ARD, explained how basic mobile technology allowed him to cover the two attacks

Using just his mobile phone, Richard Gutjahr, reporter for German national broadcaster ARD, has produced on-the-scene coverage of two attacks in the past two weeks: the Bastille Day lorry killings in Nice (14 July), and Friday’s fatal shootings in Munich shopping centre Olympia Einkaufszentrum (22 July).