Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9142675 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30134987 Quoting: blind squirrel
Well, is it normal for the grass to be green and the trees to still have their fall foliage in mid-December in Connecticut? Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1482838
I think this is from a police helicopter.
I remember an interview with a local Fireman.
In his weird discussion with Brooke Baldwin of CNN he says he feels guilty. He also said the first thing he heard
and saw was the helicopters overhead.
He didn't get a call. They weren't CALLING the local first responders.
He also stated that he was surprised it was worse than
he was thinking it was going to be.
His words and actions and Brooke Baldwin's strange behavior.
(She doesn't know what to ask, so there is dead air for a few seconds before she stiltingly asks him what was being said to her in her earphones).
I tried to find this video again yesterday and can't find it.
If anybody saved it it would be nice to see posted.
The Fireman is pretending they have just received 26 wreaths from Oregon. It was a staged interview and extremely awkward.
I think this is the vid you're talking about:
WOW, I have never seen that interview before. That is the most awkward video I have seen to date!! That guy seems to really stumble with a lot of answers. He does give his name in the video, hesitantly.
I also am confused by this. If he was working across town when he heard, and already saw the helicopters, that means the first responders got there way late..Doesnt make sense to me at all.
Hooray Blind Squirrel, thanks for finding it!
I was worried it was gone.
What it shows poster above is that he was assigned to this fire department, yet he was not invited to attend.
Locals were not part of the exercise.
Other poster: This was not on Friday so the Wreaths were
I just thought it was a blatant tie-in for the viewer to
remember the shooting 3 days prior at Clackamas.
What also strikes me is that he doesn't listen to this on a scanner, but on a radio, where he thinks it has only 3 victims. Even then, why does he go to the Fire Department and when? After his regular job?
And of course, she spins why he feels guilty as to "what could he have done"? When I feel like the source of his "guilt" is regarding the crap being passed off as real
and his role in it.