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WOW!!! BBC journalists covering Virginia shooting 'threatened by police,' forced to delete footage

 
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didn't think too much of it being a "hoax" until now. What are they hiding? Victims dead. Killer dead. Why should "evidence" be deleted?
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feel like we're going to be bombarded with false flags as distractions soon
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But don't you dare question this. Do not ask questions! This is perfectly NORMAL.
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So they just deleted it? wtf?

British are some fucking pussies.
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At least they're making this public!
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Yeah, too fucking late now, the footage is gone.

Nothing's gonna come of this at all.
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What difference does it make..anyone with half a brain that's been following this event knows its totally fake and laughable.
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Did they learn to do that from Hillary?
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Wait just a minute...........

From the OP's link

"Strasser tweeted that he and McKelvey were told the footage “could be evidence,” and that they were forced to delete it."

That makes no sense. If it's evidence, the last thing the cops want to do is delete it. Do cops raid homes for drugs and then tell the home owner to flush the drugs because they could be used for evidence?

Something is not right here.
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Great CATCH OP!

Sorry to spam on your thread but it directly points why the crisis actors got angry when the statementpointing additional footage was mentioned in my pinned thread

Thread: Why Were The Crisis Actors Of Victim's Father and Boyfriend Get Angry Over Being Asked For Evidence?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70100602


The title of your thread is greatly misleading. The so called "evidence" that was deleted has nothing to do with the Megan Kelly interview. She simply asked of the camera man was a hero for pointing the camera as the shooter.
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She said to "get more evidence of who the shooter " then was cut off. not asked for.. But you get the gist.

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would u say the shooting took place at sunrise?
bcuz local sunrise yesterday was reported to be 645am
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Wait just a minute...........

From the OP's link

"Strasser tweeted that he and McKelvey were told the footage “could be evidence,” and that they were forced to delete it."

That makes no sense. If it's evidence, the last thing the cops want to do is delete it. Do cops raid homes for drugs and then tell the home owner to flush the drugs because they could be used for evidence?

Something is not right here.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70174327


LOL

Where're you from AC; anytown, U.S.A.?
Sounds like a swell place.
I'd like to go there--but it is far, far away from here.
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First off, the reporter himself says the footage was poor footage anyhow. He didn't record anything worthwhile.

Secondly, the evidence comment the reporter is so puzzled about isn't all that puzzling. The cop isn't saying he wants evidence destroyed. He's saying that that footage may contain evidence they are gathering and that they don't want it entering the public realm until the case is processed and what not.

That's pretty common practice. Now whether he had a legal right to actually make the guy delete the footage, well, it appears he did not have that right. He overstepped his boundaries there.

Which is another thing cops tend to do on an all too regular basis.
 Quoting: TakingCues


The "evidence" deletion is explained above.
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Wait just a minute...........

From the OP's link

"Strasser tweeted that he and McKelvey were told the footage “could be evidence,” and that they were forced to delete it."

That makes no sense. If it's evidence, the last thing the cops want to do is delete it. Do cops raid homes for drugs and then tell the home owner to flush the drugs because they could be used for evidence?

Something is not right here.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70174327


LOL

Where're you from AC; anytown, U.S.A.?
Sounds like a swell place.
I'd like to go there--but it is far, far away from here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5023449


Why did you feel the need to make up a story about me because of what I posted? Something is not right about that too.

What's your agenda here?
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RT = Realism Transposed

such a propaganda tool.

some of you get too much fluoride in your water and watch too much TV. some times shit just happens. i dont care if this is a conspiracy web site, some of you are just batshit crazy.
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First off, the reporter himself says the footage was poor footage anyhow. He didn't record anything worthwhile.

Secondly, the evidence comment the reporter is so puzzled about isn't all that puzzling. The cop isn't saying he wants evidence destroyed. He's saying that that footage may contain evidence they are gathering and that they don't want it entering the public realm until the case is processed and what not.

That's pretty common practice. Now whether he had a legal right to actually make the guy delete the footage, well, it appears he did not have that right. He overstepped his boundaries there.

Which is another thing cops tend to do on an all too regular basis.
 Quoting: TakingCues


Common practice would be to confiscate the card so they could have more evidence. Not says it contains evidence and have them delete. Makes no sense. Imo
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First off, the reporter himself says the footage was poor footage anyhow. He didn't record anything worthwhile.

Secondly, the evidence comment the reporter is so puzzled about isn't all that puzzling. The cop isn't saying he wants evidence destroyed. He's saying that that footage may contain evidence they are gathering and that they don't want it entering the public realm until the case is processed and what not.

That's pretty common practice. Now whether he had a legal right to actually make the guy delete the footage, well, it appears he did not have that right. He overstepped his boundaries there.

Which is another thing cops tend to do on an all too regular basis.
 Quoting: TakingCues


The "evidence" deletion is explained above.
 Quoting: TakingCues


Thanks.

Too many cops are incompetent boobs these days.

People have the right to film in public. Period.
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This story is getting stranger by the minute.
Two BBC journalists say they were threatened by Virginia police after filming the scene where gunman Bryce Williams crashed and shot himself on Wednesday. They say a cop threatened to confiscate their camera and car if they did not delete their footage.

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 Quoting: koevtsibird


Wow, Russia Today? The news source that NEVER lies or exaggerates? This is to be taken seriously. This is me taking this seriously. You should all take this seriously. Has anyone checked with the World Weekly Star for corroboration?
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How do we know reporters aren't lying?
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The reporters could prove they aren't lying...It sounds like a simple delete operation was performed....If they don't use the device further, the video data should still be retrievable, right?

Recover the video and broadcast it into the inter-webs.
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First off, the reporter himself says the footage was poor footage anyhow. He didn't record anything worthwhile.

Secondly, the evidence comment the reporter is so puzzled about isn't all that puzzling. The cop isn't saying he wants evidence destroyed. He's saying that that footage may contain evidence they are gathering and that they don't want it entering the public realm until the case is processed and what not.

That's pretty common practice. Now whether he had a legal right to actually make the guy delete the footage, well, it appears he did not have that right. He overstepped his boundaries there.

Which is another thing cops tend to do on an all too regular basis.
 Quoting: TakingCues


The "evidence" deletion is explained above.
 Quoting: TakingCues


It's actually not explained. Just because it's 'common practice,' doesn't make it legit. Especially in such a high profile event. Come on.
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Sorry but this asshole is BS too.

the video journalist (Strasser):

"Strasser said that he decided to delete the footage because “it was either not being able to work for the rest of the day, without camera or car, or delete crappy footage from far away.” He added that he “chose the latter.”...(MO - Oh boohoo, you can't work for the rest of the day - we'll see you in the poor house!!! crybaby! - Apparently he'll never go to jail to protect his sources!)

^^^what a bunch of f-in BS lazy ass video journalist!!

Hell, I could contact my employer (that is if I was actually a good/great video journalist!) and say my car, camera and all was confiscated at the scene - --come get me, bring me another camera and I can continue with my work day here....what a bunch of BS!

Oh gee, maybe they should have instant download to the station if shit like this might happen!!!!

Gawd I hate this f-in corrupt BS media!!!!!
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Wait just a minute...........

From the OP's link

"Strasser tweeted that he and McKelvey were told the footage “could be evidence,” and that they were forced to delete it."

That makes no sense. If it's evidence, the last thing the cops want to do is delete it. Do cops raid homes for drugs and then tell the home owner to flush the drugs because they could be used for evidence?

Something is not right here.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70174327


LOL

Where're you from AC; anytown, U.S.A.?
Sounds like a swell place.
I'd like to go there--but it is far, far away from here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5023449


Why did you feel the need to make up a story about me because of what I posted? Something is not right about that too.

What's your agenda here?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70174327


Just to make fun of people who think TV is real life, is all. Nothing personal, I assure you. I can enjoy the entertainment of professional wrestling--but I don't try to tell myself that it is real. Why are you all so emotionally involved in things that are pure speculation? The hoaxers actually have something to lose, so I understand where they are coming from; but if your side is right--what do you gain exept a race war and a (more) totalitarian regime?
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RT = Realism Transposed

such a propaganda tool.

some of you get too much fluoride in your water and watch too much TV. some times shit just happens. i dont care if this is a conspiracy web site, some of you are just batshit crazy.
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Get fucked.
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police in the KNOW... corrupt, HIDING EVIDENCE
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Agreed, Head state trooper in sandy hook,fired!!!!shortly after the false flag
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This story is getting stranger by the minute.
Two BBC journalists say they were threatened by Virginia police after filming the scene where gunman Bryce Williams crashed and shot himself on Wednesday. They say a cop threatened to confiscate their camera and car if they did not delete their footage.

<50%
[link to www.rt.com]
 Quoting: koevtsibird


Wow, Russia Today? The news source that NEVER lies or exaggerates? This is to be taken seriously. This is me taking this seriously. You should all take this seriously. Has anyone checked with the World Weekly Star for corroboration?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70109020



maybe check with Socrcha Faal too? lol
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Wait just a minute...........

From the OP's link

"Strasser tweeted that he and McKelvey were told the footage “could be evidence,” and that they were forced to delete it."

That makes no sense. If it's evidence, the last thing the cops want to do is delete it. Do cops raid homes for drugs and then tell the home owner to flush the drugs because they could be used for evidence?

Something is not right here.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 70174327


nothing is right on this one
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First off, the reporter himself says the footage was poor footage anyhow. He didn't record anything worthwhile.

Secondly, the evidence comment the reporter is so puzzled about isn't all that puzzling. The cop isn't saying he wants evidence destroyed. He's saying that that footage may contain evidence they are gathering and that they don't want it entering the public realm until the case is processed and what not.

That's pretty common practice. Now whether he had a legal right to actually make the guy delete the footage, well, it appears he did not have that right. He overstepped his boundaries there.

Which is another thing cops tend to do on an all too regular basis.
 Quoting: TakingCues


The "evidence" deletion is explained above.
 Quoting: TakingCues


It's actually not explained. Just because it's 'common practice,' doesn't make it legit. Especially in such a high profile event. Come on.
 Quoting: Anonymous-Girl


They weren't destroying actual evidence. They were destroying footage the guy had of them on the scene gathering evidence.

Now if the guy happened to be on the scene and filmed the car crashing or something like that, then you would have something here.

All that occurred though was the cop making him destroy footage that if it went public could have revealed info to the public prior to the case being processed and what not.

It's not as of the footage captured anything the cops didn't gather as evidence already or were in the process of doing.

And yes, the cop apparently didn't have the right to make the reporter delete the footage. Like I said, he overstepped his bounds by doing that. But again, cops behaving like that in general isn't all that uncommon. Many of them tend to abide their position of power or actually believe they are allowed to do certain things that aren't actually legal.

Part of the reason they behave that way though is because they rarely get in trouble for it anyhow.

Last Edited by TakingCues on 08/27/2015 06:00 PM
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RT = Realism Transposed

such a propaganda tool.

some of you get too much fluoride in your water and watch too much TV. some times shit just happens. i dont care if this is a conspiracy web site, some of you are just batshit crazy.
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Yessir Officer.
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The new normal. A new reality has been created.
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First off, the reporter himself says the footage was poor footage anyhow. He didn't record anything worthwhile.

Secondly, the evidence comment the reporter is so puzzled about isn't all that puzzling. The cop isn't saying he wants evidence destroyed. He's saying that that footage may contain evidence they are gathering and that they don't want it entering the public realm until the case is processed and what not.

That's pretty common practice. Now whether he had a legal right to actually make the guy delete the footage, well, it appears he did not have that right. He overstepped his boundaries there.

Which is another thing cops tend to do on an all too regular basis.
 Quoting: TakingCues


The "evidence" deletion is explained above.
 Quoting: TakingCues


Thanks.

Too many cops are incompetent boobs these days.

People have the right to film in public. Period.
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Your RIGHTS are what they SAY they are. Unless you're willing to use force to protect your RIGHTS. which we never do, cause we're a bunch of sjw pussies.
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This story is getting stranger by the minute.
Two BBC journalists say they were threatened by Virginia police after filming the scene where gunman Bryce Williams crashed and shot himself on Wednesday. They say a cop threatened to confiscate their camera and car if they did not delete their footage.

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 Quoting: koevtsibird


they do not want anyone messing with the PsyOp.
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Lets stay friendly please. Ignore the idiots
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First off, the reporter himself says the footage was poor footage anyhow. He didn't record anything worthwhile.

Secondly, the evidence comment the reporter is so puzzled about isn't all that puzzling. The cop isn't saying he wants evidence destroyed. He's saying that that footage may contain evidence they are gathering and that they don't want it entering the public realm until the case is processed and what not.

That's pretty common practice. Now whether he had a legal right to actually make the guy delete the footage, well, it appears he did not have that right. He overstepped his boundaries there.

Which is another thing cops tend to do on an all too regular basis.
 Quoting: TakingCues


The "evidence" deletion is explained above.
 Quoting: TakingCues


It's actually not explained. Just because it's 'common practice,' doesn't make it legit. Especially in such a high profile event. Come on.
 Quoting: Anonymous-Girl


They weren't destroying actual evidence. They were destroying footage the guy had of them on the scene gathering evidence.

Now if the guy happened to be on the scene and filmed the car crashing or something like that, then you would have something here.

All that occurred though was the cop making him destroy footage that if it went public could have revealed info to the public prior to the case being processed and what not.

It's not as of the footage captured anything the cops didn't gather as evidence already or were in the process of doing.

And yes, the cop apparently didn't have the right to make the reporter delete the footage. Like I said, he overstepped his bounds by doing that. But again, cops behaving like that in general isn't all that uncommon. Many of them tend to abide their position of power or actually believe they are allowed to do certain things that aren't actually legal.

Part of the reason they behave that way though is because they rarely get in trouble for it anyhow.
 Quoting: TakingCues


That in itself is evidence. Do you not think HOW evidence is gathered is important in a case? Police mishandling of evidence, for example. Many a case has been thrown out for that very reason.





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