More Israeli fingerprints all over Charlie Hebdo attack
…by Hicham Hamza, Panamza.com, Paris
Translated by Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor
Don’t miss my other translations of Panamza.com’s investigation of Charlie Hebdo: Zionists linked to Charlie Hebdo terrorists’ escape and Charlie Hebdo Bombshell: Suicided Officer’s Family Denied Access to Autopsy. -KB
INFO PANAMZA. Find out how – and why – the first images of the attack on Charlie Hebdo were deliberately altered.
On 02/08/2015 at 4:22 p.m.
It was precisely noon, Wednesday, January 7, 2015.
Twenty minutes after the men responsible for the attack on Charlie Hebdo had fled, the channel I-Tele was already broadcasting the first jittery, confusing images of the event.
At 11:47, the videographer behind these images – filmed from the roof of the appartment building – had posted this tweet:
Martin Boudot, a journalist from the Premières Lignes agency, curiously appears (around 0’33) in the video that he supposedly had filmed himself at about 11:40 a.m..
Later questioned by CNN and BFM TV about his scoop, Boudot made a strange statement that was broadcast on RMC radio. During his interview (broadcast live the following morning) with Jean-Jacques Bourdin, the young man, a product of the 2008 Tours School of Journalism, said in passing (at the 11’50 mark) that “we were well acquainted with the maintenance manager” who was the first to be shot by the terrorists.
Problem: the manager in question – a certain Frédéric Boisseau, employed by Sodexo – was working his first day in the building where, since last summer, the offices of Charlie Hebdo and Premières Lignes have been located next to each other.
Disturbing detail: Boudot’s boss expressed the same untruth – twice. Interviewed in the late evening on CNN and the next day by a Canadian channel, Paul Moreira – founder of the agency led today by his colleague Luc Hermann (both in the image above) – also claimed to know well – and even “enjoy and appreciate” – Frédéric Boisseau, whom he claimed to have run into “every morning.”
Could Boudot and Moreira have confused Boisseau with another maintenace man? It seems unlikely: The name and face of the first victim of the terrorists was known since the evening of the attack, several hours before their respective (and factually impossible) statements.
A falsified video
Whatever the motive of the false statements of the Boudot-Moreira duo, one thing is certain: Everyone had seen, partially or fully, the images of the young man, broadcast and rebroadcast by all the TV channels beginning Wednesday, January 7th, at noon.
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