Checking for tears

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This story is emerging large in the Toronto media. This, by fakeology definition, is enough to raise doubt.

Are we watching reality or LARPing?

I’ve watched the first two minutes of this mother, and only saw smiles from the male to her side and an absence of tears from her.

Duping delight @ 1:25?

Deconstruct.

The mother of Devan Bracci-Selvey, who died Monday, hasn’t slept since that morning. She’s afraid if she closes her eyes she’ll have to relive her 14-year-old son’s stabbing.

On Monday afternoon, Devan was attacked in front of his mother outside Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School in Hamilton’s east end. The teen boy later died in hospital.

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilto…

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2 thoughts on “Checking for tears

  1. xileffilex

    Worst piece of acting I’ve seen for a long time! What on earth are the handlers [ie.g the specially trained “supporter” in dark glasses] thinking? Are they really happy with the finished product of the obvious rehearsals for this take? How can any “normie” watch this an fall for it?
    She sure doesn’t behave like her son was stabbed 18 times right in front of her!
    The [pregnant] sister Sammie provides the info for the media
    www.facebook.com/sammie.bracci
    www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hamilto…

    GoFundMe to cover ‘funeral’ [i.e. relocation] costs – check!

    1. ab Post author

      Today’s funeral was live on the 24-hour news channel here. On one side of the street were motorcycle gang motorcycles and on the other side of the street were old cars from what look like a car club. Strange attendees for what appears to be a broken family.

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