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  • #857117

    davieb
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    Last week the big news story in Toronto was about a woman that threw a chair off the 45th floor of a condo in downtown Toronto.

    I was sceptical about this story from the getgo as I believe almost everything in the media is fake story.

    1) the perpetrator is laughing
    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1611517
    2) at about the 4 second mark the girls face looks weird, its when she turns her head to her right. looks like a sim creation??
    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1611517
    3) the money shot of the chair crashing to the ground is not there. the footage stops before the chair hits the ground
    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1611517
    4) around the 2:40 minute mark in the video the girl named Julia has duping delight
    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1611517

    #857118

    davieb
    Participant

    wrong link posted
    here is correct link

    #857119

    xileffilex
    Participant

    Nice free advert for the Condos in the Twin Towers in the Maple Leaf Square. “product placement” just as there was “smashed chair placement” by the cycle racks.
    http://www.mapleleafsquarecondos.com/
    The duping “resident” says she goes in an out “multiple times a day” – spook/cop script speak. No bicycles were injured in the making of this film.

    A similar 50 plus twin tower development is going to go up in Vauxhall London, opposite the US embassy, site of the 2013 Helicopter “crash” hoax when the area was run down and in transition.
    Stand by for more hoaxes there when they’re built.

    #857134

    davieb
    Participant

    yes the product placement add for Maple Leaf Square Condo’s.
    I did not catch that.
    That seals the deal 100%, fake.
    The product placement add is one of my goto fakeologist tools that I use to determine if a story if fake or real.

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