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The St. Clair Shores story made mention of the proximity to Canada so maybe they are connecting the Michigan stories with yours
“The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office got a call on Thursday afternoon about a “suspicious incident” on a highway and adjoining road in rural Michigan, near the Canadian border, according to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon.”
A woman arrested in the discarded body parts story, still uncertain if it has anything to do with the Lyzen story, could be two seperate hoaxes but both synced up roughly and it’s only about an hour from Rochester Hills.
Edit: Missed from the article, the body parts are from a different missing St. Clair Shores man, not related to the Lyzen story.
A Friday autopsy and evidence obtained from the remains revealed that the body parts were those of a missing 32-year-old St. Clair Shores man. His identity has not been released.
The Klu Krew page is interesting. Reminds me of websleuths. A bunch of people there working diligently to solve mysteries that can’t seem figure out a hoax after staring it in the eye for a few days straight. Trapped in the extensive rabbit-hole.
Yeah, I don’t expect admission, but it’s nice to think that they might occasionally start sweating. Nobody challenges them
I like those ideas. I was thinking that if only one account then I’d probably want to start by just asking for more details. Nobody seems to ever do that, so it would be interesting to see the response.
But I’m sure I’d want to get more devilish.
The one time I emailed a photographer about her exceptionally fake looking photo I was really blunt. Explained that the story looked fake as hell, fit a meme with running industrial disasters, and a meme with people standing on railroad tracks during disasters. Then pointed out all of the problems with the shadows and light levels of objects in her photo and asked if she could give a version bigger than 640×480.
She responded “Wow, my photo must have really popped, thanks for the compliments”. Then implied that I was crazy, I went back and forth for a few emails but finally told her I’ll drop it since there was no progress. It was fun but I didn’t feel like it was a good idea for some reason.
That’s pretty much what I like looking into, the witnesses of these stories. I didn’t even watch all of the video news reports, it looked obviously a hoax so I just find the first proper noun and plug it into Google “-shooting” etc to remove the spam of news stories.
Jan Eric posted this Max Malone video and it goes into all of the obvious reasons why this is a hoax, most of which I wasn’t even aware of cause I watch as little video news coverage as I have to. It’s really blatant
(Sorry for not posting this in suspicious media events, I’ll do that next time I make a thread on a new story. There are a few other interesting running stories that I’ve been making notes on I might make threads about, namely the Roswell School shooting and the Denver 7-11 hostage situation)
Twitter at least pretends that you can talk back and forth with people in the media, or the President, etc. I don’t often see much real communication though, just back-slapping
I’ve been mulling the idea for awhile because I don’t think I can sit back and watch this and do nothing, especially when they make it so obvious.
Yeah, I don’t hide my own identity that well, but using a pseudonym at least helps keep away the everyday shills and tards that just like to harass.
I need to have a better idea of what exactly I’m going ask the other accounts on Twitter before I do this but I really want to. I suppose if it got problematic Twitter would probably delete the account citing harassment or something.
I always feel like I should at least be attempting to ask uncomfortable questions at the accounts that are inserting these stories.
If anybody has any experiences trying to communicate with the people who are making these stories I’d be interested in discussing that some time here on the forum or on skype or something. I don’t like seeing the blatant bullshit and then sitting back and doing absolutely nothing.
The “hoaxers” scream for blood and evidence. They give us this:
Witness “I tried to help, and only heard gurgling.. Blood started coming out of his mouth”
The Corey Dierdorff Twitter account is pretty central to the release of information and media for this story. The guy is both a local firefighter and a reporter, and his friends responded to this shooting.
Here an involved firefighter tells the reporter/firefighter that he “rode his coattails”
The reporter/firefighter has another smug back-and-forth with another reporter
(In the Cinema Bistro? I thought it was during the previews? Now that I think about it why would anybody care if you were texting in a cinema bistro, it’s not like that is typically a quiet place?)
All sorts of other strange stuff coming out now. Perp shot of the retired cop/shooter. What kind of vest is that, anybody know? Are they implying he wore a bulletproof vest to the theater? If so that’s a nice rabbit hole for the “It’s not a hoax, people died and govt killed them on-purpose” type theorists. They always leave something for them to latch onto.
Unsourced claims coming from reporters on twitter that some other citizens recognized the shooter and said he eyed them down at previous movie showings. Shooter says he felt threatened. This has to be something to increase distrust between cops and civvies considering it came on the same day as Kelly Thomas beating verdict.
It seems ridiculous to me that media and entertainment industry can fabricate these things so blatantly. It’s amazing that they always seem to use Twitter as first place to release faked media and faked public comments. I struggle with the idea that they can do this so blatantly right in front of us, and even joke about it, and nothing can be done? Can anything be done? I emailed a photographer once about another hoax story and implied that her photo was manipulated but the conversation went nowhere. Anybody have any experience probing the people who release this kind of stuff? I don’t know if the names behind these twitter accounts are real, but they are right there and there’s nothing stopping one from attempting to communicate with them.
The shooter was a retired police officer, Curtis Reeves Jr., 71
The dispute was over texting during the movie.
This one will go far on the watercooler talk-radio morning shows. They love topics like texting in theaters.
Cop out of control too, on same day those two cops got cleared for smashing that homeless man.
Edit: Reeves was director of security at Busch Gardens until 2005. So another entertainment industry connection.
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I was a bit confused a year ago when I heard of the new “Xbox One”. Wait, didn’t we already have two Xboxes?
The box also has one eye, that never turns off, that knows when your breathing.