Humboldt Hockey Bus Crash hoax: compressed time for a compressed spine

like this

A couple of days later after breaking his (lumbar) spine for a total paralysis from the waist down injury, this guy is slumped in bed without any sign of a brace with PM Boflex?

This is an example of a made-for-tv-movie timeline, where the general TV educated public is conditioned to believe that dramatic, traumatic medical episodes that normally take weeks and even years to stabilize are solved in a 44 minute tell-a-lie-vision hour.

Completely ridiculous, of course, and more proof you are dealing with a fabricated event.

WATCH: The parents of Ryan Straschnitzki, one of the Humboldt Broncos players injured in Friday’s bus crash say their son is paralyzed from the waist down, but say he’s strong and a fighter.

Source: ‘This is a young man that is not going to quit’: Airdrie bus crash survivor recovers after surgery | Globalnews.caPrime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks with Humboldt Broncos crash survivor Ryan Straschnitzki in hospital on April 8, 2018.

No tags for this post.

18 thoughts on “Humboldt Hockey Bus Crash hoax: compressed time for a compressed spine

  1. xileffilex

    Hoax management ctd.
    Strong Straz has now been moved to Philadelphia’s Shriners Hospital for “specialised spinal treatment” which obviously isn’t available in Canada….
    As some of the duped commenters correctly suggest, Ryan will indeed walk again. I’m sure of that.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyTeoo…

    globalnews.ca/news/4245703/hum…
    Why isn’t he in a wheelchair for this press briefing, rather, for maximum effect, he’s strapped onto a gurney. Ridiculous.
    globalnews.ca/video/rd/1245719…

    globalnews.ca/video/rd/1245834…

    Reply
    1. ab Post author

      All part of the movie-of-the-week compressed time line. Time was compressed, not his spinal cord. My brother broke his lower (L3?) spine, and was rehabilitated here in Toronto at Lyndhurst. It’s been 30 years, but the timeline was much much longer and he had far less paralysis at the onset. Toronto has some of the best medical programs in the world, and it’s beyond rare for a taxpayer funded (Gofundme?) health system to go outside of Canada unless the therapy wasn’t available at all anywhere in Canada. He’s clearly a (bad) actor.

      Reply
  2. xileffilex

    Checkup for Kaleb Dahlgren

    April 9 “Seriously injured”
    He’s also an insulin-dependant Type 1 diabetic, but has drawn on his illness to help others. He was the driving force behind a program he called “Dahlgren’s Diabeuties” which provided free tickets to diabetic kids.

    April 10
    “It has been a very stressful and emotional last few days,” Mark Dahlgren wrote on social media.
    His 21-year-old son, Kaleb, a forward from Saskatoon, was stable.
    “Despite the horrific nature of the crash, he is holding his own,” Dahlgren said. “He has lots of pain/swelling and some other injuries to overcome but we know he will prevail.”

    April 12 “recovering in hospital” [looking great]
    twitter.com/KDahlgren97/status…

    pbs.twimg.com/media/DambzlDU0A…

    April 14
    pbs.twimg.com/media/DaxIeo5U0A…
    I..have to follow strict guidelines from specialists regarding my recovery…guidelines include refraining from the use of my phone & restricting visitors… …if anyone feels the need to contact me, please contact Erykah Pool

    [who no doubt took the photos and sent the tweets, which seem to have dried up]

    April 22
    ..displays [Philadelphia] #Flyers paraphernalia sent from Bob Clarke…
    pbs.twimg.com/media/DbaDxYzWkA…

    still no details of the injuries, which must be much more serious than those of media star Ryan Straschnitzki for the media to be kept away from the hospital….

    Reply
    1. xileffilex

      Time to push Dahlgren into the media spotlight –
      he’s positively beaming, grinning from ear to ear [after all his friends have “died” in the “crash”]

      Kaleb doesn’t remember anything, he wakes up 4 days later. “this is not right” !”did we win the game?” suuuuure

      he looked into his phone and it’s “Humboldt Strong”everywhere…
      suuuure

      Dad Mark also seems pretty chipper. Why so happy?
      “It’s real” [big smile]
      “one of his room mates was one of the guys who ‘passed away'” [hence the big smiles, I suppose]
      Kaleb even tried to text him! But couldn’t, remembering that he’d died, exclaiming “He’s not there” [I bet he did though]

      Oh, Kaleb has a brain injury and wants to make sure his brain is ‘fully healed’ before he does anything else….that’s his biggest barrier to moving on. The “crash” was a “curveball”

      Here’s Kaleb in physiotherapy [May 4]


      Humboldt Broncos crash survivor Kaleb Dahlgren’s road to recovery
      Dahlgren ‘s injuries included multiple spinal franctures and a skull fracture
      “A fractured and punctured skull, some brain damage, two broken and three cracked vertebrae in his neck and four [vertebrae] broken in his back”
      suuuuure
      “Two years for a completely full recovery”
      But he had to miss all the “funerals”, he was too sick.
      Dad has been rubbing the grief irritant into his eyes this time.

      The dad’s tale – back in smiling mode and greater detail…

      Father of Broncos bus crash survivor tells his story about that day

      Suuuuure, he was allowed into the “crash” site…. he “got within 20 feet of the bus….first responders pulling people out of the bus…we thought nobody made it,….lots of people but none of them alive…. We were there for a while before somebody shooed us out “[suuuuure]

      Just a convoluted story. They’ve had 5 weeks to learn it but it still still needs plenty of cuts.

      Reply
      1. xileffilex

        And the compressed recovery time frame continues…Kaleb Dahlgren has signed to play for York University, Toronto this fall – the diabetic having

        sustained a brain injury, along with multiple broken and cracked bones in both his neck and back. He’s recovering nicely, though, and says he’s currently “six or seven” on a scale of one to 10.

        in the “crash”.

        Not bad going. Here he is getting into physical shape, having got right mentally already – [video]
        twitter.com/HumboldtBroncos/st…

        Adam Herold’s mum doesn’t seem to want to be in the media spotlight, letting dad do the talking in a rather green-screeny looking environment

        Reply
        1. ab Post author

          Yes her hair moved but the field was still. Great production values from Postmedia (which hasn’t made money its entire life of 20+ years).

          Reply
  3. xileffilex

    Ryan’s the star of the show now
    IT’s got to be done, I guess, not sure where it’s all going
    twitter.com/CBCNews/status/989…

    “feeling good, better, got lots of rest getting ready to do rehab tonight, so feeling goodit’s surreal” [being back in Alberta]
    “how long can you sit now?” about an hour, hour and a half , yeaterday I did two hours..getting to the point where I will be able to sit in it for possibly three hours so it’s getting better”

    But it’s always a good time to repeat the official narrative
    twitter.com/CBCCalgary/status/…

    but compare the above with this near tearful session from the same film set – Susan Ormiston does the staged empathy act for the CBC viewers with her one-to-one. note standard techniques used at 2:15
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVNDas…
    A strangely negative interview in contrast to the bubbly press conferene…
    “”Just maybe, you know, the possibility that things won’t get better,” he told the CBC’s Susan Ormiston.”
    source

    “He’s also struggling to recover emotionally — especially after he was too injured to attend his friends’ funerals.
    “I’m doing this all for them,” he said, tearing up at the memory of his teammates. “That’s how I remember them, so they’re always there.”
    His parents said it was the first time he’s cried.”

    except the eye rubbing didn’t seem to do the Obama trick [at about 2:56 in the video] which ended in a cut scene.

    Meanwhile back in Saskatoon, 5, down from 6, of Ryan’s chums whom he’s chatting to on modern media are still in hospital [allegedly]
    www.saskhealthauthority.ca/new…
    Wednesday, April 25, 2018 in News Release
    Saskatchewan Health Authority is providing an update on patients being cared for and their condition, working within privacy legislation, related to the tragic Humboldt Broncos accident.
    As of 10:30 a.m. today, 5 individuals remain in hospital in Saskatoon; currently, none are listed in critical condition.
    Media are being asked not come into hospital in order to respect the privacy of families and their loved ones. Families and friends require the ability to be in open, common spaces within our hospital to heal in private without being approached for interviews.

    as ever, when # NDNGH

    Reply
    1. xileffilex

      However, no sign at the press conference of Graysen Cameron who’s lying in the same Foothills Hospital in Calgary. Even stranger, on April 7, he was said to be OK!

      On April 10, he had friends lolling on his bed [LOL!]
      1vy6fr3eersd2csgw84dy6hp-wpeng…

      And here he is [left hand photo, Ryan on the right] on April 24, injuries or condition still not clarified, or expanded upon from “OK”
      twitter.com/BretHart/status/98…
      Perhaps he’s not so good speaking in front of camera.

      Reply
      1. ab Post author

        Do you realize you may be the only person in the whole wide world who has made the connection on this particular story? I also realized I might be the only one who actually is grateful for This research. You may be the only true investigative reporter that actually is assembling the puzzle pieces to show The hoax. It’s truly amazing how little the world cares about the details of anything.

        Reply
  4. xileffilex

    Another remarkable healing injury, that of Matthieu Gomercic
    Gomercic suffered several lacerations, an injured jaw and broken shoulder, according to Donna Mikkola, who was the player’s billet family in Steinbach.

    Mikkola confirmed Gomercic’s condition Friday night via Matthieu’s parents, Joanne and Rob, who are in Saskatchewan with their son. They couldn’t be reached for comment on Saturday.
    source April 7 2018

    strangely, his uncle Hubert Girard has a different story
    Matthieu Gomercic was sitting in the back row of the Humboldt Broncos team bus when the crash occurred.
    His uncle said that because of the head injury Mr. Gomercic sustained, he doesn’t remember much of the destruction
    Doctors told Mr. Gomercic on Sunday that the hemorrhaging had stopped, prompting the left-winger to say goodbye to his fellow survivors at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon before making the hour-long trip back to Humboldt for a vigil where the country watched as a community knit together by the team attempted to reconcile its loss in real time.

    Mr. Gomercic and Nick Shumlanski are the only Broncos confirmed to have been discharged from the hospital.
    source April 9 2018

    On the other hand, we have a third story…
    Matthieu Gomercic’s survival was a “miracle” and his injuries were minor, the friend said.
    source also April 7

    However, we learn here that Mikkola spoke to Gomercic by phone, so that ought to be the true story, right?
    source April 9 2018
    but the same article quotes his mother…
    While Matthieu Gomercic’s mom told CBC News she isn’t ready to speak publicly just yet, she confirmed the 20-year-old, who escaped with minor injuries, headed straight to the Humboldt arena upon his release.

    Another remarkable recovery, allowing him to do the Jeff Bauman bit at the Winnipeg Jets game, April 21 2018
    globalnews.ca/video/4159067/je…
    The crowd rose to their feet and cheered after the P.A. announcer asked the audience to “please give a warm welcome to Matthieu Gomercic and his family.”
    He looks a little uneasy in the photo. Perhaps he’s confused about the various reported injuries he is supposed to have suffered.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

wp-puzzle.com logo

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.