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More Bosma twists and turns

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Missing woman’s last call was to Dellen Millard, ex-boyfriend says | Toronto Star.

This story is taking on a life of its own. More twists and turns than a mountain access road.

The purpose of this is simple distraction and psychic driving. By building a fake set of stories, the second story confirms the first in the deceived’s mind. The second story literally confirms that the first story is true, and your mind is taken off the idea that there is a problem with the first story.

Distraction is a magician’s #1 tool.

Here’s the screengrab with a my markup. No reporters names, no police contact names, no details of the 5Ws of reporting … a completely fabricated story to distract from the fact that the first story is a complete hoax.

bosma missing womanAt what point did the Toronto Star mutate into a cross between the Enquirer and the Onion?

 

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Bosma media event and kijijii

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Kijiji says murder suspects did not find Tim Bosma through its online ad site   Toronto StarKijiji says murder suspects did not find Tim Bosma through its online ad site | Toronto Star.

I screencap stories since they change or are scrubbed so quickly in psyOps. You should too if you are following stories. Save youtoob vids too, because they also come and go.

This small lie is an example. Kijijii reacts and say the ad received no responses. Although I am glad The Star ran the story, the message that online ads are dangerous still persists and remains top of mind.

Quickly, the stories about the dangers of online selling appeared. www.theloop.ca/news/consumer-n…

One point related to my past post on the dangers facing main stream media due to revenue loss is that free online services have all but decimated the newspaper classified ad section. While this could hardly be the main reason to create this murder hoax, it could be one of the side stories promoted.

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Who’s the judge?

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As the “trial” begins of the mystery man accused of killing someone for a truck via (free) internet advertising sites, we must start examining details like:

  • who is the judge? don’t we usually find out who presides over hearings?
  • who is the courtroom artist?
  • which reporters appeared at the hearing?
  • what’s the background of the accused’s lawyer?

There are many missing details from this initial case. Is anyone paying attention? Is the public so numb to crime and media that they can’t critically think or differentiate between reality and acting?

Dellen Millard stood tall and emotionless in a jammed-packed Hamilton court Wednesday morning as he was formally charged with the first-degree murder of Ontario father Tim Bosma.

via Tim Bosma murder: Dellen Millard says he’s innocent | Canada | News | National Post.

Who's the judge?

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As the “trial” begins of the mystery man accused of killing someone for a truck via (free) internet advertising sites, we must start examining details like:

  • who is the judge? don’t we usually find out who presides over hearings?
  • who is the courtroom artist?
  • which reporters appeared at the hearing?
  • what’s the background of the accused’s lawyer?

There are many missing details from this initial case. Is anyone paying attention? Is the public so numb to crime and media that they can’t critically think or differentiate between reality and acting?

Dellen Millard stood tall and emotionless in a jammed-packed Hamilton court Wednesday morning as he was formally charged with the first-degree murder of Ontario father Tim Bosma.

via Tim Bosma murder: Dellen Millard says he’s innocent | Canada | News | National Post.

Where are the tears?

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If you just found out your husband was murdered and his body burned beyond recognition, would you

  • be thanking the police?
  • be thanking the media?
  • be thanking the public for using social media outlets?
  • be able to do a press conference? Without shedding a tear? Without a box of kleenex?

Lots of wailing, whining, sniffing, but no tears. Faking tears is apparently very difficult. Other dry eye events for your consideration

Here’s some tips for future actors from the wicked book of knowledge

www.wikihow.com/Fake-Cry-in-Le…

More on the problem with crying:

www.denofgeek.com/movies/14261…

4: Crying
In his excellent bio/tute I’ll Be In My TrailerWargames and The Shield director John Badham discusses the thorny subject of being able to produce tears on demand:

“If you want to be an actor and you don’t have your emotions right at the surface, you may as well hang it up right now…I am not saying that if you cry at the drop of a hat or shriek at the sight of a bug you are a talented actor. It just means that you have some of the basic tools to become a good actor… if you see a crazy emotional sort of person come into an audition, don’t assume that a great actor is in your presence. They may just be neurotic.”

Yet being unable to cry on demand can prove a face-losing shame akin to impotence for actors, with glycerine or CGI tears the ‘cop out’ no ‘real’ actor should need to resort to. At least, many actors seem to feel this, based on their anecdotes.

Another director seeking web-advice over at dvxuser.com got – amongst others – these replies from peers when asking about the problem of getting an actor to cry:

“In soaps, they use what in Brazil we call ‘Chinese crystals’.”

“Slap Her/Him really hard.” (well it worked for Billy Friedkin on ‘The Exorcist’)

“Insulting an actor, or trying to hurt them emotionally to get the result of crying is a bad idea in most cases because that isn’t how actors are trained to work. Most times, that sort of approach will totally shut an actor down, if not cause them to leave the set entirely…You could still resort to using fake tears, but the problem with fake tears is that it’s usually just icing on a fake face. If your actor can’t get close to the emotion needed, having fake tears on their face won’t do much to bridge the gap.”

As far as I can tell, whether or not an actor’s approach into that painful emotional zone will work when the cameras roll is something of a crap-shoot. Usually, the director hasn’t got all day to wait for you to crumble.

On the other hand, you can get lucky. Though Jane Fonda’s excellent performance in Alan J. Pakula’s Klute (1971) deserved its Academy Award for more than one scene, her genuine (and rather snotty) crying jag in front of killer Charles Cioffi in the finale couldn’t have hurt her chances at the Oscars. Fonda was intending to play the part ‘scared’ – which is apposite for the scene set-up – but on listening to the tape of her on-screen friend being murdered, she reacted with waterworks instead…

Glen Beck uses “vicks” to cry.

(h/t Jan Erik for last video)

One of my favorite Hollywood cryers (advance to 1:20)

More tips for actors:

 

 

Crooked then straight

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Tim Bosma photo anomalies. First the picture is straight with flash lines of some sort bosma straight   Missing southern Ontario man found dead | 660News Then the picture in the background is straight. bosma crooked Police may have found pickup belonging to Hamilton man who disappeared during test drive h/t Banazir

Tim Bosma hoax stats

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You can see I’m not the only one wondering if this is a real story. In the last 24 hours, most of this blog’s visitors are wondering the same thing.

The latest story about a body being found “burned beyond recognition” is no surprise. It really doesn’t explain any of the anomalies in the story.

A story that was on the radio today and unverifiable on the net is that the Hamilton Police service were going to conduct the investigation at ALL the different crime scenes in the province “to save money”. I can’t find it right now but if you have a link or screenshot (a must during the constant revisions of the story online) please email me at ab AT abirato.info