wtc-wtf wrote:Here is another example of these flashes.
icarusinbound wrote:^agree 100% superb analysis. I also wonder if 'flash' images taken through the incomplete glass screen should look the same as those unimpeded ones taken to the side? Also, would the glass screen not present a flash-back anti-photographic effect to those taking shots from that angle? Note also the contemporary psychology in the whole overall composition of this image...all pictures "have to be taken from behind", Brevick is separated from the victim parents and witnesses, but intimately viewable by you, the gullible and entrusted viewer/consumer. That essential imagery validation element, images of people filming and photographing 'images' puts you in the suggestible state of undeniable acceptance of the core veracity of the synthetic focus of attention.
Great work Kentrailer. What do we make of the canary-yellow simulant in centre screen, with sunglasses upon a yellow beanie-hat? I noted the immovable spectator comments earlier, and Simon's poltergeist chair-back... this court case, for both prosecution and defence, is looking like it could fall apart quite soon...a pity that there's no true higher court within which this whole charade can be taken to trial
Re: OSLO and UTØYA, 7/22 2011
by Kentrailer on April 23rd, 2012, 7:00 am
That seems to happen in some videos which should be legit. But flashes never look exactly the same.
An example of that "flicker effect" showing up "naturally" in a video:
"Geir Lippestad har tidligere forsvart Ole Nicolai Kvisler, som ble dømt til 17 års fengsel for drapet på Benjamin Hermansen i 2002."
Pop singer Michael Jackson dedicated his 2001 album Invincible to Benjamin Hermansen (and also to his own parents and grandmother). The reason for this has partly to do with the fact that the Holmlia boy Omer Bhatti and Jackson were close friends, and Bhatti was at the same time a good friend of Benjamin Hermansen. On the album cover, next to the image of a rose, it reads:
Michael Jackson gives "special thanks": «This album is dedicated to Benjamin ‘Benny’ Hermansen. May we continue to remember not to judge man by the color of his skin, but the content of his Character. Benjamin … we love you … may you rest in peace.»
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_ ... _Hermansen
In 2002, the Norwegian ethno-nationalist Ole Nicolai Kvisler was found guilty of the murder of the "Afro-Norwegian" teenager Benjamin Hermansen. The murder triggered off a tsunami of intense, anti-racist hysteria among the Norwegian establishment, including the Royal family (protest marches, torchlight processions, media penitential exercises, soul-searching, moral panic attacks and national self-scrutiny).
The former resistance fighter and Supreme Court advocate Erik Gjems-Onstad - one of four executors of a will, responsible for dividing up an inheritance of the late Clara Weltzin (Oslo) - has now decided to donate 250.000 NOK (approx. USD 50.000) to Kvisler, 50.000 NOK to the Norwegian national socialist Odinist Tore Tvedt, and 500.000 NOK to the Norwegian anti-immigrationist party NorgesPatriotene.
Clara Weltzin had no lawful heirs, and made Norwegian anti-immigrationists beneficiaries of the will, approx. 2.7 million NOK (ca. USD 550.000).
http://www.aftenposten.no/nyheter/iriks ... 5VsA9kmySo
simonshack wrote:I had to laugh once again when reading Breivik's main lawyer's (Geir Lippestad) ...uhm..."credentials". Or I should say "credential" - since it is all summed up in one single phrase! (in above-linked page)
icarusinbound wrote:Even allowing for the lack of focus in the lower picture, and of course the bizarre change in layout, isn't there something weird going on to the right of the wall area as far as regards dimensions?
Extremophile wrote:These are old cctv clips (from http://www.abcnyheter.no/nyheter/110916/breivik-captured-10-cctv-cameras , dated september 16th 2011):
But these are new (from http://www.abcnyheter.no/nyheter/2012/04/24/ekspert-bomben-tilsvarte-rundt-et-halvt-tonn-tnt , dated april 24th 2012):
The left, more interesting images are cropped unfortunately
Note: @ 15:17:09 the person leaves the stretched van and @ 15:27:02 it explodes. So the clock on the timer device was set to -10 minutes apparently(?)
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