The obvious discrepancies in "eyewitness" stories continues.
Take Australian 'victim' Emma Parkinson, who first told everyone that she was waiting "outside" the Baraclan concert venue at the time of the shooting and was 'lucky she wasn't inside' -
Australian Ambassador Stephen Brady praised the dignity and self-composure of the young Hobart woman.
He said Ms Parkinson, who was lining up outside at the time of the attack, was very fortunate she wasn't killed or more seriously injured.
Mr Brady was at Ms Parkinson's bedside after her surgery and promptly arranged the first phone call from her mother in Australia.
The 19-year-old Australian told friends she was 'lucky she wasn't inside'.
Earlier, Mrs Gunner said the 'courageous' linguistics student had been shot several times.
The Tasmanian teenager made a desperate phone call to her friend, Kate Rees, 22, after the attack and said she 'just needed to talk to her mum'.
Ms Parkinson had only moved to France the week before the attacks and had just accepted a position as a tutor in Paris.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... Paris.html
Strange that Emma was waiting to go into the venue when the English witness Hannah Corbett stated in an ABC interview video that the concert was nearly over at the time of the shooting!
Then strangely Emma changed her story again - Now she is inside the concert hall dancing at the front of the stage!!
Ms Parkinson, from Hobart, was at the Eagles of Death Metal concert and had been dancing just metres from the front of the stage with friends when the shootings began.
"I thought someone had fireworks. You know like just little fireworks that you buy at the supermarket. I remember thinking what an idiot. Who does that at a concert?"
According to Channel Nine reporter Ross Coulthart, who interviewed the 19-year-old in Paris last week, the teenager then realised "in a second" that people were shooting at them.
After falling to the floor for several seconds, Ms Parkinson pulled herself back up and gambled on making it out of the concert hall, via a nearby barrier, where she was hit by a bullet that passed clean through her thigh.
"It just sort of came through my head, OK, I've been shot, did it hit anything important? Probably not. Gotta keep going, gotta keep going
http://www.smh.com.au/national/australi ... l4kcm.html
Not sure if it was a bullet or a thought that came through her head.