Interesting find. You could argue, however, that he was just standing there facing the McD entrance and due to his dark clothes and the video compression he blended with the background.CluedIn » July 23rd, 2016, 12:49 am wrote:This video of the Munich gunman, is being pushed pretty hard. I have watched it at least 50 times and this one shows the best view at the 3 second mark where the gunman just appears to be coming out of the green garbage can.
What I find interesting about this are three points:
1. The zoom in. As in many other instances we saw before, also this cameraman miraculously zooms in just at the right time. What was he filming there anyway and why? Was the gunman already there, shooting before and the cameraman was hoping to catch another round? Why then did he run for the hills when he fired (again)?
2. On German TV they showed an interview with a witness several times (might be available somewhere but I'm too lazy to search for it right now ) who claimed that she was just inside the McD waiting in line when she heard three shots - bang bang bang. The personnel was the first to run for it then everyone else followed, children were screaming and everything went chaos. But nobody saw anything and the shots were neither inside the restaurant nor outside (else everyone would have run into the arms of the shooter), but rather, as she claimed, on the upper floor near the Douglas shop. I can't get this testimony to add up with the now official accounts and this video
3. Why was the gunman not able to hit anyone at this short range?