Brindisi school bomb, 19 May 2012

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by Maat » Mon May 21, 2012 11:25 am

nonhocapito wrote:So, there in the unreal world of media, TGCom.it (Berlusconi's news outlet) is publishing pictures of Melissa Bassi's own room -- and videos of her as a child.

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Melissa Bassi's bed. From http://www.tgcom24.mediaset.it/cronaca/ ... tml?foto=1

Video with a few clips of Melissa as a child: http://www.video.mediaset.it/video/tgco ... mbina.html

How can this be happening in reality? Grief-stricken parents who allow journalists into the room (the sacred, impenetrable room at this point, one can imagine) of their only child, murdered the day before? Who give away videos of her as a child, images that a real parent, I imagine, would take a lot of courage even to watch? :puke: :lol:
(Remember we have seen similar obscenities only recently with the Toulouse rampage, that also happened on a 19th).

One of the clips (yeah the thing's about to blink. Wait for it...):

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And a "photo" taken on the same event:

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From http://www.tgcom24.mediaset.it/cronaca/ ... tml?foto=5

Whew! It is not reality! :P

[EDIT: note how even the picture of Melissa as a child appears in fotoforensics as an almost entirely black field of pixels, I assume like raw pictures would do. My impression is that the forgers obviously are adopting some trick to cover up the forensic traces left by photoshop. I think that these pictures, scanned reduced and cropped, edited and reposted by every entity that handled them, should NOT appear like that in fotoforensics even if they were legit.]
Wow! It's absolutely unbelievable how shoddy this one is! :o Another little "angel" a la Christina Green, huh :rolleyes: Quite blatantly blurred all surrounding figures in that little video of 'her' too, no reason to if it were real <_<

Actually, according to the fotoforensics tutorial the more an image is saved & re-saved causes the ELA to show darker & darker — so a virtually black field would seem to confirm just how faked they are! :blink:

The names are so contrived; Melissa Bassi (honey, low?), and Selena Greco (Greek moon?)

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by Makkonen » Mon May 21, 2012 11:34 am

simonshack wrote:This affair is quickly turning into yet another outrageous, grotesquely concocted psyop-farce. :angry:

TWO IMAGES RELEASED BY THE MEDIA OF THE TERRORIST WHO PLACED THE EXPLOSIVES:

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...allegedly captured by a CCTV camera "placed on a kiosk which sells drinks, sandwiches and newspapers, in front of the school"...
Missing at least a hand and a portion of the other leg, but eh, must be one of those pesky video compression issues... ;)

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by nonhocapito » Mon May 21, 2012 11:54 am

Maat wrote:Actually, according to the fotoforensics tutorial the more an image is saved & re-saved causes the ELA to show darker & darker — so a virtually black field would seem to confirm just how faked they are! :blink:
You're right Maat, I am still confused about this forensic thing apparently. :rolleyes:
Better leave it aside I guess, especially in this case considering that the photoshop/manipulation job is so blatant it speaks for itself.

About the name... "Melissa" is the known herbaceous plant but more interestingly I read that as a name of greek origin "Melissa" means "she who gives honey" in other words "bee". And like you said "Bassi" is a quite common italian surname that means "low" (plural masculine). I don't know what to make of all this! But the greek theme seems to be present in some of the names related to this story. Gee, I wonder why. :P

...meanwhile, another supposedly grief-stricken "person", Melissa's boyfriend (she was 16 but whatever), found the time, two days after the tragedy to write a message on a bed sheet and show it to journalists. WHO WRITES THIS CRAP?!

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From http://www.corriere.it/Primo_Piano/Cron ... ggio.shtml

"With you I had found peace and serenity,
which vanished at the first step of an immense ladder called life!
FAREWELL MY LOVE!
I'm leaving you among the angels now.
Your pet."

:wacko:

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by brianv » Mon May 21, 2012 12:13 pm

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Photographed against the backdrop of a stinking back-alley? Oh yeah!

I was wondering how long the "angels" would take! And I'm reminded of or old pal Ozzy's cusint who must be well on the way to sainthood by this stage.

Oh yes, and those names...

Serena
Melissa
Sabrina - Little Sword? Gladio?
Veronica
Andrea
Angela
...
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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by nonhocapito » Mon May 21, 2012 12:30 pm

...and this would be Melissa's desk at school:

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From http://bari.repubblica.it/cronaca/2012/ ... ef=HRER3-1

"Ciao Melissa you're always be in the memories of those who loved you. Ciao small angel smile of [unintelligible]".

I mean I can see the flowers, but I don't even understand why there should be a teddy bear on her desk, nor why it should have a message on it. <_< Still, I found it interesting that the teddy seems to be of the same ugly brand/make/style of the two teddy bears sitting on Melissa's bed:

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I guess they bought the props in stock...

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by simonshack » Mon May 21, 2012 12:33 pm

nonhocapito wrote: About the name... "Melissa" is the known herbaceous plant but more interestingly I read that as a name of greek origin "Melissa" means "she who gives honey" in other words "bee". And like you said "Bassi" is a quite common italian surname that means "low" (plural masculine). I don't know what to make of all this! But the greek theme seems to be present in some of the names related to this story. Gee, I wonder why. :P
Also - regarding VERONICA CAPODIECI ( the wounded girl "who lost a lung", whom Nonho interestingly suspects to be the 'real' Melissa Bassi). I personally suspect we will see plenty of news media interviews of "lucky-survivor-Veronica" very soon...
VERONICA \v(e)-roni-ca, ver(o)-nica\ as a girl's name is pronounced ver-RON-ni-kah. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Veronica is "true image". :rolleyes: (...)
http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Veronica
CAPODIECI: Capodieci ha un ceppo nel brindisino a Mesagne, Latiano, Cellino San Marco e Brindisi, ed a Trepuzzi nel leccese, ed un ceppo siciliano a Siracusa, dovrebbe derivare dal termine medioevale capodieci, una sorta di comandante di un gruppo di armati volontari, che si organizzavano spontaneamente in armata per combattere un'invasione, spesso saracena.
http://www.cognomiitaliani.org/cognomi/ ... 003cap.htm
From Wickedpedia:
By the 12th century, "Saracen" had become synonymous with "Muslim" in Medieval Latin literature.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saracen

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by nonhocapito » Mon May 21, 2012 12:39 pm

simonshack wrote:Also - regarding VERONICA CAPODIECI ( the wounded girl "who lost a lung", whom Nonho interestingly suspects to be the 'real' Melissa Bassi). I personally suspect we will see plenty of news media interviews of "lucky-survivor-Veronica" very soon...
I agree but... it was not me who suspected Veronica to be Melissa, Simon. Where did you read it? :blink: As a matter of fact I suspect neither of them exist! :lol:

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by nonhocapito » Mon May 21, 2012 12:57 pm

brianv wrote:I was wondering how long the "angels" would take!
We are told that the dean of Melissa's school is one "Angelo Rampino" ("Rampino" means "hook"). http://bari.repubblica.it/cronaca/2012/ ... index.html <_<

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by simonshack » Mon May 21, 2012 1:38 pm

nonhocapito wrote: Melissa Bassi seems to be a fake entity and so must be Capodieci.
Haha...

Nonho, this shows how English syntax can sometimes be tricky. I now understand you meant to write:

"Melissa Bassi seems to be a fake entity and, likewise, Capodieci must be."

But the way you phrased it, it seems you meant that "Melissa seems to be a fake identity and so, she must be Capodieci (in reality).

However, let's just wait and see: if survivor Veronica appears on all sorts of TV shows (mingling with Italian TV personalities and whatnot) in the next few days/weeks, we may assume that we have a flesh-and-blood actress cast in the 'Veronica Capodieci' role. Agreed?

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by nonhocapito » Mon May 21, 2012 1:58 pm

simonshack wrote:However, let's just wait and see: if survivor Veronica appears on all sorts of TV shows in the next few days/weeks, we may assume that we have a flesh-and-blood actress cast in the 'Veronica Capodieci' role. Agreed?
Absolutely. A very likely possibility: an actress/agent could drag such a propaganda character for years or decades... in timed TV appearances and all through the phony trials and more (see Gabby Giffords). Ugh.

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by nonhocapito » Mon May 21, 2012 10:43 pm

PM Mario Monti at the funeral of "Melissa Bassi":

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From http://www.ilgiornale.it/cronache/mesag ... comments=1

I mean, ain't it fantastic how for the funeral they used one of the photos that Melissa uploaded to facebook?
Her parents allowed journalists into Melissa's room, gave them her childhood movies, and yet could not provide a special picture for the funeral? :lol: (And why would they need to post a picture of her in front of the church anyway? :blink: )

This is the alleged father of Melissa, making his entrance during the funeral. In all fairness, the picture he is holding might not be one of the pics from facebook & newsmedia:

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From http://affaritaliani.libero.it/puglia/m ... 10512.html

But, would you go to the funeral of a loved one, a daughter, holding a picture of her? WHY?

Here is a close up of the father:

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From http://qn.quotidiano.net/cronaca/2012/0 ... dale.shtml

(I am probably wrong, but it feels like I have seen this face already in one or the other of the many psyops involving grieving relatives we faced over the years... yet I can't put my finger on it.)

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by simonshack » Mon May 21, 2012 11:47 pm

nonhocapito wrote:
But, would you go to the funeral of a loved one, a daughter, holding a picture of her? WHY?

Oh. come on now Nonho! Don't you know this is common practice today? To carry framed pictures of dead relatives at funerals? :lol: :rolleyes:

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"Tamta Liparteliani - victim of Breivik's mad rampage"
http://www.commercialappeal.com/photos/ ... 06/236131/

That's just the way they do it nowadays - all over the world ! ... :P

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by simonshack » Tue May 22, 2012 12:11 am

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But the latest news are now that VERONICA CAPODIECI (the surviving friend of Melissa - who lost a lung) is getting better:

http://www.girlpower.it/foto_gallery/va ... i-oggi.php

And we now have a BRAND NEW IMAGE of Veronica!
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Here's the FIRST IMAGE of Veronica published by the media - on the very same day of the event (May 19. 2012):
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http://cronacaeattualita.blogosfere.it/ ... ndisi.html

Here's VERONICA on a Fakebook page:
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https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? ... 1676884552

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On this Fakebook page titled : "Melissa. an angel that flies away" - we have another picture of VERONICA:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Melissa- ... 1692870982

"Lei è Veronica Capodieci l'altra studentessa colpita nell'attentato a Brindisi, le sue condizioni sono molto gravi ma stabili.
Forza Veronica devi farcela!" Siamo tutti con te"
..........................................................................V..............................................
"VERONICA CAPODIECI"(the survivor):
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"MELISSA BASSI" (the alleged dead girl):

http://www.corriereweb.net/index.php?vi ... 53#joomimg
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Are you adequately confused yet? Fantastico! :rolleyes:

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by AmongTheThugs » Tue May 22, 2012 12:41 am

I scrolled down on the photo of the grieving dad so you could just see his face and asked my wife who she thought it looked like. Her answer was the same as mine: Tony Soprano.

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Re: Brindisi "mafia" school bomb

Unread post by simonshack » Tue May 22, 2012 1:27 am

AmongTheThugs wrote: I scrolled down on the photo of the grieving dad so you could just see his face and asked my wife who she thought it looked like. Her answer was the same as mine: Tony Soprano.
Lol! :lol:
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