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Monday, March 17, 2014

Haughey helicopter crash media fakery. Why?

COMMENT BELOW - it's foreshortening caused by telephoto lens. 

TAP - what I noticed was the initial reports saying the wreckage was spread out over a wide area.

Dear Sir / Madam,
with regard to the images you recently published of the crash site of the Edward Haughey helicopter.  The images published in the Daily Mail appear to have been doctored as does an image published in the Manchester Evening News.

The nearest real buildings to the crash site are several hundred yards away and probably not in line of sight

For example some of the DM footage has a brick built structure pasted ? into the background behind the helicopter and some does not (video).  

The MEN image appears to be a cut and past job inserting telegraph poles and houses into a false background behind the field boundary rhs. 

This would imply that someone in the chain has something to hide or a desire to confuse the public.   Motive ?

I detail some of the issues and inconsistencies at this link.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

A careful examination of the pictures will show there are buildings, they appear close because of something called foreshortening, when using a very long lens. No fakery.

Anonymous said...

Could we have a second opinion to Anon 6:28pm.

Anonymous said...

I agree with 6.28pm comment. Some of the camera angles are very close but NOT the same, and with the distances involved (particularly between the subject and the background), you get a different distant background. The building with the solar panels is to the left and behind trees in the MEN photo. Anyone suggesting there is some subterfuge here or image editing needs to be aware of the libel laws.

Nollidge said...

In the 60's there was a BBC programme called "All Our Yesterdays"featuring,mostly,newsreel film from WW 2.In one film clip,we saw a British ship,in the Channel,being shelled from France by the Germans.The commentator pointed out that the shells seemed to be landing closer to ship than they actually did because of "the foreshortening effect of the long-range camera".

sovereigntea said...

@11:05 am "The building with the solar panels is to the left and behind trees in the MEN photo"

That will be the building that does not exist on the overhead google imagery and that there is no trace of in the background or published aerial photo of the scene.

https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=Beccles&ll=52.480559,1.546326&spn=0.007057,0.015149&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&channel=sb&hnear=Beccles,+Suffolk,+United+Kingdom&t=h&z=16

Anonymous said...

well spotted ....Thanks ...ya right!!

Anonymous said...

sovereigntea
If you check Google Earth you will see that building is in the background! so is the white one. Just have a look but more carefully!
As I said its just the foreshortening effect of a very long lens.

sovereigntea said...

Nope the one with the solar panels its not there at all nada. Perhaps you would care to point its exact location out and enlighten us all.

Anonymous said...

ulster home to kincora, tara, sas death squads, british intel psyops. someone steeped in the murky world of irish and british politics dies in a helicopter crash - does anyone in their right mind really think this was an 'accident'?

Anonymous said...

sovereigntea said
Sorry it is there! go on google maps, place the little man on Rectory Road just after the third tree from Raveningham Rd and look towards the buildings north. Then zoom in! You will see both buildings!!
If this is beyond you then you need to be quiet, IT'S NOT FAKE!!!