One thing that has puzzled me from the start is, in this day and age, the virtual complete absence of phone or any other camera images. So this is of interest.
The Daily Mirror in the U.K. is out with an interview with a witness of interest. All the U.K. rags are suspect and involved in the Crime Syndicate and thus can spew out misinformation to get hoax-versus-false-flag camps and theorists to go at it. Could easily be fraudulent, but let’s hear about this curious account.
No attempt at concealment but instead the attackers spend time dealing with onlooking cameras during a suicide mission? If anything, camera footage would have propaganda value for terrorist. Is this the same “ISIS” that allegedly puts together elaborate hide-your-women-and-children boogeymen video productions showing how scary they are? But no, we can’t have anybody filming this, might be bad PR. What’s the point of terror without well, films of terror? Ludicrous.
Once again, where are the cell-phone videos, where is the corroborating closed-circuit TV footage? We have eight dead terrorists. Do any fit the description? This storytelling is breaking down under the weight of logic.
The witness Mahoud Admo was present at Le Belle Equipe shooting. He stated,
“I was just in my room and had the window open on to the street below. At about 9.30pm a new looking black Mercedes pulled up outside with dark tinted windows at the back and the passenger and driver windows down. I could clearly see the passenger’s face as he was not wearing a hat or mask. “As soon as the car stopped he quietly opened the door and got out in front of the restaurant. That is when I saw he was holding a machine gun that was resting on his hip. I could not take in what I was witnessing. “People outside spotted the shooter approaching with his gun and tried to run inside but he shot them down in the doorway.
Note: I find this attention to cameras fishy given there was no attempt at concealment otherwise.
“Then people inside moved forward to see what was happening and he sprayed more bullets into them. I was trying to catch them on my camera phone but the gunman saw the light on my mobile and I ducked down behind the wall as they fired at my hotel. He then shot up at the windows in the street to make sure nobody was filming anything or taking photographs. It lasted over six minutes. “He fired lots of bullets. He was white, clean shaven and had dark hair neatly trimmed. He was dressed all in black accept for a red scarf.
“The shooter was aged about 35 and had an extremely muscular build, which you could tell from the size of his arms. He looked like a weightlifter. He was not wearing gloves and his face was expressionless as he walked towards the bar.
“The driver had opened his door shortly before the shooting began and stood up with his arm and a machine gun rested on the roof of the car. He stood there with his foot up in the door acting as a lookout. “I would describe him as tall, with dark hair and also quite muscular. “They looked like soldiers or mercenaries and carried the whole thing out like a military operation. It was clear that they were both very heavily armed and the gunman was carrying several magazines on him.
“They both then coolly sat back in the car and sped off in the direction of the Bataclan Theatre.”