This evening, I’ve been investigating the video of the London attacks and comparing it to the video showing “no blood” to determine if either one is genuine. So far, I’m split down the middle and leaning towards the possibility that both are alterations of the originals put out in order to get people arguing over which video is genuine. But as I searched for better quality videos, I came across a new angle of the shoot out. If my analysis is correct then this completely blows away the official story and proves that this event was a false flag at best or sinister hoax at worst.
As I watched the video over and over, one thing kept going through my mind: Why do these guys seem so “bulky”?? There is a huge emphasis from all sides (the governments and the debunkers) to keep you focused on their hands (and they’ve done a damn good job of it because I haven’t seen anyone talking about this). In this new video I noticed that the second attacker, Michael Adebowale ( the one you don’t see much of who also seems to be “handled” by Layoua Kennet) seems to be wearing body armor. This would explain why they seem so bulky and move around so awkwardly.
If the attackers are indeed wearing body armor, then they obviously planned to leave the scene alive. We’ve discussed on the Truth Frequency radio show how the attacker from the “blood-stained hands” video, Michael Adebolajo, drops his knife before approaching police and how the entire scene seems contrived. But why would they have the need to wear body armor?
My analysis for the time being is that the police did not use blanks as some believe, but rather, rubber bullets. Rubber bullets cause a significant amount of damage and pain, despite their non-lethal nature. But even if this event actually took place and the police used real bullets, that explains why they were each able to sustain between four and six shots per person and still be alive in the hospital. So whether you want to take a stroll down conspiracy lane with me or if you just want a view from afar, the use of body armor makes sense in either scenario.