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If you were to look at a handbook titled “How to ID a False-Flag Event?” there would be a list of criteria, hallmarks so to speak, to look out for. As a matter of fact I just so happened to have written such a guide myself a few years ago, it can be found here.
Please key-word search the lengthy article to the sub heading “A Changing Story” and you will find one criteria that is already sending up a red flag regarding the horrible event in Charleston NC, where at least 9 black church goers were killed allegedly by a young white racist.
The following was reported by the NY Times shortly after the initial event…
“Around 10:45 p.m., police officers at the scene drew their weapons and
later escorted a man in handcuffs, who appeared to match that
description. But officials said later that they were still searching for the gunman.”
Now on its own this doesn’t prove anything. The concern is what happens when I try to find more information on this now… The quote shows up easily word for word in a Google search not only in the NY Times piece but in some other media that have re-posted the quote. What’s disturbing is if you click on the original article at the Times website, posted around midnight shortly after the shooting, the quote is now missing from the story. Actually it appears to just go to a different story altogether, more in line with the current official narrative. Here is the link as shown on Google…
The purple link at the bottom is to the original story, it no longer works. It’s hazy but you can see the texts if you look closely.
A glitch in the Interweb or was it intentionally flushed down the memory hole? Please comment, especially with any information that may help solve this puzzle. It should be noted there was a similar such scenario regarding a mystery arrest after the Sandy Hook shooting.