Was Tempera Paint Poured Under Krystle Campbell’s Leg?
At this site of the Boston Hoax having the DHS red-badged man in camo pants, another DHS mole in black, badge color not visible, plus the ever-fabricating anarchist, Carlos Arrendondo in the same frame is surely cause for great suspicion, let alone the mention of the lady in pink. What is real and what is fake must always be the question when the great fabricators in the media offer pictures such as those provided, here, for public consumption.
It would appear that lay people are helping the public. People appear to be seriously if not mortally wounded. Yet, does this hold up under closer inspection? It is, for instance, said that three people died on this day at the Boston Marathon, including a woman named Lingz Lu, a child, Martin Richards, and a young woman, Krystle Campbell. In all the photos from the first dust bomb scene, the one in front of the LensCrafter’s building, two of these individuals, Lu and the Martin boy, are not to be found. Thus, it can be said definitively that they were not there; in other words, they could not have died at this site.
However, Krystle Campbell was there or at least images of her were seen. Whether she was photographed on site independently, that is by overhead camera or CCTV prior to the bombing, has not yet been determined, at least such photos have not been seen for review, here. Even so, there are plenty of images from still photos and CCTV after the blast.
One thing that is noted is the lack of blood directly associated with wounds. There is also the most unusual observation of non-medical people caring for the fallen and wounded instead of trained medical personnel in an environment, the Marathon, well-staffed with all varieties of medically trained individuals conceivable.
So, let’s review these photos to see if they are real or fake, with plenty of cause to suspect the official claims. Starting with the black purse. It has no blood on it. What is seeping from its edges? It’s violet-red in color:
It would appear that the Ziploc bags full of fake blood are leaking, right through the leather. Turned right side up.
It is likely liquid fake blood and it is leaking and seeping right through the leather, arising from stress plastic bags. Here is a close-up of the purple rectangular matter coming out through the side. It’s the same color as the fake blood found in Ziploc bags throughout the hoax scenes. It’s also the same color as the leak-through in the purse. Regardless, this leakage through the purse is a major issue. It proves that this hoax was a well-orchestrated (perhaps not so well) premeditated plot.
Back to Krystle Campbell. Is there any evidence of the application of fake blood around her ? With it being used elsewhere in the fake disaster zone it is the suspicion until proven otherwise. In the photo, below, there is bright red material found on the ground, on clothing, and to a degree on the flesh. None of it looks like real blood:
This is real, above. The rest is fake.
No natural blood drizzle or gravity-based patterns seen anywhere.
Another view which takes into account all the red and purple in the scene, one of supposed carnage and loss of limbs with resultant arterial spurting:
There is no real blood in this scene, which is obvious upon careful inspection. The woman above her, Karen Rand, has already been demonstrated to have rubbed fake blood on her thigh. Is there any real natural flow from the wounds, or does it appear more like it was dumped there? Perhaps it was dumped. There is a craft-like paint bottle seen in the frame above, riding a piece of wooden slating. Inside the bottle there is a residue of red material, two different spots of such residue.
It appears that a kind of red paint, the kind anyone could purchase at a craft store, has been dumped in her direction. It has apparently saturated the ground. Look at what happened. It is as if it has poured directly from the mouth of the bottle.
There is some evidence for this. Look at the area of the liquid, drawing the eyes upward. The fluid drawing power of the shreds of cloth jeans is drawing the liquid upward.
Another look at the bottle. It is not a water bottle:
It is tempura paint or a facimile thereof:
Real blood versus an enlargement of the matter found on the pavement: