Boston Hoax Moulage Moles Detected
Including new revelation of the detection of paint-brush props being used to apply the moulage and spread the fake blood. Great clip, credit to LeDebunkit.
Regarding the fake bombing at the Boston Marathon most of the prop devices and kits were kept from easy view. However, in this post one device is detected: a kind of paint or moulage brush. Other screenshots are being sought of additional props and devices used to create the appearance of fake injuries.
Note: we don’t have any way to confirm who played Jeff Bauman (no evidence for Nick Vogt) but the rest of what is said in this post is fully confirmed.
Important: all the moulage material can be seen here on the Ben Nye link, including the charcoal and dust used at both sites:
Could it get any phonier than this?
It is well-known that the lady in pink is a moulage mole. It is also known that the peach lady is a scissors and fake blood-spreading mole. Yet, what about the lady in black with the dark sunglasses, who is pictured with the two scissors moles? Who is she, and what was her role? Moreover, what about the man in the blue sports-like shirt? What was he doing looming over the fake victims?
Here she is walking just behind the two scissors moles. Note the Jeff Bauman non-bloodied fake gore stump in the background. Surely, she had a major role to play, as she was with some of the key operatives.
The control center for the moulage scheme did not only include the Marathon Sports center: it also included the de-windowed LensCrafters building itself. Note the hard edges of the glass. That glass was busted out by force from the inside, not the result of a smoke bomb blast. The LensCrafters logo was also busted by hand, likely from an operative perpetrating it with a long instrument., simply smashing up the log for effect.
Extensive staging is in progress at this moment: lookout and co-staging operatives look on from above. Seem to be hooded for disguise.
These hooded moles are a necessary component. After all, this was the big moment when the death of Krystle Campbell was being faked. Signals were sent on-high with raised hands, and just as the moulage moles were completing their work the fake paramedic was brought in for the shoot. Moreover, anyone can see she wouldn’t know how to dress a wound or deal with a medical emergency if her life depended on it; she’s just there to take orders for a paycheck:
Now, here is the screenshot which shows the moulage operatives clandestinely doing their work. Arrendondo and fake policeman act as a blockade; other moles of all types are circling the area:
Suddenly, during the staging there is a new element, which comes into screen. From left screen someone strides in quickly, wearing black, with what appears to be a moulage brush.
The bristles swing forward with the action of the force of movement; metal or aluminum edging seemingly visible. Edge of pink mole’s shoulder visible in the screenshot above, pink vest, black undershirt. Brush is heading directly at her proximity. A few seconds later the pink mole is seen bending over the crisis actor in question, working on him. It will be shown later who this person likely is.
Another view for purposes of evidence showing that the pink moulage operative is working in direct proximity to the various crisis actors on the ground. This is also the area housing Krystle Campbell and Karen Rand. Note also the moulage operative in yellow, on the ground, signaling someone. Fake EMT is now giving the carotid check for the cameras in order to substantiate the faking of the death.
Pink mole arises quickly after possibly receiving the moulage brush. Retains something in her hand, seemingly curled up or pressed together; red in color.
Now, below, she is now fully upright. The signal is given. Are the other moles hiding out in the upstairs of the LensCrafters building, perhaps, signal moles? Were they also the glass breaking operatives? Furthermore, note the hard edges of that glass and the triangular residue in the rubberized edge. That glass was busted out, not blown out.
Numerous moles on the move, those perpetrating moulage including the pink lady and the man in the blue and yellow sports jacket.
Was the moulage brush merely thrown to the ground, or was it clandestinely placed in the fake blood storage purse? Note the child being toted around as a mere prop: cruel and fanatical, they truly are zealots. Fake paramedic still doing the photo shoot of the fake carotid artery check on the fully alive Krystle Campbell (or whoever she is). Object of moulage is on the ground and is hidden to a degree by the detonation of mini-smoke bombs, Hollywood-style.
More moles on the move in the background. Will they be depositing additional fake blood? Yet, look front and center. Remember the woman in black with the dark sunglasses accompanying the scissors moles? Here she is again with her turtle neck-like outfit, working the scene. Clearly, she is in direct communication with the woman in pink. Furthermore, what is she holding in her right hand? Was she the one who delivered the moulage brush?
It could well be yet another Ziploc bag, which is being discarded on her back-side, but the images are surely poor in resolution, difficult to confirm. Note, though, the packet of fake blood visible in her jacket pocket.
It seems to have a line of red or fake blood at its base. The two are interacting. Did she discard it, or is she handing it over to the pink mole?
Pink mole moves on. However, clearly, now, she has something in her right hand. In fact, it is a Ziploc bag with residual fake blood inside. Did the two do a transfer?
The number of moles, here, is legion, including that high level one, Richard Serino himself. They are presiding over the fake injured and deceased, including Krystle Campbell and Karen Rand as well as the man with the ghoulish-appearing left leg.
The angle of the director in red’s view places him looking directly at the area of the broken-out glass. Notice, too, an individual behind the existing glass pane of the building; there are reflections, surely, but that vague image appears to be physically behind the glass.
Another view of the angle of the view of this director:
Have no doubt about it the woman in pink is always in the thick of this charade, commiting great acts of deception:
Director still looking for guidance from the operatives above, again, looking in the break-out area.
That chief mole, Richard Serino, is in the thick of this hoax:
Fellow collaborator in black is the one scene acting out fake care with a woman against the wooden fence, the one likely put in place for Marathon as a prop for this event. That man in black is one of Serino’s key cohorts.
For those who doubt this is a fake Serino himself left the trail of evidence, discovered on the Internet, which is his own PowerPoint presentation preempting the scam:
Here he is again, coordinating that great lie of the death of Krystle Campbell. Then, too, he is in collaboration with the pink mole, who is now attempting her escape with the evidence:
The shoot now over, the fake paramedic rising up on cue, pink woman disposes of the fake blood container by simply dropping it on the ground:
This appears to be a full packet of fake blood with a white Ziploc edge being transported by the man just off screen. Cameraman mole also appears to have such a packet wedged between his left arm and left side.
Two more key operatives, the man in the yellow shirt, who will transport Campbell on the gurney, and Serino’s fellow actor mole, who was faking care of a woman on the pavement near the black pole fence.
Some of the key operatives, Richard Serino, once again stepping over his actor’s bodies, the camera-man fraudster in front of him, the woman in tourqoise fraudster who put her child into the scam, faking grief and shock, the pink mole, the blue & yellow prop-meister, the fake paramedic, and more.
All such people must be identified and ultimately prosecuted for high crimes against humanity.