MIT Hoax Uncovered: Richard Donahue Busted as a Total Fake
Note: Richard Donahue is a fraudster and a fake, who, like countless others, fabricated an injury – in this case a life-threatening one, that is a purported ruptured femoral artery. Nothing he says could be real. There can be no way he was shot through the femoral artery. He would have virtually died on the spot, and if he recovered, it would be slow, difficult, and agonizing. Also, there is a great deal of information demonstrating the fakery. Hopefully, more screenshots and other evidence will be added here or as a separate post as soon as possible.
If Richard Donahue is real, why is his photo, notably with supposed MIT shooting victim Sean Collier, faked? It is clearly fake make no mistake about it, as demonstrated by careful and close inspection.It would appear that both these individuals have been shopped into the frame.
Clearly, these men’s heads have been installed in the frame strictly through computer manipulation. This photo has that same contrived appearance seen in so many of the Sandy Hook photos made of virtual reality. Look carefully, though What is seen? There are cut lines on the right sides of each of the men’s heads, especially noticeable on Donahue’s right side. There is nothing normal, photographically, about such a line. The facial features are soft to such a degree that the use of the blur too is suspected. On the uniform of purportedly Collier are many anomalies; the white lines, especially the diagonal one, could be cut lines.
Notice, too, the window in the back with its supposedly metal security bars. That is a fixed feature. Yet, upon encroachment near Donahue’s face the bar disappears. Metal or wood slats cannot just disappear. That can’t be a reflection; the rest of the bars around him remain visible.
This is a fabricated identity and friendship: these men are not colleagues. Yet, can it be determined how this was done? Let’s isolate the area and take a more in-depth view of the background to see if there is evidence of manipulation:
Caption: sloppy Photoshop work, where iron bars or wooden slats were covered up by the paint or blur tool; there appears to be a triplicate defect, common residual of Photoshop, on the tip of Donahue’s hat visor.
It can be seen, clearly, that the hard fixture of presumably iron bars–or it could be wood but less likely–is missing. On right screen it appears that the color yellow could well have been added, likely with the paint tool, covering up the bar, the say being true on the bar to the left. Or, white: note the horizontal straight line over the green background . Note also the white, straight lines arising adjacent to Collier’s left side of face. This is evidence for the use of the blur tool, which effective covered up or blurred out the hard fixture. Reflection from the sun has been considered; however, again, this cannot account for the erasure of the bar next to Donahue’s face.
Another claw hand and more?
The soft features of the face are also indicative of Photoshop corruption. Furthermore, in a significant revelation a cut line appears to be visible running vertically at the level of Donahue’s right ear. There is no way, though, the fixed bars in the window could be missing or covered up with color. This alone proves the picture as fraudulent.
It’s a ghost, literally: yet another piece of unattached anatomy. Yet another cut line is evident, the white line arising at the at the man in the grey shirt’s neck, following down, then not as visible across the shopped-in hand, then, down the posterior aspect of the Donahue’s shirt. The hand is also clearly a phony put in Sandy Hook-style for that dear, close friend effect; the anatomically incorrect angle compared to its source also impossible. The anatomy of the wrist can be followed: it is obviously unattached. It is anatomically impossible for the hand to be at that angle and also be a part of Collier’s arm.
Finally, there are what appear to be residual cut-lines on the torso of purported Collier, the white showing through on his uniform, especially the diagonal lines following the edges of his uniform.
Cut and paste defects galore. Note for one how the hat is in far greater focus than the face, as is the uniform.
Caption: Cutting tool residual lines and bizarre triplicate pattern represented by three dots.
Is, then, anything about him real?
Yet another claw hand? Some mighty big knuckles. What happened to the finger-tips? They surely are not buried into the uniform. Therefore, this photo is fabricated.
And another corrupt hand?
This is clearly a corruption; there is no way this is a normal hand. It is a combination of hook and claw, with the appearance more of a garden tool that a hand; clearly this was painted in by Photoshop. Note also he residual cut line in white following the edge of his uniform. Note also the soft appearance of her hair and face, the varigation of color of the hair, as if i was cut and pasted in. It can also be seen that there is a scooped out appearance of the left side of he hair, a hard edge: from the use of the blur tool.
There is also this: ignore the dark line going across from the CBS banner (which crosses some of their neck lines); the flag banner appears bizarre: the photo is suspect.
The entire identity of this individual as a Transportation Security Officer is now suspect.
A fake to the most extreme degree Richard Donahue has told nothing but great lies about his involvement or role in the Boston Marathon hoax. He was not involved in any dangerous event. Nor was he hurt. Moreover, making the incredible claim of being shot in the femoral artery, now, he has the appearance as if he had not even endured a mere scratch. A blown-out femoral artery is a catastrophic injury. Through his words and behavior, clearly, this was an impossibility.
Miller: Did you have any idea that you were looking for the Boston Marathon bomber?
Donahue: From what I’ve been told at first it was no. This just appeared to be some crazy, random act of violence. But there was gunfire being exchanged and, uh, and once they started throwing the bombs or IEDs, that, uh, I guess, you don’t even need to say a word. This is it. These are the guys.
Miller (in narration): Not long after arriving at the scene Donahue was shot. Miller (questioning) So, what do you do about it?
Donahue: My partner tackled me just to get me down, and it was in front of someone’s driveway, and he applied pressure trying to figure out where I was shot and that sort of thing.
Miller: Kim Donahue was at home when the doorbell rung (where she was faced with a Transport Police officer in uniform)
Kim Donahue: And I immediately answered the door. And I just said, “You are my worst nightmare.”
Miller: You said those words?
Kim Donahue: Yea, it was the first thing I said to him. I said, “I know why you’re here (another expert seer, with that Sandy Hook-like crystal ball). I said you better tell me if Dick is dead, right now.” I said, “Don’t walk past the door.” I said, “Tell me if Dick is dead.” And he said he’s not dead. He said he is in the OR. He was shot in the groin.
Miller: A bullet severed Donahue’s femoral artery. He lost so much blood his heart stopped, and he quit breathing.
Miller: I mean, technically, you kind of died.
Donahue: I did, I did die, yea.
Miller (speaking to ‘Kim’ Donahue): You know, there’s this horrible cliché that out of every terrible event there is a silver lining. Have you found one?
Caption: besides the facial expressions of lying a mighty happy person for an individual who nearly lost her husband from a gunshot wound. She, too, is an obvious fraud. All that issues from her mouth is a lie.
Kim Donahue: There’s more of a silver lining in this than anything bad that’s come out of this. And when Dick got out of the ICU and when he feels better, this will ultimately be the best thing that has ever happened to us. We will never not enjoy every day. We will never not enjoy a hug or kiss.
Now, moving to the TV studio:
Scott Pelly: So, John, when does officer Donahue get out of the hospital?
Miller: Well, right now he is in the ICU. But (protests) that’s really because they can’t feed him solid food. So, their goal is to get him back out of the ICU and into physical therapy, so he can learn to walk again.
Miller (partial transcription): What occurred from the time you arrived?
Donahue: Uh, in one word, um, mayhem. Just complete craziness. you know I’ve heard it was, you know, you had, I don’t known: tons of cops from different departments firing on them, them firing on us, explosives going off. Granted, this is not the suburbs of Watertown. This isn’t exactly what we call a war zone. And there are families who sleep with their kids in these places. People trying to come home or learning on finding out what’s going on. And, um, all I’ve heard is that there was complete, you know, there was just mayhem. There’s lights; there’s flashes; there’s bangs; there was just loud and crazy.
And you realize you’re hit, because you’re saying, “I’m hit; I’m hit.” But you’re going forward. Where are you going?
Donahue: I don’t know. Maybe to get, probably to get cover and make sure I got my firearm secured…I’m tring to get into the car or get down for my partner…He, uh, he grabbed me and got me down and definitely got me to safety. I can’t tell you the whole thing. Once I went down the ambulance got there so quick and got me out of there, quick.
Miller: That’s not exactly the kind of police (work) you signed up for. It’s a little bit like Fallujah.
Donahue: It sure is, it sure is, you know, but we jumped in there and did what we have to do. That’s why we put on the badge, take the oath, and put the hand up…You just gotta go with the gut instinct and what you think is right (like framing an innocent man, while enriching yourself).
Narration by CBS’ Scott Pelly: A police officer nearly died in a shoot-out with Boston Marathon bombing suspects. Richard Donahue is still recovering in the hospital. He gave his first interview today to our correspondent, John Miller. Collier had been shot in the head at close range (a falsehood to make the Tsarnaev brothers appear diabolical). Collier and Donahue were former classmates at the Academy – and good friends.
Donahue: Yea, I was sitting down for so long that it feels good to move around.
Miller (in narration): Transit Police Officer Richard Donahue is beginning to walk again after he took a bullet in the leg during a shoot-out with the two Boston Marathon bombing suspects that night. That’s right, he almost bled to death. Donahue had responded to a call about an officer down, MIT police officer Sean Collier had been shot in the head at close range.
Donahue then told the tall tale of a shoot-out that never occurred and served as a cover-up for Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s murder, that they engaged the Tsarvaevs with himself and others in a “massive fire-fight that included gunfire, shots fired, and bombs.” He added, “Once I was shot, my partner said that, um, I started to, uh, take a couple of steps, and, um, he tackled me just to get me down. And, you know, guys helped from a whole bunch of different departments, you know, ripping my shirt off, ripping my vest off, um, starting CPR, you known, really physically really into my leg: to hold stuff together.
Miller: So, you’ve got a severed femoral artery in your leg.
Miller: It’s pumping blood out.
Miller: And you’re draining faster than a body a replace that.
Donahue: Absolutely (sounds like he is in a deposition, being coached)
Donahue: I had some text messages I sent to, um, to a couple of friends of mine about Shaun going down, um, somebody said, “Hey, are you on scene?,”I said “Yes,” and she said “Was it Collier?”, and I said, “Yes.”
Miller (in narration): At the time Donahue didn’t realize it was the Boston Marathon bombing suspects who had killed Collier. Donahue didn’t remember much about that night. But his wife, Kim, remembers vividly how the nightmare unfolded and the last contact she had with her husband before he was shot.
Kim Donahue: He texted me at 12:00 and said, “Phone dying, gonna be late,” and that’s all he said in he text.
Miller (in narration): Officer Donahue was rushed to Mt. hospital. His heart stopped beating and he wasn’t breathing. Sleeping at home, Kim Donahue was awakened at 1:30 a.m. by the wailing of their 7-month-old baby boy. It was like he warning of a coming storm.
Kim Donahue: Right, at that time the baby just went nuts, was hysterical, going absolutely nuts–and while I was tending to him is when I got the doorbell.
I didn’t understand the severity of what had happened until a doctor pulled me aside
Miller (in narration): When Kim had arrived at the hospital, her husband was alive but just barely.
(Donahue then reported she her interaction with the doctors): “Well, we just got his heart back.” I said, “Why do you mean?” We just got his pulse back. They had a priest, waiting for me, They were handing me his wedding ring, his badge, his phone…
Miller: Donahue was in surgery for 8 hours. It was only then that Kim was able to see her husband.
Kim Donahue: He looked like he was dead. When I saw him, he had tubes coming out of everywhere tubes could come out of, out of his chest, out of his mouth, out of his nose,. I remember, I pulled a couple of surgeons, the doctors, aside. We have a seven month-old baby–I said he has to come, here. It’s not a question. I said you can’t come in this room and tell me anything else. I said that’s the only answer I want. And every time they came in it was a little bit better.
Editor’s note: it becomes glaringly clear that Donahue and his purported wife are fraudsters. In fact, the claim for them as real husband and wife is highly suspect. These individuals are paid operatives playing a role. This would confirm the suspicion that the claim of the MIT shooting was a mere Hollywood-style fabrication in the manner of the fake Boston Marathon bombings.