Times Square Car Attack Hoax in Pictures
What an arch hoax it is, this absolutely fake car attack in Times Square. It’s a CGI fake, like all the others: a hoax, fraud, and scam. Regarding the presumed car strike, if real, this would have been severe. There would have been crush injuries and broken bones. For certain no such injuries were seen on the ground.
As one of the strong proofs of staging and hoaxing there is the fact that when the purported final crash occurred the New York Fire Department was already there. How is that possible if this was real?
Look at this cartoon-like image, below. How much more ridiculous could it get, this imagery of a car virtually levitating in the air? How is that possible with all that tonnage? Regardless, everyone who studies the full grouping of the available imagery knows this is a fake. The fact is the G-forces necessary to a force a car into mid air from flat ground are massive, making this physically impossible.
The smoke is added in for effect through CGI, which is also obvious.
Here is another cartoon-like image, which is the image of a ‘car’ striking a human or two: or several. These are either stunt men, or this was CGI-enhanced: or both. Notice the stunt-man doing the hand-stand near the car.
The car was supposed to have mowed people down: dozens of them. The crush injuries would have been brutal. Why, then, are there no such injuries? Instead, this is the type of imagery which is seen:
Wouldn’t at least her cell phone have been crushed? What about her body itself? Why are there no tire marks? The attempt is to show a head wound. There is no evidence for any such a wound. Obviously, this has been staged.
What about these men? Why are they merely sitting against the wall? Why is no one taking them away? Who would put on a neck brace for a traumatic crush injury and then simply leave the person propped-up against the wall?
None of these people appear to have been struck by a car and to have endured that degree of shock and horror. There are no tire marks anywhere to be seen and surely no evidence of blunt trauma. Notes one YouTube poster regarding the impossible nature of such imagery:
“When a car weighing a ton and one half runs over a man’s legs, he will have compound fractures of the legs themselves and possibly dislocated knee caps. He won’t get right up and walk, and he certainly won’t look as though he hasn’t even sustained bruising. Times are bad because even with the worst footage that is obvious, the masses believe it’s real.”
Here is another person who has no blunt trauma and who has, obviously, also signed up for the movie:
Notice the water bottle, strategically placed. In hoaxes these water bottles are ubiquitous. Regardless, how was this man hit by a car? There is no evidence for this. Where are all the EMTs?
What about this man? Why is he allowed to simply sit on the pavement like that?
As well, though it is a standard in hoaxes, what is the purpose of the taking of a single sock off? Why are both shoes taken off? Why isn’t this man being rushed to an ambulance? Why is the crowbar there, staged like that?
Here is another fake wounded person. Notice what is seen. It appears that moulage in the form of charcoal has been applied to her legs. What happened to her shoes? If the car tore them off, there would be much traumatic injuries to be seen.
The holding of the hand is to create shock reactions and emotional charging within the minds. No one finds this plausible. The place would be teeming with EMTs and Fire Dept. agents. This is hard proof of the fake, that is was a Hollywood-style staged act, make no mistake about it.
As well, the crazed driver also looks like nothing other than an actor. What was he paid to put on that act? He was in trouble, financially. No doubt, he needed money.
Here was one of the people supposedly hit by the car, right at the end of the ‘movie.’ Why, then, is there no evidence of any injuries?
Even so, what about this purportedly injured woman? Why is she smiling? Why is she not hurt more severely considering the degree of the observed videographic trauma?
It’s because she isn’t hurt. It’s fake blood. There are no lacerations to be seen anywhere. Nor are there any abrasions. Nor does it make sense that such a quality HD-type image would be taken and then uploaded, not in the midsts of a traumatic car strike.
Once again, there are no wounds of any kind. Had she struck the pavement, there would be a filthy wound to be seen or at least an abrasion plus lacerations. They are not to be seen, period. This means that the entire operation was an arch-fake.
The man near her has a logo on his shirt, some type of ‘contractor.’
It reads ‘ab’ that is “Allan”, then a name beginning with a “b.” Then, it reads, seemingly, Production Contractors, Inc.
Hoax index: not measurable.