Tree Damage and Lack of Damage Proves the Paul Walker Hoax
Updated with title change only, updated, again, with additional commentary and photographs.
Trees figured greatly into the car crash hoax acclaimed as causing the deaths of Paul Walker and Roger Rodas. In fact, such trees have been largely blamed for the fatalities. The car supposedly struck one tree, along with a lamp pole, cutting it down. It can be viewed coming down on CCTV camera, although no car can be seen striking it.
That tree was brought down through a stunt. The same is true of the lamp pole. There was no impact from a car crash of any kind.
The second tree was just to the left of the vehicle, which was supposed to have struck it. Then, supposedly, the car spun around it and was split in half by the force, although there is no damage, as would be expected, to that tree from such a degree of force.
Nor did this object, dried in the California sun, become set on fire. Rather, there was merely some char: no fire whatsoever.
Not even the leaves were set on fire, a physical impossibility for this degree of flames, rising high, if they truly were flames resulting from a petrol-based inferno.
The char goes up considerably, yet no leaves or twigs were set on fire? A mere few pieces of paper lit on fire in a fire-place or wood stove can ignite rather large twigs and ultimately a large log. Yet, this is not even an accelerant, and with gasoline it would be absolutely expected that the tree would ignite or at least the leaves and twigs. However, that did not occur, not in the least. Moreover, this is what would be expected from a non-gasoline-based pyrotechnic fire:
In a petrol-based inferno of the degree observed these twigs, fronds, and leaves would be highly vulnerable to be lit on fire. Yet, this never happened in the least. Despite the fact that fire trucks were on-site at the time the fire was set, there was no need for any emergency intervention. Nothing in proximity was set on fire.
Therefore, categorically, based upon the lack of consumption of the close-by flammable structures there was no gasoline-based fire in this event. Regardless, that would have been too toxic for not only the phony by-standers but also for the various pyrotechnicians who were fomenting the fire. It will be observed that there were a number of people right near or virtually next to the fire. Yet, without the slightest bit of protection no such people were overcome by the smoke, which is proof that this was a staged fire with non-toxic smoke of pyrotechnic origin.
From all angles it is clear that the trees nearest to the fire are free of any serious damage.
The standing trees featured prominently featured in the car fire hoax images showing the remnants of the Porsche. That car, incidentally, was not there as a result of a crash but was, rather, dropped off there by a towing vehicle. It was all a set-up which included the placement of props such as fire extinguishers and, presumably, PW’s hat.
Then, there was that initial tree, the one that went down. It went down in a direction opposite of the line of the supposed crash:
Additionally, at a near-by tree this, below, is what is seen. Was this really due to a car crash? At a minimum a car crash would leave residues of the paint if it was going to cause this degree of damage. Yet, there are no such residues seen.
Let’s look at it from another angle/view:
The bark and pulp have merely been carved off by a machete or some similar sharp device. See the residue of the pulp pointed out with the first red arrow, the one in the center of the image, typically seen with the downward action of a sharp instrument. The bark edge is also the result of carving by one of the Fast and Furious/Paul Walker moles.
This is a carved tree as means of a cover-up and fraud, not one damaged by the impact of the car in question, the Porsche Carrera. It is a Hollywood-style fake, an attempt to mimic an actual car impact. Yet another tree was carved by a Fast and Furious mole or some other deceptive cohort, as seen, here:
The area of the carving/etching is filled with signatures of respectful, grieving fans. It is clearly carved, the notching been obviously evident, as is the oval pattern of carved out bark seen in two places. There is no splintering or other evidence of random trauma; it is simply too contrived:
In Suffolk-area, England, this more random damage was seen in a crash leading to two fatalities.
Moreover, when a tree wraps around a tree there is evidence of this:
Or, in the case of a smaller tree it may be taken down or crushed from the impact:
The damage is more random than that seen in the PW hoax, with splintering and scraping being inevitable, as well as scuffing:
Hollywood did its best. However, the PW trees lack that sort of organic, random damage as seen in real accidents, which include injuries related to ripping, tearing, and scuffing, not merely oval scraping, where in one area all the bark is removed.
No telling what would happen when a car strikes a tree at 100 mph-plus, in this case, a teen, who died as a result:
Note the fact that this scene of a real fatal crash required actual crime scene investigators thoroughly analyzing the site. Even so, the lack of scrape marks, random damage, and scuffing, as well as any residue of red, are highly incriminating, that is as proof of a fake accident. There is also the issue of the lack of any visible crash damage on the car. That is clearly impossible considering the acclaimed speed of the (non) accident, with an impact of over 100 mph.
Hollywood, specifically, Universal Studios, has, therefore, fabricated the PW crash, and the trees were a sort of featured evidence of a real car crash. To make the fraud appear realistic the PW/F&F moles went to every extent possible, in this case carving bark from trees.
See also this YouTube video for the nature of a real high speed crash of a Porsche: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20X7PNml_-Q