Thursday, August 27, 2015

James Tracy: VA Reporter and Cameraman Shooting Discrepancy

August 27, 2015by  • Home • Tags: 

Imagery allegedly circulated via social media of “Bryce Williams” confronting Alison Parker.
Video and photographic evidence suggests assailant in video is white, yet so-called shooter Bryce Williams is black.
There appears to be a major contradiction in what has been presented as the official storyline of what has come to be known as the “TV Reporter, Cameraman Murdered Live on Air” story being pushed by mainstream and even some “alternative” news outlets.
Earlier today MHB‘s companion website Scoopfeed posted a video depicting the scene at left and analyzing the reported on-air shooting of a journalist and photographer. This video has since been deleted by YouTube staffers because of “shocking and disgusting [sic] content.”
MHB maintains that this video document is significant because it provides evidence contradicting the official narrative of the incident–specifically that the shooter was an African American male.
Here is Mr. Bryce Williams at a sporting shop holding a handgun. Authorities have concluded that Williams carried out the murder of fellow broadcasters Alison Parker and Adam Ward. Yet is this the same right hand exhibited in the above screen shots or accompanying video purportedly distributed by Williams?

The video below shows a key excerpt from the above referenced video where at about :38 and :46 there is clearly a caucasian hand and wrist of the would be assailant wielding the pistol and firing at reporter Alison Parker.

As SGT Report points out, “since the US government ended the ban on ‘domestic propaganda’, absolutely every “event” must be thoroughly examined and questioned.” Indeed, the fraudulent nature of what passes for journalism today is on par with that of major financial markets, healthcare, even our food supply, where caveat emptor should be the rule of all concerned citizens.


  1. So none of the three had any peripheral vision, no cartridges were ejected, nobody looks at an approaching man walking on a boardwalk which makes noise and the two reporters don't call "cut" because of the approaching person and the noise he makes which would be picked up by the mic?

  2. Thank you for looking into this yet another staged media event.

  3. This is what happens at same distance !