1: The bullets were blanks. I've watched this shooting from both POV's dozens of times. Allison Parker (what was up with that black bracelet around her leg?) was shot five times in the neck, chest, torso, and shoulder area. She jittered and jerked a little, for effect, and opened her mouth and tried to look as terrified as possible, but if those had been real bullets, at that close range, there would have been instant blood, visible holes in her clothing, she would have been knocked back, and she would've dropped to the ground in only a few seconds. Remember the video of Walter Scott being shot and killed in North Charleston SC by policeman Michael Slager?
Walter dropped to the ground dead in seconds and was shot from a further distance away than Allison Parker was! But Allison took at least eight "bullets" at close range without even losing her footing, and then turned around and ran, breakneck speed, away out of view, continuing to scream and shriek the entire time, through lungs that should have been punctured. No bloodstains were visible on the boardwalk or on the wooden handrails. The older woman, wearing white, was shot too; no marks on her either. And that's the whitest black-man hand I've ever seen. Come on!
No muzzle flash. No shell casings were ejected. Those were blanks.
2. Chris Hurst, Parker's boyfriend, is a crisis actor. He tweeted about her death at 6:32. That's 14 minutes before it actually happened. Those tweets were removed. He spent all day tweeting. He was not grieving. He SMILED the entire time during his interview about what happened. He went on about how "uncomfortable" it was for him to be on the "other side" of the camera, and to "have cameras pointed in his face." When asked to recount what happened, from the beginning, he dodged the question and instead lauded her accomplishments at WDBJ 7 making sure to plug the station's call letters. (DBJ stands for Did a Bad Job)
He was very desperate for attention, and his voice showed no signs of sadness, shock, or legitimate grief. He then bizarrely followed this up by showing reporters a scrapbook of pictures, to try to prove, in a "you believe me, don't you?" manner, that he was really in a relationship with Allison Parker.
3. BBC's journalists Franz Strasser and Tara McKelvey were ordered by Virginia State Police to delete their footage of the crash of the suspect's car.
And of course our suspect, Bryce Williams a/k/a Vester Flanagan, is reported dead, by suicide. How typical.
4. Right away, a MANIFESTO from the suspect surfaces (but we're never shown the whole thing, just some quotes):
"Also, I was influenced by Seung-Hui Cho. That's my boy right there. He got NEARLY double the amount that Eric Harris and Dylann Klebold got... just sayin," Flanagan wrote. "Yes, it will sound like I am angry... I am. And I have every right to be. But when I leave this Earth, the only emotion I want to feel is peace [...] The church shooting was the tipping point... but my anger has been building steadily... I've been a human powder keg for a while... just waiting to go BOOM!!!!"
5. Right away, Hillary's ready to ban guns:
"We have got to do something about gun violence in America. And I will take it on," Clinton said. "It's a very political, difficult issue in America. But I believe we are smart enough, we are compassionate enough, to figure out how to balance the legitimate Second Amendment rights with preventive measures and control measures so that whatever motivated this murderer who eventually took his own life, we will not see more deaths, needless, senseless deaths." Clinton also called for universal background checks on guns.
THIS IS THE SLOPPIEST FALSE FLAG THEY HAVE EVER TRIED. Even sloppier than Sandy Hook!