Skip to comments.SPECIAL REPORT W/BRET BAIER
Posted on 07/16/2013 11:09:37 AM PDT by 7thson
I was watching Special Report yesterday evening. At the end, Bret Baier said something to the effect that any pictures we may see of Trayvon Martin are probably fake. Did I get that wrong? Did anyone else hear that?
I’m guessing he’s not saying the young child, peaceful cherub, et al are the fakes. Likely, the pants-hung-low, gang banger, gold toothed gangsta MMA shots are fake...
I did not watch, yesterday, so, no. But, He could simply mean that all we are shown is the “smiling little boy” photo which reinforces the innocent victim theme trying to be foisted upon us. We all know he was hardly that.
I got an email today with a picture of a tattood man and the claim this is little Trayvon. Has anyone else received such an email? Do not have the time right now to post the picture I received.
Yea, I saw it.
A punk, near a 6'2” grown man, drugged and feeling froggy. He got shot.
A few days ago, I seem to remember something going around about Trayvon’s “dead body”, basically photos of his dead body. I didn’t click on any of these; but, perhaps that is what he is talking about.
Maybe he’s talking about the photos of him dead that have been floating around.
I thought I heard Hannity say something similar last night. I wondered what he meant by that as well. Are they trying to imply that the “cell phone” pics are all fakes?
I got an email the other day with a “kill list” on it from some place called ar15.com.
It has people’s names and home addresses on it and I have no idea what to do with it.
I don’t know how it does it but I can’t “forward” the email to anybody.
If I try, it sits in my outbox and causes the mail server to return weird error messages.
The whole thing freaks me out.
The address it was sent to is connected with my FB account.
Has anyone else gotten this disturbing email?
I heard him and gathered that "innocent Trayvon" photos that were not seen before are likely to be fakes.
FRiends don't let FRiends FB!
YOU need to be telling the FBI this, like NOW.
Yeah, I know.
In the meantime, I’ve still got that creepy email.
Check your mailbox, please.
Well, never mind.
FR won’t let me send mail.
[I swear I can’t show this thing to anybody without “problems” happening]
AR-15.com has a “stickied” thread in its General Discussion forum about that e-mail. It didn’t come from them. Go there to read more if you’re interested - and zap the e-mail without opening it. Better safe than sorry.
It says it came from firstname.lastname@example.org in the ‘email properties’.
Thanks for checking it out for me, though.
I’ll delete it even though it’s just a plain text list.
The people on AR15.com say it’s a spoof email that they didn’t send.
I’m not even sure if the decktile ‘sender’ is right.
Apparently the alphabet agencies know about it.
Not sure if anybody “did” anything about it.
That is the rapper The Game. Not Trayvon Martin.
The other fake is this popular photo:
Also not Trayvon.
The rest of the pictures that are claimed to be Trayvon are in fact him. It is important for us to address these photos because liberals use them as an excuse to dismiss the actual pictures wherein Trayvon looks a tad less "innocent."
I got that email, but just deleted it. I don’t have FB and never will.
When the story first broke, there were a bunch of pictures of some tattooed guy going around that were claimed to be Skittles. They were not, but the real ones that eventually came out were almost as bad.
Print it out if you can and get it to the FBI.
Such ‘messages’ are not from run of the mill crips and bloods, they are generated by sophisticated programming. I have notified the FBI —they said I should call the FTC and FCC, and the FCC —they took a report but said the call coming from a non-active area code was impossible, and the FTC —they told me to call the FCC. I also called my phone carrier who gave me a number series to use to block future calls that I deem a nascence. Of course the area code prevents me from being able to block that number!
Such 'messages' are not from run of the mill crips and bloods, they are generated by sophisticated programming.
I have been getting calls from a non-issued area code, 354. My caller ID registers the number but if the number calls again, the previous registry of that number and date/time is erased by whatever program they have devised. [The number is 354 366 8166, if anyone would like to try it ... it will not go through due to unrecognized area code.]
I have notified the FBI --they said I should call the FTC and FCC, and the FCC --they took a report but said the call coming from a non-active area code was impossible, and the FTC --they told me to call the FCC. I also called my phone carrier who gave me a number series to use to block future calls that I deem a nascence. Of course the area code prevents me from being able to block that number!
I worry about you. Go move in with your boyfriend for a while.
I would love to but I know doing that will really tick off my husband.
FR is a train wreck today.
I’ve about given up on posting anything until this ‘new feature’ resolves itself.