Did you watch the Sunday program, which included two segments on the "Christchurch shootings"?
In the first segment, we were told that Al Noor passerby Lance Bradford put two people (one of them "Wasseim Sati") into his ute, but took three injured people to hospital. One wonders why, apparently, "legal restrictions" now prevent TVNZ from mentioning Wasseim's daughter Alen, who was reportedly with Wasseim, and who was reportedly flown to Starship Hospital with life-threatening injuries that included a gunshot wound to the stomach. Alen's name, plus pictures of her and details of her case, have been published in many news items during the past year.
Bradford said he stopped because he "saw people lying on the ground", and that, after he got out and started to walk towards the mosque, he heard gunfire. It's all nonsense. The "live stream" shows that, at the time the gunman drove away, there was only one body lying on the ground outside the mosque - that of Ansi Alibava (actually a dummy), who was "shot" moments earlier. So if Bradford had been approaching at this stage, he would have either run into the gunman or seen him leave the scene. But there is another reason why this story is untrue: The "live stream" shows no encounter between the gunman and Wasseim and his daughter at any stage. This alleged encounter is as phoney as the alleged encounter between the gunman and Mohamed Jama.( Collapse )