…it’s unclear to me why he would tell the CBC a different story than the one he gave to a fellow camera-wielding activist? [sic] As he knew they were bleeding and wounded, why would he say that they were released unharmed?
Furthermore, at the 5:30 mark of the same video, Mr. Neish is holding a laminated booklet used to identify the flotilla’s ships and various parties thereon which he or someone else removed from one of the soldiers.
My very well-trained eye recognizes this booklet to be authentic which would be carried within the soldier’s vest [sic]. I wonder if during his or one of his cohort’s rifling around the wounded soldier’s pockets, Mr. Neish decided at that point that he’d ignore the stab wounds and report to the Canadian media that he didn’t see any injured Israeli soldiers? (…)
In their protest and pursuant dissembling, it is clear that many of these activists are either lying about events or changing their stories to portray themselves as hapless innocents and surprise, surprise, the IDF as brutal aggressors.
I know this IDF unit very well…