Disney Alligator Attack is a Cover Up Hoax
It is said by the Orlando Sheriff’s Department that in some 45 years of operation there has never been an alligator attack at the Disney resort. Then, pray tell, how could it be a mere coincidence that it is happening now, merely a bit longer than a day or two after the Orlando gay bar shooting hoax? This makes no sense. It cannot be a coincidence. Thus, it is a hoax, a mere diversion.
There are some 52 million visitors to the Orlando Disney park yearly. Yet, this happened never before? Moreover, it happens now, in perfect timing for an attempted cover-up of the Orlando arch-scam?
The exact quote regarding the improbability is as follows:
The Police Chief has stated on video that “Disney has operated for 45 years, and they’ve never had this type of thing happen before.” Thus, this is a cover-up for the failed gay bar shooting hoax, which not coincidentally was micromanaged by this same police department.
No one can find it plausible. The family is nowhere to be seen. This is a fake. Who can demonstrate otherwise?
Yet, it is said that the body of the two year-old was found intact some 10 to 16 feet from where the incidence took place, that is “Lane’s lifeless body was found 10 to 15 feet from where he was playing.” Even so, see the following wild, dramatized headline:
Alligator attack at Disney World: Body of Lane Graves found after five gators are cut open
Which one is it, was the body found separately or actually taken from within the bowels of the alligator? Where are the images of these dissected animals?
Notice, above, the furtive glance of the Press Conference official. Does anyone, here, act as if this is a real event? Yet, it is said:
The boy’s parents were identified as Matt and Melissa Graves of Elkhorn, Nebraska, a suburban area of Omaha. A family friend released a statement on behalf of the couple thanking well-wishers for their “thoughts and hope-filled prayers.” As well, it is said that the parents are already thanking the world and that they are “relieved” the body was found. Once again, no one can find such commentary realistic.
Yet another most incredible claim is made, again, standard in hoaxes: that is the unbelievable, the too great to even be true. This regards a woman named Jennifer Venditti. It a most unfathomable claim she was there, a mere half-hour before the ‘event.’ No one can find that plausible.
The boy’s parents were identified as Matt and Melissa Graves of Elkhorn, Nebraska, a suburban area of Omaha. A family friend released a statement on behalf of the couple thanking well-wishers for their “thoughts and hope-filled prayers.”
“There’s no reason for us to believe that the body that was recovered was not that of Lane Graves,” Demings said.
“We have not had any recent reports or complaints of nuisance gators in the area,” said Demings, who added that more than 50 Sheriff’s Office employees assisted in the case.
As yet another standard of death hoaxes there is lobbying to protect the family from any scrutiny or inquiry, including interviews. Per , St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Elkhorn, a message was posted on its Website:
“It is with a heavy heart,” the message said, “that we inform you of a tragic loss in one of our parish families. … Please honor their privacy at this time and keep them in your prayers.”
Such a posting is extremely suspicious. What are they hiding? Why will they not come out in public?
The family photo of the involved family, the Graves family (what a name), is also suspect:
Look at these hands. What is normal about them?
They are claw-like, which is typically of poorly manipulated, digitally-altered images.
Then, there are the images of Jennifer Venditti, as posted on facebook. She is the person that claims her son was on the resort beach at about the same time, a mere half hour before Lane Graves and his parents. Now, just how could that be? That is about sunset in Orlando. The images of her ‘son’ have a plethora of light. They could not have been taken at that time:
Here is her original claim, one that, as would be expected, went viral. Once again, the people have been thoroughly bamboozled:
Regardless, what does this youth have to do with it? Who would possibly and callously post such images if this was a real-life event?
Here is the full image of the ‘son on the beach,’ which looks fake to the extreme:
There are water waves even before he enters the water itself? Where are the shoe marks on the water? Why is that floppy shoe so big?
The images, as would be expected, and is suspected by many, are contrived. The proof for this is as follows, as analyzed by nodisinfo.com PhotoShop experts:
Incredibly, although in the background image there is light, the boy casts no shadow. Then, too, note all the anomalies in the image, right screen, with residues of PhotoShop manipulation being clearly evident. That hat is exceedingly blurry, because it was modified on its edge with the blur too. Moreover, both these people, the child and the adult, were artificially placed into the image, all on a stock background.
Yet, by far, the most striking anomaly of all is hair. How could it change color so dramatically, that is between images on the same day?
Notice, too, the numerous obvious cut lines on the scalp; those are absolutely anomalous. Someone messed up when they cut in the hair and didn’t change the color. It was a hack rush-job, make no mistake about it.
Here he is, once again, obviously put into the image: a day-time image taken at 8:00 p.m.? Does anyone see any massive floodlights that could account for such great light? Moreover, why are there no other people to be seen; it cannot be that they were the only people there.
So, which hair style is correct, the blonde or brown…what an absolutely inane arch-hoax.
It is simply not possible on the same day with the same camera that the hair colors could be so dramatically different.
Even so, apparently, his real color is more brownish; the sandy one is the anomalous one.
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