May 6, 2015
(PIGMINENEWS) A new video suggests that there was an unreported search and apparent arrest of a man that occurred in the parking lot of the Culwell Center during the lockdown incident outside of the Mohammad Cartoon event in Garland, TX.
Raw video footage obtained from when the incident first broke this past Sunday, May 3, 2015, shows law enforcement agencies securing the perimeter of the event building, clearing the scene and searching for suspects for a full 1:55 seconds…but what’s at the end of the raw reel is what is most interesting.
At 1:55, the footage appears to show an officer with a man, who seems to look very much like the dead Nadir Soofi, one of the two ‘identified’ as dead terror suspects after the incident, being bent over the back of a Garland police car, cuffed, wearing a greyish shirt, dark pants and very much alive.
May 3, 2015 – Source: USA Today
Later in aerial footage taken of the crime scene after dark, outlines of two bodies can be seen on the ground near an apparent blood pool, with one body seeming to also be dressed in a lighter-colored shirt and darker pants. So the question remains, who is this man being searched and arrested outside the Garland event, why was he detained and where is he now? Why have we seen no references or reports EXCEPT this one clip that even hints about another individual detained, searched or arrested, even if it had been a false alarm? As official narratives get increasingly harder to believe, shouldn’t we be asking at least who he was and why he wasn’t included in the narrative? Please share your thoughts.
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