Thursday, January 22, 2015


JAPAN ISIS HOSTAGE - Analyst Says VIDEO FAKE & Manipulated With Green Screen

News everywhere is swamped with the latest on ISIS reportedly threatening to behead two Japanese hostages unless the nation pays a $200 million ransom.

Notice anything there in regards to the direction of the sunlight and the supposedly resultant shadow on the hostages’ faces? Picture of Japanese hostages on NYTimes is obviously a fake or composite. Look at the shadow directions #isis Japanese Hostage video by ISIS is fake. The angle of the shadow is unnatural. IS demands $200m ransom for hostages. — たくや (@takuya20140714) January 20, 2015 That #ISIS picture with the 2 Japanese in it looks FAKE… Homeless Japanese Cross Dresser Held Hostage by #ISIS (aka CIA / Mossad) #FalseFlag #Hoax #Fake Anyone who makes video editing can tell it’s fake and it was filmed in a studio. The “desert” background is fake as fuck, added onto an alpha layer behind the actors. Although MSM news are showing a hi-res version with a ton of feathering and smoothing around the actors, we can clearly see the heavily jagged edges around their bodies in low-res versions, specially around “Jihad John” because he’s dressed full black, what suggests that there were physical objects behind them in the studio, and they were removed to create an alpha background for the desert pic. I didn’t clean up the noise so that you can see the jagged edges.

The wife of Kenji Goto, identified Wednesday as one of the two Japanese hostages held by the Islamic State group, received an email on her mobile phone in December demanding a ransom of more than ¥2 billion, government sources said Wednesday.

The freelance journalist’s wife first received an email in November from an unidentified party saying that it had captured Goto, according to the sources. His wife exchanged several emails with the party, but the messages did not include threats to kill Goto.

The sources said the government believes the emails were from the Islamic State group, since the address the messages were sent from resembles one used by the group in past hostage cases.

The government officially identified the two hostages shown in a video footage purportedly released by the extremist group as Goto and Haruna Yukawa, a self-proclaimed private security contractor. The group has threatened to execute the two unless Japan pays a $100 million ransom for each.

new revelations in the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the second hostage situation in the country. Isis fighters are understood to have gained up to 700 men from moderate rebel groups along the Syrian border with Lebanon, where the terrorist organisation is now poised to attack.

“The moderate rebel groups on the border have collapsed, and their men have joined Isis,” Ahmed Flity, the deputy mayor of Arsal, a Lebanese border town, told the newspaper. It has been estimated that as many as 700 fighters from these groups have “pledged allegiance” to Isis, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Wednesday, vowing never to give in to terrorism. tokyo

Abe said he was consulting with leaders in the region. A convoy carrying Japanese Vice-Foreign Minister Yasuhide Nakayama left the embassy in Jordan’s capital Amman on Wednesday for an unknown location in the city. Jordan’s King Abdullah II later met with him, according to Jordan’s Petra News Agency. Sony Hack is About North Korea vs. Japan two Japanese hostages, a group of Japanese netizens chose an unusual way to respond: knocking the video’s production quality with memes.

Senior Japanese defence official Akira Sato told reporters he thought there was something strange about the hostage video, and others said visual inconsistencies suggested it may have been filmed using a green screen to place a fake background.

Using a hashtag that translates to "ISIS crappy collage grand prix," Japanese netizens mocked the hostage video using photoshopped memes. The hashtag has more than 50,000 uses (Al Jazeera has a policy against showing video or stills from ISIL-produced content). #ISISクソコラグランプリ

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