An independent forensic investigation of the 2017 Manchester Arena ‘bombing’ incident.
Manchester: The Night of the Bang – May 2020 | Richard D. Hall
14,000 Ariana Grande fans had just finished watching a concert, when a loud bang was heard coming from the arena foyer. The vast majority of people did not witness an explosion because the foyer is a separate enclosure unsighted from the main arena. Immediately after the bang, crowds flooded out of the arena, some of them in panic. The mainstream media quickly reported that a suicide bomber had detonated a “nuts and bolts” bomb in the centre of the foyer, which they quickly claimed killed 22 people and injured dozens more. Despite the foyer being comprehensively covered by CCTV cameras, to date (March 2020), no CCTV footage of the foyer area has been released for public scrutiny. Only 2 short pieces of video footage and one still photograph have surfaced showing the alleged aftermath within the foyer. Forensic examination of these videos and still image suggest they may have been produced 15 hours before the time of the alleged explosion! After March 2020, some CCTV footage and CCTV still images were released at the Public Inquiry. None of the images released show any casualty or dead body. Close scrutiny of first hand eye witness testimony and other evidence casts doubt on the official narrative and leads to the possibility that the event was a carefully stage managed exercise involving scores of enlisted participants. Richard D. Hall with help from two trusted researchers examines the evidence and builds a picture of what most likely occurred.
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Some CCTV images have been produced at the public inquiry which show that at least 4 of those who were named as deceased were located in the foyer before the bang occurred. This means that there were at least some (4) of the 22 in the foyer on the night of 22/5/17.