Saturday 30 May 2020

A false flag in Minneapolis?

Here is a collection of stories indicating, to me that we have another FALSE FLAG designed to divide people





The Social Media Platform Claimed His Tweet Was ‘Glorifying Violence.’

New video shows Minneapolis police arrest of George Floyd before death

WATCH: Minnesota cops arrest CNN reporter and 

entire camera crew on live TV

Police did not initially give a reason for arresting Jimenez, although they claimed shortly afterward that he and his crew were taken into custody because they refused to move when instructed. However, no footage shown during the broadcast shows Jimenez refusing an order to move.

CNN anchors John Berman and Alisyn Camerota expressed shock that police would arrest journalists.

Of course, it's all "fake news" - the truth.

Masked white man smashing Minneapolis AutoZone windows in viral video raises suspicion

The white man, covered from head to toe, is suspected to be an agent provocateur

29 May, 2020

Who is the man in the mask? 

Social media is abuzz as people try to identify a white man, dressed in what appears to be tactical gear and a gas mask and carrying an umbrella, seemingly to conceal his identity, breaking windows at a Minneapolis AutoZone. The store was later vandalized and burned, along with a Wendy’s restaurant and an under-construction affordable housing complex. 

The video of the man, who is white, being questioned by protesters who chase him away has been shared thousands of times on social media platforms. At one point, he seems to lunge at the woman who is filming him.

His unusual behavior has prompted people to suggest that he was a police officer or an agent provocateur trying to rile up protests and fuel a riot in the midst of protests for the undue death of a Black man, George Floyd, while being arrested this past Memorial Day.

We are aware of the social media post that erroneously identifies one of our officers as the person caught on video breaking windows in Minneapolis. We’ve seen it. We’ve looked into it. And it’s false,” they said in a statement, Bring Me the News reports.

So we also want to be perfectly clear about this: The person in the video is not our officer. We don’t know who that person is, but we hope he’s identified and held accountable for his actions.”

The statement continues: “Our officer? He’s been working hard, keeping people and property safe, and protecting the right to peacefully assemble. It’s sad that people would post and share this untrue information, adding more confusion to an already painful time in our community.”

An agent provocateur is a person who commits or who acts to entice another person to commit an illegal or rash act or falsely implicate them in partaking in an illegal act, so as to ruin the reputation or entice legal action against the target or a group they belong to. An agent provocateur may be a member of a law enforcement agency, acting out of their own sense of duty or under orders, or another entity.

They are inclined to target a particular group, such as a peaceful protest or demonstration, a union, a political party or a company.

Historically, the United States has used agent provocateurs to disrupt labor protests and other political movements. 

Police Deny Any Connection to Mysterious Minneapolis “Umbrella Man” Saboteur

Regardless of the truth behind who started the fires and the looting, the rage felt by the people of Minneapolis and elsewhere is the result of a deep and profound problem in this country that cannot go on.

by Raul Diego

The mysterious “umbrella man” caught on video vandalizing an Autozone store in Minneapolis is alleged in social media postings to be officer Jacob Pederson of the Minneapolis Police Department. An official statement issued by the Twin Cities’ police department denied that the person in the video was the individual claimed, stating that officer Pederson was “working hard, serving his community, keeping people and property safe, and protecting the right to peacefully assemble.”
The allegations come from still unconfirmed screenshots of text messages ascribed to his ex-wife in which Jacob “Jake” Pederson is purportedly identified as the same man who smashed the windows of the national auto parts chain store and who has since been spotted in at least two other videos. 
different video taken soon after the original shows him walking side by side with the same African American man who had appeared to confront him in the first video. The second video, however, displays a starkly different demeanor from the man with the pizza box, which also appears to be empty. 

In a third video taken at night, the same dark-dressed man was spotted once again; this time apparently setting fires in another location. .....

The Saint Paul Police Department is disputing a viral social media claim that one of their officers, Jacob Pederson, was caught on camera breaking out windows at a Minneapolis Auto Zone Wednesday shortly before it was lit on fire.

A viral video shows a mysterious man in all black with an umbrella and pink gas mask smashing windows at the Auto Zone just before it was lit on fire on Wednesday evening. A protester confronted the man, who became hostile and quickly walked away while being asked if he was a cop.

On Thursday evening the Twitter account @GypsyEyedBeauty tweeted out a series of screenshots that claimed the man is Pederson. The caption read, “Here are screenshots from his ex wife confirming this is him, along with his photo.”…

Next door neighbors of Derek Chavin are on video saying they had NO IDEA he was 

a cop


What are demonstrators doing with headpieces?

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