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Voskhod3
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 12:33 AM


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I never really knew about Steve Riskus until I read the Scootle thread.

Did you guys get hold of him?

Is Steve Riskus his real name? There seems to be some doubt about who or what he is.

Some of his photos are taken from strange places with high vantage points?

http://stevenwarran.blogspot.com/2007/02/s...d-as-fraud.html

(who is Steve Warren?)

The photos he took show a blocked highway heading north and an empty highyway going south (the one Lloyd, the Priest and Steve were on?)

Was this staged so that the south highway was blocked off so that only certain people could be on it?

If the photos are genuine then then Lloyds taxi was pretty much alone on that highway - doesn't traffic flow south at that time on that road?

Interesting.
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Voskhod3
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 12:46 AM


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Also... how close did Steve Riskus get to Lloyds cab?

Camera... taxi.. light pole sticking out... golden opportunity... well?
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Craig Ranke CIT
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 06:35 AM


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Riskus actually supports a north side approach.

He was traveling southbound on 27 (the Lloyde side) and his view of the approach over the Navy Annex and Citgo was blocked by trees so he didn't see the plane until it passed in front of him over the highway but the distance he describes it from him supports the north side.

The Opus Dei inspired priest/former DoJ attorney Stephen McGraw claims he was stuck in traffic northbound.

All evidence indicates that they blocked southbound traffic soon AFTER the explosion.

Riskus never saw the cab at all let alone it spin out in front of him with a 40 foot pole sticking out of it. We feel the cab scene was likely not staged until after they blocked traffic.

Yes we got a hold of Riskus but he would not agree to an interview. I'll eventually publish more details about our interaction another time.
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Voskhod3
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 07:43 AM


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He says he took his first photo a minute after the explosion.

The road is already empty compared to northbound.

I don't see any southbound cars on his photos at all.

It looks suspicious to me.
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Craig Ranke CIT
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 08:10 AM


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QUOTE (Voskhod3 @ Sep 17 2009, 03:43 PM)
He says he took his first photo a minute after the explosion.

The road is already empty compared to northbound.

I don't see any southbound cars on his photos at all.

It looks suspicious to me.


Oh I don't deny that they blocked the road very soon after the explosion.

1 minute is barely enough to pull over, grab your camera, and get out of the car so who knows how accurate that really is.

However this video evidence shows that they hadn't completely blocked southbound traffic as late as 8 minutes after:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOflyabs0_w

In fact we have thought that traffic looks to be so heavy that it could indicate the cab wasn't there yet however the cab does not block all lanes.
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Posted: Sep 17 2009, 10:39 AM


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for the record, riskus' pics show that this is the path he took,
around the lloyde/cab area instead of thru or past it:

user posted image

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Voskhod3
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 01:26 PM


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In fact we have thought that traffic looks to be so heavy that it could indicate the cab wasn't there yet however the cab does not block all lanes.


I'm pretty confused by this.

The couple of pictures of the cab with the pole on the ground don't seem to have any traffic moving around them and the highway looks blocked by the cab and the pole.


user posted image

The photographer must be standing in or near the third lane on this one.
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Were these pictures taken in the first 8 minutes?
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Voskhod3
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 01:29 PM


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Actually I've never seen this picture before....

user posted image

That beggars belief.

NOT A SINGLE SOUTHBOUND CAR OTHER THAN THE TAXI IN SIGHT!

Staged?
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Craig Ranke CIT
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 01:35 PM


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Timing.

Those shots were taken were taken later.

While I can't say when the top one was taken this article outlining the Ingersoll photos gives us a good idea of the chronology and how the guy in the cars surrounding the cab didn't show up until about 12 minutes after the attack and how the close-up shot you linked wasn't taken until about 18 minutes after:

http://www.thepentacon.com/Topic7.htm
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Voskhod3
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 10:29 PM


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While I can't say when the top one was taken


I think that is the most interesting picture of them all.

Really!

Just look at it... Lloyd is completey on his own, no other car in sight for a long long way.

That picture is just screaming out to be explained.
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Voskhod3
Posted: Sep 17 2009, 10:49 PM


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http://www.thepentacon.com/Topic7.htm


Thanks Craig, these are great photos.

Yes I see that the traffic was flowing in one lane until the suit men turned up and then the whole road was blocked off shortly after.

The men then left Lloyd completely on his own which I still think looks weird.

Was the reason for the road block ever given? Was it specifically because of this car blocking two lanes? Or did the block northbound later as well?
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Craig Ranke CIT
Posted: Sep 18 2009, 06:31 AM


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QUOTE (Voskhod3 @ Sep 18 2009, 06:49 AM)


Was the reason for the road block ever given? Was it specifically because of this car blocking two lanes? Or did the block northbound later as well?

They eventually blocked the entire highway.

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