Everyone is talking about the video, but what about the audio? Why is it that whevenever he shoots someone there is not one scream of pain? Not once. All the screaming is background screaming but not one scream from a person when they are actually shot.
Also when the guy rushed him, he just drops, not a sound. No further movement. And sure some people die almost instantly from head shots and heart shots but most of his shots are body shots. People rarely die instantly like this. There are many instances of people taking many shots to die from what I've seen in FBI ballistic reports and such. But as soon as people are shot here they all just stop an drop instantly.
You could say they are playing dead, but when shot you're in so much pain, you're body would react to that, its not controllable. There would be at least some people writhring in pain. But they all just drop and lay motionless. Its uncanny.
And then there's the issue of the music "soundtrack". I'm trying to figure this out because it makes no sense the more I listen to it. I have some background in audio production if it matters, not claming to be an expert, just I'm not a complete novice. Anyway, I heard he was using a headmount GoPro. I don't own a GoPro so maybe there is something I am missing here. But it seems evident the gopro is picking up all background sound. When he is driving you hear the car engine, GPS, him talking and music, all simultaneously, so that tells me he is not piping in some auxillary sound input.
So the music has got to be either coming from the car speakers, or from some device he is wearing like a walkman or cell phone in speakermode, which doesn't make sense, so I think its 99% coming from the car, but if that is the case, how is it we still hear the drummer music as he leaves the car, goes around to the trunk, goes all the way n the mosque and the music barely fades, except when he fires and then we hear it again, and sometimes the volume raises and lowers. Its crazy. This was streamed live, so how did this happen?
And yes I realize the GoPro has some auto level limiter so when the gun fires, it would lower the input levels, and then raise them when he doesn't fire, but that doesn't explain how we can still hear the car audio all the way in the mosque. He didn't have the volume that loud in the car, we never see him adjust the volume in the car. We hear the drummer music in the hallway of the mosque.
And then the timing of the music is almost too perfect, notice the transition of music, especially when he comes out of the mosque goes back to the car, and then just as he is geting in, we hear, "I am the God of Hellfire!.." its almost like a soundtrack, the more you listen to it, the audio is just too perfect to be real unless it was added afterwards which means this was a production and not actually streamed live.
I don't know what to think about this. I've been back and forth on whether this was staged or not. I've been wrong on some other points and was ready to lay this to rest, but this audio is bothering me. Lets discuss honestly here.
Pay attenttion to these 2 audio secitons most...
1) Please pay attention from 6m16sec to 6m27sec in the video as he walks away from his car, turns right, and walks along the sidewalk in front of the wall, the sound from the music should be fading but it doesn't, he is walking up the sidewalk towards the front gate, there is passing car traffic the sound levels should adjust for car traffic and partially drown out the music, but it never does, the music stays steady. Just the acoustics of walking in front of the concrete wall should change the sound but it doesn't.
2) Now notice how loud the music is at around 6m44-45sec when he is inside the mosque, compared to how loud it was at 6m12sec when he was right next to the car. Its actually louder inside the mosque than it was when he was right next to his car. Bear in mind there is sound absorbing carpet, multiple walls for the sound to travel through, and I would guess the car is 25 feet away at this point.