Friday, June 4, 2010

Attack footage

Most of the video footage you see was filmed by the Israelis, who confiscated all of the film on board the ships. Here are a few alternatives though.

Here's the Al-Jazeera footage, just before their correspondent had to stop filming:

A longer video from Russia Today:

Ten minute radio broadcast from Ireland, including an interview with first mate Shane Dillon who was on Challenger 1:

I read in the Sydney Morning Herald that the Mavi Marmara was streaming video live, but I haven't been able to find it. The camerawoman on board another ship managed to hide some of her memory cards but I can't find where her photos are showing. Interviews with the activists show a bloody situation. Apparently several camera-people hid their cards; now if we can only see the photos. More first-hand accounts.

The Guardian has autopsy reports showing that the 9 men killed had 30 bullets in them.

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