Amandment: On YouTube, the Mandaa&Shyy video was shown as being four hours before her death. At this point, it was difficult to understand why she was still online, especially after the cops had arrived 3 weeks before. After the documentary ‘The Sextortion of Amanda Todd’ it was clear, as Norm said, that the arrival of the cops was no big deal.
So – we’re slowly but surely getting to the destination – an ultimate denouement of the Amanda Todd story. There’s quite a long way to go, but for the moment we will look at a key element in the exposure of the faking of this story – the Ustream activity. My last post left with this, which bears a repetition:
Joined: November 22, 2010
Last signed in: October 26, 2012
So – she’s signed in 16 days after her death. Can this be true? It is, if you follow my theory that she is still alive and well, spending time under close supervision in one of the Lodges at Riverview Hospital, Coquitlam or Surrey Memorial Hospital. But let’s try to look at it in an unbiased fashion.
None of her other accounts have been accessed. I can only assume that her Facebook account was closed at some point, maybe even recently, being seen as the cause of major problems. I guess that her isabella100555 YouTube channel was also closed for similar reasons, though it lasted well into 2011, if not longer. Those close to her might have taken two courses of action with the Ustream account: to leave her online presence intact as a sort of memorial, or to do their best to wipe out any potential embarrassment by deleting all her history. There is a faint possibility that the police might have wanted all history left alone for a while so that they could investigate all comments and connections.
So who – if they knew her – accessed her account on October 26th? and why? There’s not much in the way of information to be seen – no hidden secrets – so no direct need to access the account. And why wouldn’t the family delete the account if they could access it? As we will soon see, the Mandaa&Shyy video gives away some major pointers to the flaws of the story. Wouldn’t they want it gone?
Was it Shyy? She might have known a password. But again, why? Wouldn’t she have wanted to delete the videos she appears in, knowing that they are evidence of naughty behaviour?
So it possibly leaves a hacker. Was it someone who wanted access to the Mandaa&Shyy video? Why would a hacker bother?
This is a big question. However, it could be completely irrelevant or it could be the biggest clue ever to support my theory. Rest assured, it’s not the only clue.
So we come to the very odd and suspicious Mandaa&Shyy video.
Does this video seem familiar? It is currently featured on YouTube as being rare footage, or as having been filmed 4 hours before she killed herself. Easy enough to find – without a proper soundtrack, and cut short by two or three minutes that is.
So – let’s investigate. What does it show? Innocent kids messing about in their room? Or a hint at something more – like preparation to do a ‘show’?
Let’s look at three things: firstly, what is said at about 9:25 in the video? It sounds like ‘Why is there a moderator in here?’ Next, at 10:39 there’s the remark from ‘Shyy’ – ‘They like to see me’. Who are ‘they’, and what do ‘they’ like to see? And why the fuss about a moderator? Highly suspicious, if you ask me!
But more crucially, look at the date of the video. According to the story, the police virtually beat down the door of Amanda’s house at 4am in the morning on December 23rd, 2010. (The reasons behind this will be explained later.) At this point, things would have exploded. This video simply just does not fit.
Think for a minute. According to the story, in January 2011, when this video was made, Amanda had been stalked for months, and had been blackmailed by the mysterious (and imaginary) online predator. We don’t have dates for the beginning of the stalking, but even if we assume it’s as late on in 2010 as October or November, she’s been stalked for at least 2-3 months. If she knew she had been stalked by someone as yet still unknown, if her parents knew she was still at risk, if anyone knew she was under threat, isn’t it odd that she is quite happily online in January 2011? She certainly shows no signs of duress, no hesitance. And we’re not even sure what they are up to.
But add in the events of December 23rd, 2010. The police have arrived. At the ungodly hour of 4am. Your photo (or is it video?) has been sent to every school friend, to teachers, to family, supposedly by some vile predator. Everyone knows you’ve been on BlogTV. You are a Capper celebrity. You are devastated. Your family is devastated. Your reputation is in tatters. So what would the response be? Well, it’s very likely that you would have already been off Facebook, owing to the threat. Your family would have insisted. But no – from the video, we can see Amanda is on Facebook. Even though she has been stalked, she is still on Facebook. But maybe we’ll allow for that – you’ve still got to remain in touch with friends.
So, knowing what has happened, the very LEAST the parents would have done would be to make sure she’s supervised. There would have been a cloak of protection around her, not just from family but from authorities. That is, if it were all true, of course. But no. Three weeks after possibly the most cataclysmic event in her life, Amanda Todd is quite cheerfully back on the webcam, singing, flirting, getting boys to say she’s ‘hot’, as if nothing happened. No parental supervision, no worried look, no temerity. It simply does not make sense.
This is where the story begins to really look flawed. I think I’ve written enough for today, and I’m not sure whether the narrative has become jumbled. But again, I would appreciate any comments or assistance.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.