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A Serial Murder Victim or False Flag Proof?

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There's a man who has been reported to be a victim at the nightclub killings in Orlando, the EgyptAir crash, the terror attack at the Ataturk airport in Istanbul, Turkey, and more.

Some false flag conspiracy theorists have used his "presence" at these multiple events as evidence of false flag attacks. The reality appears to be very different. Observers website published an article yesterday, Who is this man who seems to die in every terrorist attack?

The article offers a fascinating alternate explanation for why this man has appeared to be a victim in multiple incidents-- revenge.
Some people exact revenge on ex-girlfriends by posting revenge porn. Apparently, the Observers article reports, multiple people report that this man has "cheated them out of money, ranging from fairly small sums up to about $1,000.

One of them said:
'This man used to be my friend but he's cheated money out of me and at least four people who I know. I lodged both civil and criminal complaints against him, but because the legal proceedings are dragging on and he still hasn't given us back our money, we decided to punish him by posting his photo online. Our goal is to ruin his reputation. We want the whole world to recognise his face.'
So, people who are angry at this man have taken revenge by telling the world he is dead. This is a new twist in the world of today. If you are someone who sees false flags in each tragic event, consider that this is one story that has come to light. it is not benign. People are trying to pull off a fraud. But it is not the one that supports false flag claims. In fact, it requires that every false flag claim be viewed with the consideration that other actors, not suspected false flag perpetrators may be confusing the story, adding elements that are not real.
Here are a few words the Observers aticle received from the man in the pictures:
"My photo is everywhere because of someone who started it as a prank after a legal dispute. I never reported the people who did this to me because, in Mexico, nothing ever happens in these kinds of cases.
Now, my photo has appeared in several stories that were widely shared on Twitter. I contacted several media outlets like the BBC and the New York Times and asked them to delete my photo but they never responded."
Clearly, this kind of deception has not just tricked false flag theorists. Mainstream media have also used the images of this man.
If the conclusions false flag theorists weren't so offensive, particularly the ones saying that children never died at Sandy Hook, in the light of the tragic deaths, this repeat murder victim story would be funny. For me, this is one more reason to not publish claims of false flag attacks.
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