Nicholas Kollerstrom, at TerrorOnTheTube.co.uk, has written Terror hits Tunisia.
According to Nicholas Kollerstrom:
1. RT 27th: 01:36 GMT: There were three attackers in the Tunisian massacre, Interior Ministry spokesman Mohammed Ali Aroui told reporters.
One of the men was was killed, one was arrested and another escaped...
2. According to Craig Murray: One BBC correspondent said that he was tipped off that something was going to happen so stayed away from the beach...
3. In the video clip of the Gunman running along the beach 'we see another man running a few metres behind him, that can only be another gunman as nobody else would risk being shot by running behind him like that'…
4. Fabricated Photos
"The gunman strolling along the beach is of no interest to most of the group behind him.
"People are not running for their lives and many are not looking at him at all.
"He is not casting a shadow and the day looks pretty dull.
"In other pictures, the sunlight is intense and the shadows dense and sharp.
"That means that the stroll-along-the-beach photo could not have been taken on the same day. Curious."
5. "The 'Horrifying amateur footage of Tunisia attacks unfolding' looks to be pure computer generated imagery from beginning to end.
"The bland colouring and lack of detail is the giveaway.
"The same is true of the gunman-running-along-the-beach video.
"In another picture, the gunman aimlessly wanders the brilliantly lit street, looking for somewhere to pray and get shot; his shadow is intense and there is a lot of 'ghosting' around him that you do not seen in other pictures.
"The shadows cast by the gunman and the wall are inconsistent with the same sun angle.
"That has to be fake as well. There is a claim from a poster on the Chris Spivey site that he took a screenshot of that photo three days before the Tunisian incident occurred."
Continued here: Terror hits Tunisia
It is believed by some people that elements of the Tunisian police helped the attackers to carry out their attack.
TUNISIA - FALSE FLAG ATTACK ON HOTELS - SOUSSE.
The Tunisian authorities and the mainstream media cannot necessarily be trusted.
Tunisian police have arrested the alleged girlfriend of Seifeddine.
Allegedly, she was spotted on the same beach two weeks before the attack.
The girlfriend has denied having any knowledge of the plot, Tunisian newspaper Assarih has said.
Murdoch runs The Times.
An alleged hotel worker, 24-year-old Yasser Madi from Stoke-on-Trent, alleges that he saw Seifeddine checking his phone - two weeks before the attack.
The Times reports that Seifeddine made a final ten-second call to an accomplice before the attack and then threw his Samsung Galaxy phone into the sea.
The man he called was a known jihadi in Hay al-Tadamon, Tunis, the Times claims.
Police tracked his contact down after getting his phone out of the sea.
During interrogations, the suspect revealed that Seifeddine had been recruited by Ansar al-Sharia.
(Ansar al-Sharia, linked to al Qaeda, is believed to work for the CIA.)
Officers looking for the Sousse attackers have been showing locals in Sousse pictures of a white estate car.
This follows rumours that the attackers were renting a nearby holiday apartment for up to two weeks.
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It is believed by some that the attackers were a Mossad/NATO team.
The mainstream media appears to be part of a cover up.
The UK Foreign Office (which runs MI6) paid £1.4 million to a security firm, run by its own former advisers, to train counter-terror units in Tunisia and advise on threats to public safety.
The UK security firm is Aktis Strategy and it was founded in 2013 by Andrew Rathmell, 49, a former deputy director of the Strategy Unit at the Foreign Office.
Rathmell was in charge of Aktis's Tunis office earlier in 2015.
His fellow directors are Alex Martin, former First Secretary at the Foreign Office, and Matthew Waterfield, 43, who worked for the UK government in Sierra Leone and Nigeria.