Okay, his gloves are white because he was shot in the back. Anybody know enough about the gun used? I'm guessing the bullet didn't exit his chest, hence why there is no blood on his gloves
Regarding proper CPR procedure, is it true that they should have put his arms at his side? I know that, yeah, you're not supposed to do compressions and mouth-to-mouth at the same, but I'm guessing shock and emotion trumped reason... or are things different when it's a gun-shot wound? And why are his feet prompt up like that?
I guess there's a lot wrong with this CPR procedure, but considering the circumstances (the lady doing mouth-to-mouth looks like a civilian that just happened to be passing by, not a medical professional), this is not the "smoking gun evidence" these conspiracy theorists are claiming.
However, one of the people trying to save Nathan Cirillo's life was a nurse.
But, wouldn't an actual false-flag look more professional? Wouldn't "they" make the CPR look legit rather than full of mistakes that could be "debunked" on Youtube?
This one is equally stupid:
But at 2:42, you can see the real paramedics that have taken over, and the cops have cleared the area (which is evidence for a conspiracy, for some reason).
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