The existence of “crisis actors” entered the spotlight, in the wake of the Boston Bombings, when footage of live, “man on the street” interviews from local Boston TV news stations, were reviewed for further inspection, revealing that some of the same people interviewed at the scene of the crime were also interviewed at the the scene of the reprehensible siege of the citizens of Watertown, MA.
You may recall the body-armored agents of the DHS and Federally-deputized Massachusetts State Police and Boston Police, driving BearCat armored urban assault vehicles (i.e., tanks) systematically breaking down the doors of innocent citizens’ homes and dragging the occupants out onto the streets, while wielding assault rifles.
When I broadcast anything related to the many falsehoods propagated by the Criminal Mainstream Media in relation to the Boston Bombing story shortly after the events, I was bombarded by the rage of family members and friends of the 200+ injured and 3 killed during this incident – or so I thought. I’m beginning to suspect that perhaps some of this tsunami-sized outpouring was by government-paid, sock-puppets, alleging to be these justly-outraged people: such online services are, indeed publicly-acknowledged to be provided by the actors trained by companies like Visionbox CrisisActors.
I wasn’t aware of Visionbox at that time, so the desired effects were achieved – because I stopped talking about the Boston Bombings.
Visionbox Crisis Actors is a “talent agency” for actors, based in Denver Colorado, which is self-described as “…a project of the Colorado Nonprofit Development Center. Crisis Actors is a project of the Colorado Safety Task Force established by Colorado State Senator Steve King.”
Their stated function, in late 2012 was to train actors to help law enforcement professionals in training exercises, by playing everyday citizens during crisis scenarios, such as mass shootings in shopping malls, etc.
Footage reviewed in the wake of the Boston Bombings and the subsequent domestic military siege of Watertown (illegal, by definition), reveal that these crisis actors will continue to “stay in character” and oblige TV news camera crews with their scripted version of events. They will even continue to “stay in character” online, on social media sites and in emails to online publishers, like me.
That’s their job, which various government agencies, masquerading as NGOs are paying them to do. As the Visionbox website, itself said in December 2012, “Crisis Actors can also play the role of citizens calling 911 or mall management, or posting comments on social media websites.”
It has long been speculated that at least a few such disinformational “crisis actors” made their way into the televised coverage, at the scene of the demolished WTC complex during the 9/11 crisis.
Now, we have the actual name of one such government-sponsored service, which trains and pays actors to actually do this: Visionbox CrisisActors. Moreover, the Visionbox site said: “Security camera footage is edited for after-action reports and future training.”
I’d bet this NGO is more than happy to pass along edited footage of “real” events to TV news outlets, who are also happy to save a buck with free footage, starring the Thespian employees of Visionbox CrisisActors, who make a living by playing victims or witnesses during false-flag operations to TV news outlets – the latter of whom may or may not be unsuspecting in their own involvement in perpetrating fraud – or to be more charitable, Psychological Operations – all in the interests of our own National Security, of course!
To quote Marine Colonel Peter Martino (Ret.), from a video I sent a few days ago of a Concord, New Hampshire city council public hearing held in November 2013:
“What’s happening here is we’re building a domestic military, because its unlawful or unconstitutional to use American troops on American soil…
“I saw a picture in the Boston Globe after the Marathon bombing where there was a state police officer – actually there were two officers – both had identical helmets, flak jackets, weapons, everything I wore in Iraq – only it was all blue.
“The officer on one side had a big patch on his back that said Massachusetts State Police. Another officer next to him, his patch said Boston Police.
“So what we’re doing here, and let’s not kid ourselves about it, we’re building a domestic army and we’re shrinking the military because the government is afraid of its own citizens.” — Marine Colonel Pete Martino (Ret.)
Please do not take mainstream TV news at face value, anymore, people!
The full text that was recorded by the uploader of this YouTube video, as what was published on the website, www.Visionbox.org in December of 2012.
The current pages at that address do not refer to these activities but the splash page for http://crisisactors.org, which requires that you sign-in makes no bones about what their job is. I encourage all readers of this to visit that page, for yourselves to see what’s going on – and if you’re unemployed and looking for acting work, you might even land yourself a job!
DENVER, CO, October 31, 2012 — A new group of actors is now available nationwide for active shooter drills and mall shooting full-scale exercises, announced Visionbox, Denver’s leading professional actors studio.
Visionbox Crisis Actors are trained in criminal and victim behavior, and bring intense realism to simulated mass casualty incidents in public places.
The actors’ stage acting experience, ranging from Shakespeare to contemporary American theater, enables them to “stay in character” throughout an exercise, and improvise scenes of extreme stress while strictly following official exercise scenarios.
The actors regularly rehearse scenarios involving the Incident Command System and crisis communications, and appear in interactive training films produced in both 2D and stereoscopic 3D.
Producers Jennifer McCray Rincon and John Simmons formed the group to demonstrate emerging security technologies, help first responders visualize life-saving procedures, and assist trainers in delivering superior hands-on crisis response training.
For example, with a large shopping center, the producers review all security camera views and design dramatic scenes specifically for existing camera angles, robotic camera sweeps, and manually-controlled camera moves.
The producers then work with the trainers to create a “prompt book” for the actors so that key scenario developments can be triggered throughout the mall shooting simulation, and caught on tape.
The actors can play the part of the shooters, mall employees, shoppers in the mall, shoppers who continue to arrive at the mall, media reporters and others rushing to the mall, and persons in motor vehicles around the mall.
Visionbox Crisis Actors can also play the role of citizens calling 911 or mall management, or posting comments on social media websites.
During the exercise, the producers use two-way radio to co-direct the Crisis Actors team from the mall dispatch center and at actors’ locations.
Within this framework, the exercise can test the mall’s monitoring and communications systems, the mall’s safety plan including lockdown and evacuation procedures, the ability of first responders and the mall to coordinate an effective response, and their joint ability to respond to the media and information posted on the Internet.
Security camera footage is edited for after-action reports and future training.
For more information visit www.Visionbox.org and www.CrisisActors.org.