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WHAT THE? Did Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the Accused Bastille Day Terrorist, Post a Video Claiming He Didn’t Do It 2 Days Later?

So what exactly is going on here? And why aren’t any major media outlets anywhere attempting to clear up this confusion, if that’s all it is?

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WHAT THE? Did Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the Accused Bastille Day Terrorist, Post a Video Claiming He Didn’t Do It 2 Days Later?



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Here’s a conspiracy for you.

On the left above is a picture of Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the accused Bastille Day terrorist who reportedly drove a truck through a crowd leaving 84 dead and 202 injured in Nice France on the evening of July 14th and who was later reportedly found dead in the passenger seat of the truck.

On the right above is a man who says he is the 31-year-old Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel from Tunisia being splashed all over the media as the Bastille Day terrorist mass murderer, but he claims that he didn’t have anything to do with it and has no idea what’s going on in a cell phone video (below) uploaded on July 16th, two days after the awful attack (and after he was supposedly found dead).

Of course none of this is being reported here, if even just to clarify that it’s all just a case of mistaken identity…

This is what’s being reported by Egypt Today (link archived, translated via Google Translate):

Video Mohamed Lahouel Bouhlel: “I totally unconnected with the facts of Nice

Nice attack, video puts in doubt the real identity bomber

A video posted by YouTube poses a disturbing question about the identity of the author of the massacre of Nice, identified as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, Tunisian aged 31, originally from Msakna, a village close to Sousse. In the video, which lasts 40 seconds, a man who really seems to correspond to the stretches of Bouhel face, says he has heard the news of the attack and being totally unconnected with the facts of Nice.

“I saw my picture on Facebook, referred to as that of the author of the Nice massacre. I want to tell you that I find myself Msakna, south of Sousse, and I know nothing of this story. Please, please, to make inquiries before putting in trouble the people,” says the man. In the video are then shown pictures car shooting on which he is traveling, to prove that this is really the small town in Tunisia.

A man who identified himself as Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhel had among other things reported at the end of 2013 to have lost identity card and driving license. His appeal to riportagli documents is still traceable on the web. A case of coincidence or similarity? Or just a further complication that is in addition to an investigation already so tangled?

Although he has his mouth open in the second picture (a screen cap from the video below), the two men do look strikingly similar…

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So what exactly is going on here? And why aren’t any major media outlets anywhere attempting to clear up this confusion, if that’s really all it is?

It wouldn’t be the first time someone said the details in the Nice attack do not add up…

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