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The History of Ginbot 7, EZEMA also known as prosperity party usage of fake documentary photos

Tigrai Online July. 23, 2012

Matthew Owens in a hopital

Mr. Matthew Owens in a hospital bed after he received sever beating by a group of people in his neighborhood.


Ginbot 7 and its supporters turn to fake photos to confuse people

Ginbot 7 hired Photoshop experts to produce a fake photo of Prime minster Meles Zenawi in a hospital bed but with a little bit of detective work their lie is exposed. It shows how desperate they are to convince the Ethiopian people Meles is dead. How embarrassing for an organization and its supporters to be consumed by their hate for one man. Their campaign of distortion and poisonous propaganda is showing how politically defeated and morally bankrupt they are.

The photo above shows Matthew Owens from the state of Alabama USA, after he was beat up by a group people. On April 21, 2012 after exchanging racial slurs with a group of black youths, Matthew Owens ran into his home, grabbed two knives and returned to the front yard wielding the blades, minutes later a group of balck people beat him up so bad he ended up in the hospital.

Photoshop faked picture of PM Meles

Photoshop fake picture of PM Meles serculating in facebook

The fake picture above combined Matthew Owens body and Prime Minister’s head using Photoshop to make it look like the Prime Minister is on his death bed. They didn't even care to cover the tattoo on the left shoulder. If you can’t support your propaganda with real evidence why not create one. In the world of Ginbot 7 anything goes as long as it leads to Menlik palace. Tigrai Online staff spent a few hours searching the web using Google's image search algorithm after Ginbot-7 published the fake photo and we were successful to much the fake photo with Mr. Meles's face to the accrual photo of Mr. Mathew Owens. We are sure they have people inside the Ethiopian government but, this time their insiders are able to get them the real photo so they faked their own.

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A lawyer appointed by the Saudi Embassy is following up with investigations and trying to get the Saudis released.

Authorities impounded last week’s edition of the Feteh newspaper

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Sudans Discuss Concession on Oil

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The proposal, issued Sunday during the latest round of talks in Ethiopia between the two countries, raised the possibility that they will be able to work through a deadlock and reach an agreement by the United Nations Security Council's Aug. 2 deadline.