September 11, 2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton was arrested while attending the fifteenth anniversary of the 9-11 memorial. It was videotaped and hard to debunk considering her hands are cuffed behind her.
The photo below shows Hillary's arms pinned behind her and a woman, probably an FBI agent has hold of her arm as it is handcuffed.
Another woman walks behind to block the camera. Another man comes around. Hillary is resisting.
Her arms are clearly pinned behind her back. The bald headed man moves in to assist in the arrest. The woman the farthest away from Hillary spreads her legs apart to push Hillary forward.
She is then shoved forward towards the black van. People move in to block the cameras.
Hillary stumbles down.
Note the two female FBI agents move with her. A man on the right moves in to block.
Now what? This does present a problem for those who select presidents of the United States of America. We are left with only Donald Trump. But wait, she wasn't arrested we are told. She was sick. Not feeling well. However just the night before she attended a Barbara Streisand fund raiser concert and never stumbled and had no health problems. It was hot out we're told. She was dehydrated. She only needed a drink of water her doctor says. However prior to leaving for the memorial she was asked how she felt and she said she was fine. Why were her hands clasped behind her back? In the video the bald headed man grabs her arm as she is pushed toward the van and her arm doesn't move forward. It is cuffed behind her back.
Think about this for a moment as I have, arrested in public at the 9-11 memorial. Reminiscent of John F. Kennedy who was shot in public. Perhaps a statement to someone, or something. I will post more on this over the next two days and probably have a video on it as well. On the video I will be able to zoom in on Hillary so we can see her arms bound behind her back. I already have it and have looked at it. It's hard to debunk. I've tried. Her hands are bound behind her.
You can watch the video here courtesy of Russia Today.