In the second Brown Moses Podcast Eliot speaks to Peter Jukes, who spent 8 months live-tweeting the UK phone hacking trials, and is about to publish the book Beyond Contempt – the Inside Story of the Phone Hacking Trial, currently available for pre-order.
While frequently you may find yourself trying to find the location on one video, sometimes you may be faced with the opposite, finding the location of multiple videos. In this article I’ll explain one technique that can be used to make the task of finding the locations of multiple videos from one geographical area a…
In the aftermath of the August 21st Sarin attack in Damascus, videos and photographs of the remains of an unusual type of munition were posted online from various impact locations in Eastern Ghouta. These munitions were largely unknown at the time, but since August 21st an ever increasing amount of information have been gathered about…
Thomas Hegghammer comes back on the show to discuss the ISIS caliphate declaration, including the risks and rewards of the declaration, and the reactions thus far from the jihadi community.
The following video, titled “FSA Terrorists Massacre Imprisoned Syrian Army Soldiers in Quneitra, Golan Heights (18+)”, was posted on the YouTube channel Eretz Zen War Vids, claiming to show evidence that Syrian opposition groups executed prisoners.
On the Brown Moses Blog I’m frequently working on authenticating videos, and one very useful technique is using information in the video to confirm the location the video was filmed. In this article, I’ll explain some of the techniques I use to identify those locations, using tools available to anyone with a internet connection.
One piece of software that’s freely available to anyone and has become a very useful tool in the open source investigators toolbox is Google Earth.