I saw an interesting thing on the TV coverage of this (attempted?) killing. As they often do, they showed the footage again and again, so Iâ€™m quite sure Iâ€™m not mistaken. Abu Dhabi TV apparently got to the scene of the burning car of Mohammed Def first. They showed a wounded man being taken out of the car. It was not possible to see his face. There is some suspicion that this is Def, and this is why theyâ€™re not sure that he is dead.
The footage continues. A few scenes later, you can
clearly see a young boy, in a bright yellow T-shirt, very actively keeping passers-by from coming near what looks like part of the car-wreckage. I got the impression someone had told him to do this, and he, proud of his mission, was fulfilling it most conscientiously, very cocky and full of himself. A few scenes later, I could see the same boy, wearing the same bright yellow T-shirt, being helped towards an ambulance, as if he were wounded. Now, if it werenâ€™t for that bright yellow T-shirt I probably wouldnâ€™t have made the connection, but I saw it about three or four times and it was definitely the same boy.
So 16 kids were injured, were they? I wonder.