Author, researcher and photo analyst Leroy Blevins Sr combs over the cctv footage released last week in some detail and in, an an update (above), shares his thoughts the second man discovered in Donal MacIntyre’s documentary.
A still from Donal MacIntyre’s TV3 documentary about Trevor Deely’s disappearance
Further to your post about the Trevor Deely footage. In the CCTV video footage released by the Gardaí last week – showing Trevor enter and later exit that bank gate – Trevor’s shoulder doesn’t edge in front of the view of the redbrick pillar as he entered (see here, from 3.06).
But the still used in MacIntyre’s documentary, above, clearly shows the person on the left edging in front of the view of the pillar (see here, at 21.54) as a man stands on his right.
Confusingly, as Mr MacIntyre’s documentary showed the still, Mr MacIntyre, in a voiceover, says: “As Trevor left the building he was seen again on the camera which had captured him on the way in.”
So it’s not clear if this was supposed to be a still of Trevor entering or exiting the gate.
Either way, the Garda CCTV footage does show Trevor edge in front of the pillar when heleaves the building (see here, at 2.04) but there is no man on his right, at this point.
Harcourt Street Garda Station, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2
Newly ‘forensically-enhanced’ VHS footage of cctv showing the moments Trevor Deely was last recorded on camera.
It features a man talking to Trevor outside the rear entrance of Bank of Ireland Asset Management offices on Wilton Terrace, Dublin 2 during a Christmas party at the bank in the early hours of December 8th, 2000.
And later, what may be the same man is seen following Trevor in nearby Haddington Road, Dublin 4 where he was last seen.