BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | China says Tibet video is 'a lie'
Ok, I just watched the video and it wasn't thrown together from different sources... although the footage is grainy, it's not edited in any noticable fashion and looks pretty legit to me.... speaking as a professional video editor and the sort.China says video footage that purportedly shows Chinese security personnel violently beating Tibetans last year is "a lie".
The video apparently shows protesters being beaten with sticks, and kicked and choked by China's security forces.
The Tibetan government-in-exile says the footage shows China's "brutality".
But a Chinese government official said many of the images and voices in the video had been pieced together from different sources.
The video-sharing site YouTube has recently been blocked in China, which could be because the site had been carrying the contentious video......
China can't explain this away, sorry to say.... and besides, I don't think people in Tibet have fancy computers and technology to edit the video as claimed.
Not to mention, but if anybody ever worked with low quality files, you will realize that once you start editing them, they turn to crap and the changes are very noticable.