Survivor of Virginia shooting, Vicki Gardner, speaks out

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Gardner had dropped to the ground after the shooter, Vester Lee Flanagan [aka Bryce Williams], targeted Parker and Ward.
“The only thing I could think of was ‘play dead,’ ” Gardner said. “I just fell to the ground as though I had been hit.”
Parker, 24, and Ward, 27, were interviewing Gardner, the executive director of the Roanoke Chamber of Commerce, at the Smith Mountain Lake Visitor Center when Flanagan ambushed them.
Flanagan ended up striking Gardner in the back. She thought that was the end.
“I knew, the next shot, he was just gonna shoot me in the head, because that was what he was doing,” she said. “When he shot me in the back, I said, ‘I’m gonna be paralyzed, darn. And then, I waited. “They say the world goes in front of you, and it did real fast, and I said, ‘I’m ready, I’m ready.”
But there was no next shot. Flanagan had fled, and police arrived within minutes.
Gardner, who is expected to make a full recovery, said she watched the horrific video of the shooting.
“So that I can put my mind at peace that I’m not conjuring up something that wasn’t,” she said. “You can’t take this and bury it. It’ll be a long path. I need to watch it.”
The 41-year-old Flanagan, a disgruntled ex-employee of WDBJ-TV in Roanoke, fired a total of 17 shots from a Glock pistol, authorities said.
He fatally shot himself in the head after a police chase.

Gardner’s Fox interview is not yet on YouTube. Here’s an older video of Gardner’s husband, Tim, talking about his wife  being shot:

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UPDATE:

Vicki Gardner’s LinkedIn page says she’s been Executive Director at Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber for 13 years, since 2002.
A people search engine says there’s a Vicki Gardner, age 60s, who lives in Goodview, VA, with a Timothy J. Gardner among her relatives. Goodview, VA, is about 10 miles northwest of Moneta, VA, where Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce is located.
From the above, it appears that Vicki Gardner is who she says she is.
~Éowyn

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0 responses to “Survivor of Virginia shooting, Vicki Gardner, speaks out

  1. I’m sure her face is out there, somewhere, in another false flag op situation. I’m to the point that I do not believe in any of these shootings. It’s all bull

     
  2. UPDATE:
    Vicki Gardner’s LinkedIn page says she’s been Executive Director at Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber for 13 years, since 2002.
    A people search engine says there’s a Vicki Gardner, age 60s, who lives in Goodview, VA, with a Timothy J. Gardner among her relatives. Goodview, VA, is about 10 miles northwest of Moneta, VA, where Smith Mountain Lake Regional Chamber of Commerce is located.
    From the above, it appears that Vicki Gardner is who she says she is.

     
  3. So, she will have to refuse to talk about it too much, or be very careful not to mess-up the story line.

     
  4. I guess it’s POSSIBLE she wasn’t involved in the “false flag event”,and was included to bring actual credibility. A survivor could still be useful,even if she wasn’t “in the loop”,as long as she wasn’t told what the REAL story was. The Media could ask her anything about what happened,and she could tell the truth,because it was REAL,to HER.

     
  5. I am a nurse and have never seen someone recovering from a gunshot wound to the back, which would have required surgery, looking like Ms. Gardner. Unlike the Boston “victims” who had over the top hair, make up and clothing, Ms. G’s appearance/make up is more understated, she still looks way too pulled together for someone who is in hospital after being shot and recovering from surgery. She should be positioned on her side; her face would have some trace of the tape used while she was under anesthesia and short term oxygen cannula in her nose with marks from the elastic over her cheeks; she would have had IVs and many patients need to have their needle reinserted, resulting in bruising on both arms. If any internal organs were compromised, she would have required a Central Line which would have a dressing on her neck. The biggest “tell” to me is her hair. Everyone I have known has dirty, bed-head hair and no one recovering from surgery would have freshly washed hair. How “corny” is the “shield” of Pom Pom flowers she is holding while sitting up in bed! Is it further staging and as a play on her name (Gardner)?

     
  6. She looks to be in mighty good health to me for someone who suffered a near-fatal gunshot wound mere weeks before. Maybe she’s a fast healer.

     
  7. well, don’t forget we’re told she walked herself onto the ambulance! How’s that for Wonder Woman? And yet she had part of her colon and one kidney removed.
    And if we go by Flanagan’s writings, he used hollow point bullets…you know, the kind that explode once they’re inside of you. But she walked herself onto the ambulance.
    I’m not a nurse, but 2 + 2 still = 4, not 100 as we’re asked to believe.
    What total b.s.

     
  8. And yet another case of the facts don’t add up.
    Love the smoke and mirrors with the flowers though.

     
  9. For someone who got shot in the back and lost a kidney, she looked like she hadn’t lost a pound, color, or the bounce in her step. 1 month recovered…..she should be on Jim bakker show

     
  10. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this informative and remarkable post. She really looks lovely, in spite of all of her terrible sufferings! May God continue to help her and her family and friends.

     
  11. Her Facebook “recovery page” set up by her husband said she was walking around the halls and hanging out with her dog after only a few days. One woman wished her luck in beating her cancer. It is possible this woman was just caught up in everyone wishing her good health or she is an actual friend. It would be a great casting move to cast someone in this role who really did need to have surgery. Did she need to have her kidney removed because it was cancerous? A Google search brought up a Vicki Gardner in relation to some cancer charities/events.

     

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