Kevin Neish, one of the Canadian participants on the Mavi Marmara's attempt to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza, is still having trouble keeping his story straight. In fact there are so many inconsistencies to his recounting of events, it's hard to keep track of them all.
(I may or may not update this later. Neish's credibility is so nonexistent on this matter it may not be worth the effort, but here's one more just for now:)
At the 7:11 point of the video below, Kevin Neish, talking to an audience in Vancouver on June 18, 2010, describing the violence between the Turkish activists and the Israelis boarding the Mavi Marmara says, "I didn't see the first shots, so don't even ask me."
EYEWITNESS REPORT: ISRAELI PIRACY ON THE FREEDOM FLOTILLAS - 4/8 from working TV on Vimeo.
But in his interview with Carol MacNeil on June 3, 2010 at the 7:25 point of the interview you can see through this link, in claiming that the Turks didn't fire at the Israelis, Neish says "there was no gunfire from the ship."
He has consistently said the Turks on board the ships didn't use guns, but Neish has now admitted he "didn't see the first shots" so how would he know who fired them and where they came from?
What strikes me as incredible is that every time Neish retells this story, it changes to suit his purpose, which is the hallmark of a pathological liar.
Evidently Neish didn't learn a lesson of which people with integrity are well aware; Tell the truth, that way you don't have to keep track of your lies.
UPDATE: June 22 - Blogger Blazing Cat Fur has provided an interesting footnote to Kevin Neish's evening of song & dance.