A sequence of events is documented and circulated.   Viewers see and hear a narrative, absorbing information from the recording. People arrive at different conclusions about what happened, based on their knowledge and understanding of context. There is nothing new about this.

Under some circumstances it is necessary to ascertain a relatively objective view of the narrative. In other cases, it doesn’t really matter what individuals believe.

There could be important issues to be considered within such a piece of information. If the terms of reference are understood in the relevant time and place, then all is well.

Folks in other locations might be interested in the situation. In some cases, they might even perceive things that are not clear to those who are directly involved.

The real optics should be perceived accurately by those closest to the location. The rest is noise.