I've brought up how in History of Video Games Part 3 Bores stole b-roll from the CNBC documentary "Game On: The Unauthorized History of Video Games". Well, this just came to my attention.
A user named BritishGermanKid did some research on the footage Bores used in Part 4. He sent multiple links to vicviper592 who in turn sent the links to me.
Do these videos look familiar? They're the very same ones Bores used in his video, without giving credit.
Now, let's see all the possible places he could have credited them.
The Description? Nope, only enough room for "Yep, it's finally here!"
The end of the video? Nope, just the credit. "Writer", Producer, Editor Chris Bores.
So Bores uses this footage and doesn't even the decency to cite these people as his source. Tsk tsk, very unprofessional.
This also means Bores is still a plagiarist. If it isn't lines and ideas, it's footage that he didn't get himself.
UPDATE: You'll notice MrF4brice (the man playing Shark Jaws) commented on Bores' video pointing out how he stole it. How long until it's deleted?
UPDATE 2: Bores changed the description to give credit to MrF4brice. However he gets the username and the name of the game wrong (it's Shark Jaws not Shark Attack you idiot!)
Thanks to vicviper592 for sending me these videos and thanks BritishGermanKid for spending time finding them.
BritishGermanKid's account: http://www.youtube.com/user/BritishGermanKid
vicviper592's account: http://www.youtube.com/user/vicviper592