Observers A and B are in a box 1 m cubed, which has holes at its ends. A and B are at the holes.
An Orange and Green clock enters the box through one hole and A takes a picture. The photo shows both clocks read 0 seconds. Apart from colour, both seem identical and move side-by-side at 1 atom apart.
Light from the flash passes the clocks and reflects back from the other end towards them.
Observer B records both clocks having the same time as they leave the box.
The clocks move at one meter per second past A and B. And as far as the observers can tell the clocks move in a straight line.
The observers are tasked with preparing a report on the speed of light with respect to (wrt) them and the clocks.
They conclude that both clocks travel in a straight line at 1m/s.
Both clocks read the same time.
Special relativity theory says that the speed of the light flash is constant inside the box.
Wrt A and B the speed at which the clocks move away from and towards the light flash is c-V and c+V respectively.
Special relativity says that the speed of the light flash towards and away from the clocks is c (the clocks can be considered as moving observers).
Paradox: I will add more information from outside the box that will create a paradox within the box. Before I do that, is there anything missing/wrong with their report?