Note: this is my response to bpete WITHOUT the images. To read it with the
images, go here:
That is nonsense. The limo was either stopped or traveling so slowly that
that Jean Hill could speak a long sentence to JFK and expect him to hear
her and respond.
"Mr. President, look this way. We want to take your picture."
She said that to JFK as he was passing her, which means either that he was
passing her at a crawl, or he had stopped completely. And either way, it
renders bpete's claim totally false.
The Moorman photo was DEFINITELY taken on a diagonal, and it's not just
the professor and I who say so. A team of photographic analysts went to
Dealey Plaza to duplicate the Moorman photo, and this is angle that they
The angle was a bit greater than that, in my opinion, but it gives you the
And, Mary had an incentive to take her picture slightly BEFORE the
Kennedys reached her, and that's because that would have caught their
faces. Even a profile shot is not very satisfying. It's better than the
back of the heads, but it's not nearly as good as a shot that captures
their faces directly. And Mary had the time and opportunity to do that.
But, the idea that she would have waited until after is preposterous.
This calls for a swift review:
1. Mary's photo, the one she actually took, must have contained something
that jeopardized the official story of Oswald making all the shots from
the 6th floor window. So, a decision was made to get rid of hers and
replace it with a Polaroid they took of an image captured by Babushka
Lady. However, because the angle was different, the whole perspective was
different, especially of Hargis and Martin, who were captured similar to
how they were captured by Marie Muchmore. So, this, below, is how the
Moorman photo looked before they added the thumbprint.
So, they had to get rid of Martin, who is closest to us, and they did that
with the thumbprint.
He's in there. You can still see his leg coming down. And that's the front
of Martin's motorcycle that we see, the front wheels and headlight and
windshield, etc. However, the toolbox behind Hargis is the back of his
motorcycle. So, we are seeing the front of one motorcycle (Martin's) and
the rear of another (Hargis'), and they were trying to make them look like
The arm and handlebars we see in the lower right are totally fake, and
it's an impossible capture. It's supposed to be a right arm, but notice
first how unphotographic it looks, with a clam-like hand and crude,
stick-like arm. This is lousy art is what it is.
Look at the ridiculous span of that, and that's just to part of his arm.
Imagine if it included his whole body, how ridiculously large the image
would be. That is fake.
Notice on the right below that I did a good job of capturing the field of
the Moorman photo. The backgrounds across the street match pretty darn
well. And the only reason that was possible is because I was turned and
What do you think would have happened if I had faced Elm street squarely?
It would have changed the background immensely, and it never would have
matched. So, the diagonal angle is absolutely essential to duplicate the
Moorman photo. But, shooting it that way, it resulted in the bike rider
entering the camera field as you see above on the right, with the right
arm higher in the image- NOT at the bottom of it- and the left arm also
appearing. It's possible to catch the right arm first if you are facing
Elm Street squarely, but once you turn to your left and start shooting
diagonally, it means that you'll get this result.
So, the capture of BJ Martin's arm in the Moorman photo is definitely
fake, and there are plenty more problems than that, which we'll get into.
But for now, I'll leave you with this: What could possibly make you accept
the FBI story that someone accidentally imposed that thumbprint on the
photo? First, you should try pressing your thumb into some Polaroid photos
because you'll find that it has no effect. If you are willing to accept
their story, then you are just an obedient mole of the Fascist State, and
that's all there is to say. But, if you've got a half a brain AND an
aversion to being lied to, then you know that they put that thumbprint
there on purpose. And once you realize that, you'll soon realize that the
reason I have given you is the reason that they did it: to cover up BJ
Martin who was positioned PHOTOGRAPHICALLY slightly ahead of Hargis and
not behind him.