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#1 Michael Cross

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Posted 11 September 2014 - 01:16 PM

I was reading the HSCA interview with Richard Lipsey last night and his description of damage to JFK's face caught my attention.

 

Look at the curve of JFK's cheekbone in the attached image.

 

 

 

To my eye it looks to be drawn in as it curves towards the side of his head.

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#2 Michael Cross

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Posted 11 September 2014 - 01:17 PM

Larger version on Robin's site:

 

http://www.jfkassass...0001/BE2_HI.jpg



#3 Michael Cross

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Posted 11 September 2014 - 03:06 PM

Perhaps this isn't a hot topic, and perhaps it belongs in medical evidence.  I know there's consensus that the autopsy photos have bee altered.  Most of the research as far as I know has been on the top of the head/wounds.  

 

The cheek stands out to me - shaded with a pencil.



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Posted 11 September 2014 - 05:15 PM

Hi Michael,

 

I enhanced the photo a little bit by adjusting the contrast and sepia. I did not add or subtract anything. Sometimes sepia can help distinguish shadows better than mere black and white. To my eye, the shadow on his shoulder does appear to be a bit too uniform with the edges nearly straight. I wonder what part of JFK's head/face could have produced such a shape? I simply can't tell if this is odd or normal. As for damage to his face being altered in the photo, I can't tell.

 

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#5 Michael Cross

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Posted 12 September 2014 - 11:06 AM

Thanks Greg.  I'll try to find time to point out what I see in photoshop - without altering the photo, just pointing to areas.

 

I have an art background that may make it more apparent to me, or I could be wrong.

 

Appreciate any and all input.



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Posted 12 September 2014 - 11:24 AM

Without wishing to dampen your enthusiasm it is really an academic exercise. Every photo we've been allowed to see is, to say the least, suspect. Madame Tussauds would provide equally valid evidence.
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Posted 12 September 2014 - 01:26 PM

Agreed.  But let's not lose sight of the importance of tainted evidence as a negative template, if you will.  The Z-film has been altered; accordingly, it is at once worthless as a so-called time clock of the shooting sequence AND invaluable as a signpost to the resources and ultimately the identities of some of the conspiracy's Facilitators.

 

We know that the effigy of JFK at Madame Tussaud's is not the human being it depicts.  But an educated eye likely could identify the sculptor.


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#8 Michael Cross

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Posted 12 September 2014 - 02:58 PM

Without wishing to dampen your enthusiasm it is really an academic exercise. Every photo we've been allowed to see is, to say the least, suspect. Madame Tussauds would provide equally valid evidence.

I don't disagree on the surface.  Charles is more eloquent than I, but finding the marks of the cover up has value, IMO.  Tracing the footprints, if you will, or Mr. Drago's chisel marks.



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Posted 12 September 2014 - 07:04 PM

Can't argue with the logic but I think I could equally posit that we know the sculptor, Gawlers, we won't learn the names and addresses of the parent company shareholders from the photographs. That said I am interested in studying the medical evidence, and Michael, if you are able to reveal something I'll be as keen as anyone here to see it. Anything that brings us another clue.
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