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3D Model Showed Controversial Photo of John F. Kennedy’s Assassin Is Not a Fake

Doubts surrounded the incriminating photo since Kennedy was assassinated in 1963

By Erin Blakemore
smithsonian.com
October 19, 2015

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/3d-model-just-proved-authenticity-controversial-photo-jfks-assassin-180956991/#Vhce2ROu6DHRUwIA.99

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The government and the media did such a propaganda mind trip on the American people which continues to this day, that most young folks will never know (confused), or even want to know the truth (weary and non- relevant),about what was taken away from them. “Sheeple” forever is the goal, and it works well enough that it is repeated every year at this time Re- -propped…like clockwork!

Just my opinion.........

Bill

Edited by William O'Neil
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The government and the media did such a propaganda mind trip on the American people which continues to this day, that most young folks will never know (confused), or even want to know the truth (weary and non- relevant),about what was taken away from them. “Sheeple” forever is the goal, and it works well enough that it is repeated every year at this time Re- -propped…like clockwork!

Just my opinion.........

Bill

The Magician's tricks only work on those who want to believe them. The public, despite the polls showing a majority of people believing in a JFK conspiracy, does not really want to know the whole truth, as it is far too frightening. We might have to wake up the next morning and realize that everything we are told by the US government is mostly lies, and everything we watch on the "News" is a well orchestrated play, and not reality.

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3D Model Showed Controversial Photo of John F. Kennedy’s Assassin Is Not a Fake

Doubts surrounded the incriminating photo since Kennedy was assassinated in 1963

By Erin Blakemore

smithsonian.com

October 19, 2015

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/3d-model-just-proved-authenticity-controversial-photo-jfks-assassin-180956991/#Vhce2ROu6DHRUwIA.99

Please, now magic 3-D. It's not LHO, period. This is JFK assassination101.

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Garbage in, garbage out.

Exactly, Bob. Farid has taken the original photo and worked on that instead of correcting the perspective.

This the photo he worked on. (Note the perspective of the posts at the rear of Oswald.)

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This is the model he made from that photo.

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Compare that to this corrected perspective photo.

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Let us see Farid try his software on the lower photo.

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Garbage in, garbage out.

Precisely. Where is the data? The specific methodology? Can other researchers download it from a web site? Can I?

One thing I swear and guarantee about my humble investigation: Every single file that I use does not belong to me. They all belong to The People.

Soon I will be posting them in a public web site.

Dale Myers (and you, the reader) will have full access to my files. OTOH, the only ones who know the contents of Dale Myers' hard disk are himself and God.

-Ramon

Edited by Ramon F. Herrera
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This controversial Backyard Photo was apparently taken at "214 West Neely Street". The house faces to the north, and the photos were taken with the camera pointed toward the east. In the photo under discussion (the version given to George de Mohrenschildt), Oswald appears to be teetering, tilted both toward the house (north), and toward the camera (west). Many think that he could not have sustained this posture; that he was either in the process of falling, or was tethered to something behind him.

My hypothesis predicts that Oswald, and his cohorts, crafted puzzles into all of their activities for us to ponder.

To anagram the address "214 West Neely Street", we first need to change the "214" to letters using "ICO's" key below:

(A=0)(B=1)(C=2)(D=3)(E=4)(F=5)(G=6)(H=7)(I=8)(J=9)(K=10)(L=11)(M=12)(N=13)(O=14)(P=15)(Q=16)(R=17)(S=18)(T=19)(U=20)(V=21)(W=22)(X=23)(Y=24)(Z=25)

Changing the "214" to "CBE", the address to puzzle becomes "CBE WEST NEELY STREET", which anagrams to:

"LEE TEETERS N-WEST, BY C"

"C" stands for "Case Nagell", and there are at least three possibilities:

(1) It's just a coincidence, and we know that coincidence is in the nature of anagrams.

(2) Richard Case Nagell chose Oswald's rental address because of its puzzle value.

(3) Richard puzzled out the address of the house where Oswald lived and realized that he could embed puzzles in the photos that corresponded to anagrams of the house address.

My hypothesis corresponds with either #2 or #3 above.

Here is another interesting anagram of "214 West Neely Street":

"YES, STREET BETWEEN 'C', 'L'"

"NEELY STREET" is in fact between Canty ("C"), and Lockhart ("L").

https://www.google.com/maps/place/W+Neely+St,+Dallas,+TX/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x864e99843f5ed26b:0x4b047a88cf4ed40d?dg=dbrw&newdg=1

Tom

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Garbage in, garbage out.

That says it very well. His posture is certainly enough, but there are so many other things that say it is fake. Let me see. The US Gov wants us to buy the lone nut story, this is a US Gov study that confirms their story. I'm amazed.

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Garbage in, garbage out.

Exactly, Bob. Farid has taken the original photo and worked on that instead of correcting the perspective.

This the photo he worked on. (Note the perspective of the posts at the rear of Oswald.)

Back%20yard%20photosCE133A_zpskvrjrq3w.j

This is the model he made from that photo.

farid%20c_zpsxfby0byq.jpg

Compare that to this corrected perspective photo.

Back%20yard%20photosCE133Aperspective_zp

Let us see Farid try his software on the lower photo.

wonder why that shadow under his nose is not in the same direction as his body shadow? Did he address that somewhere that I missed?

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Well, a lot of things can be done with digital wizardry. To me, the 3d model is not in the same leaning stance as the photo. I consider myself to have excellent balance and core strength, and there's no way I could lean like that. It just looks so bad, it's embarrassing. And, the lines of the stair support and garage are way off kilter. Me thinks that those should be straight., too. <_<

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Well, a lot of things can be done with digital wizardry. To me, the 3d model is not in the same leaning stance as the photo. I consider myself to have excellent balance and core strength, and there's no way I could lean like that. It just looks so bad, it's embarrassing. And, the lines of the stair support and garage are way off kilter. Me thinks that those should be straight., too. <_<

and he doesn't even address the fact that in the pictures (depending on print quality) you can actually see the grass and plant limbs through Oswalds image (meaning the body and been inserted onto an existing print)

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