Jack White Posted January 3, 2006 Share Posted January 3, 2006 (edited) The matter of Altgens photos is very suspicious. The foremost early researchers of photos were Robert Cutler and Richard Sprague. On their 1970 map of Dealey Plaza in COMPUTERS AND AUTOMATION they show only FOUR Altgens photos: 2. subject not shown, Main and Houston 3. subject not shown, Main and Houston 6. limo on Elm, front view, shot to throat 7. limo on Elm, back view, Hill on trunk Note that these two foremost experts did not tell about Altgens exposures 1, 4, 5 and 8. Altgens himself disavowed taking exposures 5 and 8. In Trask we learn that negative numbers did not correspond to the photo numbers. First exposure...negative 2 (vertical shot motorcade on Main) Second exposure...negative 3 (horizontal shot motorcade on Main) Third exposure...negative 4 (limo turning from Main to Houston) Fourth exposure...negative 5 (limo half way down Houston, from rear) Fifth exposure...negative 6 (limo coming down Elm, JFK hit) Sixth exposure...negative 7 (limo heading to underpass, Hill on trunk) Seventh final exposure...negative 8 (pedestal, man in hat, Hesters) (the above led to some researchers confusing the Altgen numbers) Altgens, an experienced newsman, lingered in the plaza for several minutes. WHY did he not take a few more exposures? He is seen in about half a dozen other photos, but is not taking any exposures. Altgens 8 is provably taken from the middle of Elm, farther west than 6 and 7. He took NO additional photos after he crossed to the knoll though he was there several minutes, and his camera was loaded. Jack Edited January 3, 2006 by Jack White Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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