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Guest Eugene B. Connolly

Could someone, please, post a copy of the Stoughton photograph?

I have just read about this photo recently.

Is the attached image the photo in question?

EBC

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Is this the Stoughton photograph in question?

EBC

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The upper left photo is Stoughton, the lower right is Rickerby, if memory serves me correctly.

Frank,

You're absolutely correct. But is there another Stoughton photograph taken around the time of assassination?

I read about this in either Jim Marrs' book or Jim Garrison's. According to what I read

this photograph has never been analysed. I would like to

know what this photograph shows and why would it be worth analysing.

Anyone know?

EBC

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Is this the Stoughton photograph in question?

EBC

Eugene,

The upper left photo is Stoughton, the lower right is Rickerby, if memory serves me correctly.

Was Stoughton using a zoom lens then? The pictures appear to have been taken almost simultaneously. You would think Stoughton would be seen in the Rickerby photo.

Rex Bradford

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Is this the Stoughton photograph in question?

EBC

Eugene,

The upper left photo is Stoughton, the lower right is Rickerby, if memory serves me correctly.

Was Stoughton using a zoom lens then? The pictures appear to have been taken almost simultaneously. You would think Stoughton would be seen in the Rickerby photo.

Rex Bradford

I think both were shot at the same instant from the same car in the motorcade.

Stoughton used a long lens; Rickerby a wide lens.

Jack

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Robin,

Can you tell me anything of the Stoughton photo mentioned by either Garrison or Marrs

which was considered worth analysing but never has been?

EBC

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