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CE-133A the smoking gun?
« on: March 04, 2019, 02:59:08 AM »
Roscoe White and the DPD were behind the BYPs and Roscoe was no stranger to darkroom shenanigans. The BYPs were part of Oswald's sheep-dipping and the DPD's aim was to leak a photo showing Oswald with the alleged murder weapons and commie lit. The reason the scope was left on the rifle was to match the BYPs, otherwise, it was more than useless to an assassin.  Also note that only CE 133A was good enough quality to read the font on the commie lit.

The DPD have so many incriminating connections to the BYPs it's just more Keystone Cops from them.  From their backyard "re-enactments" to their darkroom cutouts from a negative that appeared out of no where and was never admitted into evidence. This one stinks from the way the DPD collected the evidence to the eventual leaked photo CE 133A that landed on the front page of Life.

CE 133A is the smoking gun. Its quality does not match the other photos. It's too good and was NOT taken with CE 750, the Imperial Reflex 620 camera. CE 133A does not have the same lens distortion as the other photos, in particular the "spherical aberration" of CE 133A does not match the other photos.  Spherical aberration occurs outside the "sweet spot" of the lens where the image is in focus and there is minimal distortion. Good lenses have minimal spherical aberration and CE 133A was taken with a good lens. CE 133A was obviously the "money shot" and not taken with the Imperial Reflex camera. CE 133A was taken shortly before CE 133C but with a better quality camera, perhaps the Minox spy camera that was found among Oswald's possessions.

For example, the following blended GIF shows a comparison of CE 133A and C. I tried to match up the background as best I could but spherical aberration got in the way and stood out like a sore thumb. Note that the differences in distortion between these 2 photos were NOT caused by a simple tilt of the camera.



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Re: CE-133A the smoking gun?
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2019, 03:52:50 PM »
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Roscoe White and the DPD were behind the BYPs and Roscoe was no stranger to darkroom shenanigans. The BYPs were part of Oswald's sheep-dipping and the DPD's aim was to leak a photo showing Oswald with the alleged murder weapons and commie lit. The reason the scope was left on the rifle was to match the BYPs, otherwise, it was more than useless to an assassin.  Also note that only CE 133A was good enough quality to read the font on the commie lit.

The DPD have so many incriminating connections to the BYPs it's just more Keystone Cops from them.  From their backyard "re-enactments" to their darkroom cutouts from a negative that appeared out of no where and was never admitted into evidence. This one stinks from the way the DPD collected the evidence to the eventual leaked photo CE 133A that landed on the front page of Life.

CE 133A is the smoking gun. Its quality does not match the other photos. It's too good and was NOT taken with CE 750, the Imperial Reflex 620 camera. CE 133A does not have the same lens distortion as the other photos, in particular the "spherical aberration" of CE 133A does not match the other photos.  Spherical aberration occurs outside the "sweet spot" of the lens where the image is in focus and there is minimal distortion. Good lenses have minimal spherical aberration and CE 133A was taken with a good lens. CE 133A was obviously the "money shot" and not taken with the Imperial Reflex camera. CE 133A was taken shortly before CE 133C but with a better quality camera, perhaps the Minox spy camera that was found among Oswald's possessions.

For example, the following blended GIF shows a comparison of CE 133A and C. I tried to match up the background as best I could but spherical aberration got in the way and stood out like a sore thumb. Note that the differences in distortion between these 2 photos were NOT caused by a simple tilt of the camera.



the DPD's aim was to leak a photo showing Oswald with the alleged murder weapons and commie lit.

the DPD's conspirators aim was to leak a photo showing Oswald with the alleged murder weapons and commie lit.

I don't believe that the DPD were aware of the BY photo ( although some DPD officers may have known of the photo)

The reason the scope was left on the rifle was to match the BYPs, otherwise, it was more than useless to an assassin.

The Carcano was never fired that day....It was already planted by hiding it beneath the boxes of books at the time the shots were fired.

Thank you for posting the morphing image....Please notice the triangular rifle butt sticking out to the left of LHO's left leg....  That is exacly how that black triangle came to be on the picket fence in CE 133B......  Lee had used the background for a photo similar to CE 133A and to make the rifle more visible he had extended the butt out beyond the left leg by adding a black triangle to the photo.   Apparently he didn't like that photo and destroyed it ....but when he created CE 133B, he forgot that he had extended the rifle butt by adding the black triangle and he forgot to remove it from the background photo before creating CE133A....




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