JFK Assassination Photographer's First Interview Today, After 48 Years of Silence

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    Regardless of what she will say, this detail from the article struck me as sinister:

    "In conjunction with the interview, an online drawing will be held featuring authentic vintage cameras used during the Kennedy era. The prizes include a Polaroid Highlander 80A, similar to the camera Ms. Moorman used to shoot her famous photos; a Bell & Howell Zoomatic 8 mm movie camera, similar to the camera Zapruder held when shooting his moving pictures of the assassination, and the Minox Type III “Spy Camera,” like the one found among Lee Harvey Oswald’s possessions. Interested participants can enter the drawing at [....]."

    Hey kids, shoot your own assassination movie!
     
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    Ghoulish and inconsequential.
     
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    I like the thumb print on one of the pictures.

    Jeff
     
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    There has been much debate about where she stood when taking the photographs? Have the theorists ever heard of geometry?
     
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    To me, the weirdest thing in all of this is that she's holding this interview at the Brass Armadillo antique mall... I drive by that place every year I sojourn to the mountains to go skiing!